Honiton Community Theatre Company return to The Beehive following Snow White, last year’s sell-out pantomime success. This year, Cinderella is the sparkling pantomime for all the family.
Honiton Community Theatre Company return to The Beehive following ‘Aladdin’ last year’s sell-out pantomime success. This year, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is the fairest panto in all the land.
Honiton Community Theatre Company returns to The Beehive following ‘Peter Pan’, last year’s sell-out Pantomime success. ’Aladdin’ is headed up by the same stellar creative team and promises to be a show that will answer all your wishes.
One evening when Peter Pan flies into the Darling Childrens’ nursery, they could never guess that he would whisk them away by fairy dust to Neverland where adventures and grave danger await. In this swashbuckling family pantomime adventure there’s pirates, Indians, mermaids and more as we journey through Neverland and past the second star on the right.
The Honiton Pantomime Society’s 31st production took place at a new venue for the first time ever this year in a landmark year for the society. Started by the (then mayor) Pat Allen in 1985, the society has performed for 30 years at Honiton Community College and recently won an award for their stage decor having been nominated for three NODA awards for last year’s Pantomime ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’.
Honiton Pantomime Society’s 30th Anniversary production was the first directed by the society’s youngest ever director Alex Jackson. After performing ‘Ali Baba and the Forty Theives’ and ‘Babes in the Wood’ the Honiton Pantomime Society decided to return to one of the most famous and traditional Pantomimes ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’.
Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves was a hilarious show featuring pop hits like ‘Gangnam Style’, ‘All night long’ and musical classics like ‘Memory’, ‘Money’ and ‘We Go Together’.
In 2012 Honiton Pantomime Society is performing the Panto of Babes in the Wood, written by Stephen Duckham. Set in the reign of the usurper King John, while the true King, Richard, is fighting the Crusades, the action takes place in the town of Nottingham and Sherwood Forest.
At Honiton Pantomime Society we like to try scripts which offer a wide variety of stories and comedy and King Arthur is just that. This hilarious rendition of the classic Medieval tale takes us back to the times of the Knights of the Round Table fighting dragons, jousting and Queen Guinevere.