‘Frosted the Panto’ returns this weekend after warm reception
AFTER a magical opening weekend, Frosted the Pantomime returns to St Patrick’s school on the Vevay Road in Bray this coming Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Audiences enjoyed plenty of laughs last weekend, and went away from each show delighted with the production.
The Bray Musical Society show will be on at 8 p.m. on Friday; 2.30 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Saturday, and 2.30 p.m. on Sunday.
Tickets can be purchased at eventbrite.ie or contact braymusicalsoci[email protected] for group rates.
The story tells the tale of two princesses as one struggles to come to terms with the magical powers she has been given. Can they survive the snow storm? Will they ever find true love? Or will their kingdom be taken over by a wicked prince? The audience will discover how strong the bond between sisters can be and that they’ll stop at nothing to look after each other.
As well as the princesses Ella and Hannah, the show includes fairies, villagers, Dame Florrie, and even a journalist from the Bray People.
Cast members have been learning their lines, notes and steps for months and are now enjoying the fruits of their labours.
Bray Musical Society was founded over 60 years ago, and each year they put on a pantomime in December, and a show in April. They also take part in the AIMS choral festival in New Ross each May.
Their most recent spring shows have been Godspell and Suessical, with rehearsals for next year’s Sister Act to start in the coming weeks.
The fairies (Lucy McManus, Emma Flanagan and Maeve McMichael).
Prince Anders (Greg Egan) with Sinestra (Jackie Fisher).
Catherine Gregan as Frosty.
Lyndsay Tracey as Princess Ella.
Lasy Lyana of Lovelyville (Noemi Mackey).
Caoimhe Murphy as Princess Hannah in Bray Musical Society’s latest production, Frosted.
Jenny Sparkes as Scoop, a journalist from the Bray People.
Tina Megannety as Duke Weasley.
Pauline Gregan as one of the village people.