Kilmington Players to perform Aladdin in village

PUBLISHED: 17:00 12 February 2018


Pnato fun lined up for Kilmington as Aladdin takes to the stage.

Kilmington Players are performing their annual pantomime in Kilmington Village Hall this week, opening tonight (Wednesday).

The plot follows the traditional story, with Aladdin having ideas of becoming very wealthy.

He can’t resist peeking at the Royal Princess, even though he knows the punishment and those Chinese Constables are hot on his heels.

Twankey and Wishee are up to their ears in suds whilst Suki is trying her best to keep Princess Jasmine on the right track.

Meanwhile, the Emperor and Empress have no idea what’s going on!

Evil Abanazer is determined to get the magic lamp from Aladdin and the Genie and Spirit of the Ring are ready to appear at any moment to help Aladdin.

A spokesman said: “Come along and enjoy the show, there will be plenty of opportunities to Boo and Hiss!”

Tickets are available from Miller’s Farm Shop, Kilmington, at a cost of 37 for adults and £4 for children (16 and under).

The show runs until from Wednesday, February 14 to Saturday, February 17, starting at 7.30pm each evening.

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