Partly Cloudy

Partly Cloudy

max temp: 10°C

min temp: 6°C

Search

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

PUBLISHED: 17:23 14 January 2013 | UPDATED: 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.

0 comments

Ipswich mayor Roger Fern has sent a message of support to his opposite number in London to express the council’s condolences after Wednesday’s terrorist attack in Westminster.

Sheltering in the Houses of Parliament, a Suffolk butcher has revealed how for the second time he found himself stuck in London as terrorists struck the capital city.

A Felixstowe pre-schoool is determind to prove it is a good school following criticisms by Ofsted inspectors.

James Cleverly paid an emotional tribute to his friend PC Keith Palmer who was killed in the grounds of Houses of Parliament and made a call for posthumous recognition.

A 27-year-old man has been given a 12-month conditional discharge after a late-night fracas at an Ipswich kebab shop.

Ipswich Witches open their 2017 speedway season on Saturday night.

A man in his 50s has been arrested after two men were spotted behaving suspiciously at Crown Pools, Ipswich, with the pool closed.

Pupils from Whitton Community Primary School have been out in Ipswich selling Indian recipe cards - with a packet of spices to add a kick to the dish.

Spectators of a sixth form production helped raise more than £200 to support Suffolk people suffering from AIDS and HIV.

There is a big change coming to one of the most used coins in Britain.

Most read

Most commented

HOT JOBS

Show Job Lists

Topic pages

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter
MyDate24 MyPhotos24