Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Pantos Are Not Behind You - Yet

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Pantos Are Not Behind You - Yet

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CHRISTMAS may already seem like a long time ago, but you can still enjoy some pantomime fun - oh yes you can!

Local groups across Teesside are stepping out with productions.

Plus there's still time to catch the final performances in festive runs at some of the area's biggest theatres.

Here's your guide to the pick of the pantos: ? THERE'S still time to see of Acklam Community Theatrical Society's (ACTS) version of classic tale Beauty and the Beast. The show, at Middlesbrough's Trinity Methodist Church, runs until tomorrow.

ACTS has been producing pantos for the last 10 years.

Performances are at 7pm tonight and 2.30pm and 6.30pm tomorrow.

Tickets are PS6, concessions PS4, family ticket PS16, details on 01642 882673.

RUNNING until Sunday is Dar-lington Civic Theatre's production of Aladdin starring comedy legends The Chuckle Brothers. The hilarious show has been stepping into the spotlight since December 7.

Tickets PS16-PS23.50, details 01325 486555 or www.darlingtoncivic.co.uk ? THERE'S traditional fam-ily fun at Hutton Rudby Village Hall Choral and Dramatic Society's 68th panto - the Pantomime Adventures of Robin Hood. You can catch the show tonight and tomorrow at 7.30pm, plus there is a matinee tomorrow at 2pm.

Tickets are PS6, details on 01642 700928.

THE North Ormesby Min-strels will be stepping out with their production - Sinbad The Sailor, The Pantomime - from tomorrow.

The production, at the Trinity Centre, North Ormesby, runs until Saturday, January 18.

There are evening performances at 7.15pm - apart from tomorrow.

There are also matinees at 2.15pm tomorrow and at noon on Saturday, January 18.

Tickets PS8, concessions PS6, family ticket PS25, details on 01642 272241 or www.northormesbyminstrels.co.uk ? THE Saltburn '53 Drama Group take to the stage next week with their production of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. The show, at Saltburn Community Theatre, runs from Thursday, January 16-Saturday, January 18 and again from Thursday, January 23-Saturday, January 25.

The show features a cast of colourful characters plus Kamil, a pantomime camel played by Samantha Lightwing and Becky Tranter, both 15. …

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