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Video: Music Makers in Barham and Claydon prepare to stage Jack and the Beanstalk

17:23 14 January 2013

Pantomime cow

Pantomime cow

AMATEUR dramatics group the Bar-Clay Music Makers are in final rehearsals ready for the unveiling of their fun-filed pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk.

Suitable for all the family, the show has all the elements of a traditional pantomime including a dancing cow, a hero, one or two villains and a small sprinkling of magic.

The music makers will be staging their production at Claydon and Barham Village Hall on Friday and Saturday, and again the following weekend.

Shows at 7.30pm and matinees at 2.30pm on the Saturdays.

Tickets are only £3 per child or £6 per adult and can be purchased via email webbfamily1@googlemail.com or by calling Gillian on 01473 830538.

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