The Amazing Panto
It's rare that an editorial opinion pops up on this website, however, having attended the first night of Drac and the Beanstalk, it is important to tell all who are about to go to the performances (and those who aren't) what a wonderful experience it is.
As 'veterans' of many pantos now, Mrs Shak and I thought that this years' version was the best yet. In particular, it was lovely to see so many skilled, hilarious and heart-warming performances,
Congratulations to Chelford Players for putting on such a wonderful show, many people have remarked that it's a massive achievement for such a small village and the shows deserve the large, enthusiastic attendance that they get.
If you're going to one of the performances, you're sure of an amazing experience. If you're not, start thinking about getting your tickets for next year now and look out for further productions through 2016.
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