Oh Yes She Is!

Oh Yes She Is! Bethan Meredith is back on the boards for another Woolton Drama Group pantomime -Arabian Knights. After successfully conveying more emotion and character than was thought to be possible as a door-knocker in Mort, this time she is sharing her performance as Onion Bhaji who is a snivelling little creep to the Sultan. Though one of her performances clashes with our AGM (she got a note from the Sultan), tickets will be available on the door for the other at 14.30 on Saturday 23rd January at All Hallows Church Hall, Allerton. Tickets are £5 for adults or £4 for children. Click here for more details from the group's website.

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