Halesworth & Southwold Community News May 2019 11 If you go down to the
woods today, you’re sure of a big surprise!
LEISTON Film Theatre will be filled with innuendo and rude jokes this September, when Wayne Burns and his cast of mischief makers return to the stage with another Pantomime, especially for grown-up’s. The
pantomime Riding written
18’s adult Hood’, has and produced
entitled ‘Rude been by
Leiston Film Theatre manager Wayne Burns, under his ‘Team B Productions’ title and is the second show of its type to appear at the venue. In their saucy version of the classic tale, a sultry Red Riding Hood ventures into the woods to visit her frustrated Grandma, only to encounter the randy wolf, who will do anything to get his hairy hands on her Bakewell slice! What follows is a bizarre twist on a familiar story, where a foul- mouthed dame, a wayward woodsman and even a feisty fairy
all contribute cast, all of are experienced
creating chaos in Pantoland! The
performers and who have volunteered their time to join Wayne on stage to
chuckle or two, are looking forward to returning to the stage and entertaining the crowds.
“This show is totally to Throbbin Hood.
It’s like taking your traditional Pantomime
and turning it
upside down. I know that we’re going to have another blast bringing this risqué romp to the stage and we have one or two surprises in store along the way. We’re absolutely
thrilled that so many tickets have already been sold and it won’t be long until the ‘Sold out’ signs will have to come out,” said Wayne. Team B is a community
theatre group, formed in 2016 and comprising of experienced am-dram performers whose debut
production of ‘Throbbin Hood’ was presented at Leiston’s Film Theatre in 2017 and at the 900 seat Spa Pavilion Theatre, Felixstowe in 2018. Team B will be bringing their debut
family ‘Goldilocks and the
Bears’, to the Leiston Film Theatre
in January 2020,
with over 600 tickets already sold and available from the box office on 01728 830549 or via the website at: www. leistonfilmtheatre.co.uk
In addition, a special one-off screening of the Felixstowe performance
Hood’ will be presented Leiston
of ‘Throbbin at
Sunday 13th October, with all profits being donated to local causes.
‘Rude Riding Hood’ appears
live at Leiston Film Theatre on Thursday 26th, Friday 27th and Saturday 28th September at 7.30pm. Tickets are priced £14.95 and are now available from the Leiston Film Theatre box office on 01728 830549 or online at: www. leistonfilmtheatre.co.uk
You can also find and
follow Team B Productions on Facebook, for their very latest updates and access behind the scenes!
The Happiest day of the Year!
WHERE would you find a fifteen-foot caterpillar, a wicker horse, a belly dancer, a dragon, Victorian gentlefolk and a ukulele busk? The answer of course is the fifth Halesworth day of Dance! Saturday morning, 30th March, Halesworth awoke slowly.
The usually busy
Thoroughfare was spookily quiet, with just a handful of people enjoying breakfast in the glorious spring sunshine, Suddenly, at 11am the town burst into life with over 500 colourfully dressed Morris dancers in the market square celebrating 14 years since the birth of hosts, Oxblood Molly. The massed dance filtered out into a procession which went behind the town, dancing through the narrow winding rectory lane.
sound of clogs crossing the little wooden bridge funnel up the passage enhancing the air of excitement. Bursting into the sunlight at the other end, an exciting guard of
hour in which every dancer and musician had the most amazing photo opportunity. Eleven minutes to pass, displaying
the of biggest
smile for miles. This year’s day
dancers from as far afield as Knaresborough, with the wonderful Hornbeam Molly Dancers, and as well as Morris dancers there was an Egyptian dancer, some Breton and country dancing,
a ukulele busk led by Blue Lunar and some pretty amazing buskers in town. What was originally intended as a one-off celebration, back in 2015 has now become an annual event, and Oxblood look forward to next years event on March 28th 2020.
Zoé-Anne Wadey Hornbeam Molly came all the way from Yorkshire – Photo by Graham Smith
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