Taking to the high seas in Kilmington

PUBLISHED: 11:02 17 February 2010 | UPDATED: 00:56 16 June 2010

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KILMINGTON Players are taking to the high seas in Robinson Crusoe and the Pirates, their annual village pantomime. This year s production follows the antics of Ma Crusoe and her family in pursuit of treasure – with familiar faces and a large number of enthusiastic children

KILMINGTON Players are taking to the high seas in Robinson Crusoe and the Pirates, their annual village pantomime.

This year's production follows the antics of Ma Crusoe and her family in pursuit of treasure - with familiar faces and a large number of enthusiastic children.

Member Louise Quincey said: "It's been brilliant fun rehearsing. The cast are great and I hope everybody enjoys it as much as we have enjoyed doing it."

The show will run from today (Wednesday, February 17) to Saturday, February 20, at Kilmington Village Hall.

The shows start at 7.30pm and tickets are £5 for adults, £2.50 for children, and are available from Hurfords Stores.

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