Beat the blues with Alice in Pantoland at Strule Arts Centre
2nd January 2020
What better way to beat the January blues, than spending a fun filled day or evening at Fermanagh and Omagh District Council’s community pantomime, Alice in Pantoland?
The Strule Arts Centre stage will come alive with lights, colour, action and comedy as its 4th annual panto will provide laughs and entertainment for the audience. Featuring a talented cast and crew made up of people from all over the district, ‘Alice in Pantoland’ will appeal to all ages. Expect many of your favourite panto characters – and some unexpected ones too! The all singing, all dancing cast, aged from six to sixty, are all set to entertain.
Rehearsals have been underway since September, under the direction of Stuart Gibson, musical director Orlagh Devine and choreographers, Joanne McCausland and Vicky O Neill.
Speaking about the pantomime, director Stuart Gibson said:
‘Next January, prepare to enter the mysterious world of Alice, who is lost in Pantoland. Expect the Strule Arts Centre auditorium to be transformed into a sensational mix of colour with the show providing laughs galore, memorable songs, fast paced dancing and the most flamboyant tea party you’ve ever seen.”
All schools booked and paid before Friday 20 December will be invited to take part in an art competition, with a prize of £150 towards art materials. There will also be spot prizes each night for a free pizza from 9th Avenue, Castle Street Omagh.
Performances start on Thursday 16 January. For more information and booking, go to https://www.struleartscentre.co.uk or call Box Office 028 8224 7831.