Sports club’s panto draws young and old

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - OPINION - by Jenny Round

YOUNG and old came to­gether in Mer­sham vil­lage hall to per­form Cin­derella. About 30 peo­ple took part in the two per­for­mances on Satur­day. Mem­bers of Mer­sham Sports Club put on a pan­tomime ev­ery other year and pre­vi­ous shows have in­cluded The Wizard of Oz and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. More than 300 peo­ple came to en­joy the sell-out show. Foot­ball club sec­re­tary and pan­tomime pro­ducer Fred Am­bler said: “Ev­ery­one in­volved put in a great deal of hard work, and the peo­ple were bril­liant. “It’s a great day out. The kids come – and the grand­par­ents.”


Ian Fagg (Dr Bill Bang), Deb­bie Daw­son (Cleaner Cleo) and Dick Fagg (Pro­fes­sor Sid Smoke)

Pic­tures: Martin Apps pd1167787

Phoebe Bal­four, Rita Bur­ton and Jackie Hodges (trees), Joanna Bur­ton (Gus) and Ian Bal­four (Jack)


Louise Har­man (Step­mother), Sue Colthup (Cin­derella), Richard Baker (Anas­ta­sia) and Kevin Bur­ton (Drizela)


Back: Andrew Pear­son (But­tons), Carol East­wood (Fairy God­mother) and Will Colthup (King). Front: Sam Bur­ton (Prince Sam) and Matt Burchett (Grand Duke)

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