Community Events

Feb
1
Wed
Village Panto – Robinson Crusoe
Feb 1 @ 7:30 pm
Village Panto - Robinson Crusoe

Welton Players – COP27 Pledge – we will play our part in saving the planet by recycling the script for the cancelled 2022 performances of Robinson Crusoe. Some of the 2022 are also being recycled, and as for the jokes – well it wouldn’t be Panto if we weren’t recycling jokes!

Victor Coupe, best remembered for his portrayal of a hairychested Bride of Frankenstein, is making his second attempt at his directorial debut; and, as has become tradition, the music will be directed by Martin Heath (yes, him off the radio).

As ever the production will star many of the familiar characters you would expect, along with some new and developing talent. We are recycling our pre-Covid ticket prices of £6 for adults and £3 for children under 12, to keep this important community event as affordable as possible.

Each performance will have a raffle, as well as light refreshments on sale in the interval – if you would have been happy to pay more for your ticket, you could buy lots of raffle tickets or even
donate a prize!

Performances will take place in the Village Hall.

Feb
2
Thu
Village Panto – Robinson Crusoe
Feb 2 @ 7:30 pm
Village Panto - Robinson Crusoe

Welton Players – COP27 Pledge – we will play our part in saving the planet by recycling the script for the cancelled 2022 performances of Robinson Crusoe. Some of the 2022 are also being recycled, and as for the jokes – well it wouldn’t be Panto if we weren’t recycling jokes!

Victor Coupe, best remembered for his portrayal of a hairychested Bride of Frankenstein, is making his second attempt at his directorial debut; and, as has become tradition, the music will be directed by Martin Heath (yes, him off the radio).

As ever the production will star many of the familiar characters you would expect, along with some new and developing talent. We are recycling our pre-Covid ticket prices of £6 for adults and £3 for children under 12, to keep this important community event as affordable as possible.

Each performance will have a raffle, as well as light refreshments on sale in the interval – if you would have been happy to pay more for your ticket, you could buy lots of raffle tickets or even
donate a prize!

Performances will take place in the Village Hall.

Feb
3
Fri
Community Bus
Feb 3 @ 11:00 am
Village Panto – Robinson Crusoe
Feb 3 @ 7:30 pm
Village Panto - Robinson Crusoe

Welton Players – COP27 Pledge – we will play our part in saving the planet by recycling the script for the cancelled 2022 performances of Robinson Crusoe. Some of the 2022 are also being recycled, and as for the jokes – well it wouldn’t be Panto if we weren’t recycling jokes!

Victor Coupe, best remembered for his portrayal of a hairychested Bride of Frankenstein, is making his second attempt at his directorial debut; and, as has become tradition, the music will be directed by Martin Heath (yes, him off the radio).

As ever the production will star many of the familiar characters you would expect, along with some new and developing talent. We are recycling our pre-Covid ticket prices of £6 for adults and £3 for children under 12, to keep this important community event as affordable as possible.

Each performance will have a raffle, as well as light refreshments on sale in the interval – if you would have been happy to pay more for your ticket, you could buy lots of raffle tickets or even
donate a prize!

Performances will take place in the Village Hall.

Feb
4
Sat
Village Panto – Robinson Crusoe
Feb 4 @ 2:00 pm
Village Panto - Robinson Crusoe

Welton Players – COP27 Pledge – we will play our part in saving the planet by recycling the script for the cancelled 2022 performances of Robinson Crusoe. Some of the 2022 are also being recycled, and as for the jokes – well it wouldn’t be Panto if we weren’t recycling jokes!

Victor Coupe, best remembered for his portrayal of a hairychested Bride of Frankenstein, is making his second attempt at his directorial debut; and, as has become tradition, the music will be directed by Martin Heath (yes, him off the radio).

As ever the production will star many of the familiar characters you would expect, along with some new and developing talent. We are recycling our pre-Covid ticket prices of £6 for adults and £3 for children under 12, to keep this important community event as affordable as possible.

Each performance will have a raffle, as well as light refreshments on sale in the interval – if you would have been happy to pay more for your ticket, you could buy lots of raffle tickets or even
donate a prize!

Performances will take place in the Village Hall.

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