Jack and the Beanstalk, Telegraph Hill

Sanjit writes: Panto season is upon us once again. This year, quite unwittingly, we seem to have chosen the same Panto as the Catford Theatre, Jack & The Beanstalk. Of course our Panto will be lots more fun, with frolics and glitter aplenty.

As see on the the New Cross forum.

5 comments:

Mr Breakspears said...

Brockley Jack, I presume? Brockley Jack and The Beanstalk and The Giant and The Golden Goose and The Cow and all that.

Tamsin said...

Nah, Telegraph Hill Jack...

Cut and pasted from another notice as it is not terribly clear on the poster and to give you the link to buy tickets...

Jack & The Beanstalk will play at Telegraph Hill Centre from 6-8th January 2012.

Thrill to the gripping story of a community fighting back against cuts to the community centre's budget. Kindly Dame Trott and her trusty Jack are aided by pretty Penny, Dozy Den, Dame Dollie and Daisy the faithful cow in a brave fight against Giant Pickles' axing of the community budget.

Will Jack fall foul of the Giant and Wicked Witch? Will Prunella Profitt and Cllr Ferret's meddling scupper efforts to save the centre? Will Jack succeed in rescuing the Centre? Will Penny get her Jack? Will the Good Fairy of Telegraph Hill's spells work against the onslaught of wickedness? Come and see the show to find out!

Book your tickets now here
Full price tickets £12; Concessions £6
There will be a bar at Hill Station on Friday and Saturday evening open for drinks before the show and during the interval. The show will be performed in the Narthex, Telegraph Hill Centre.

Performance Dates:
Friday 6th January (doors open at 7pm)
Saturday 7th January - Matinee (doors open 2pm) & Evening Show (doors open at 7pm)
Sunday 8th January - Matinee (doors open at 2pm)

Anonymous said...

What sort of bean is it?

Is it organic?

Anonymous said...

Doesn't sound that good...

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous (above) - Just to clear up any misunderstandings, the Panto (Jack & the Beanstalk) is a community production and will raise funds for Telegraph Hill Centre and Bold Vision. It is a fun and entertaining show perfect for all ages.

Telegraph Hill Centre operates an open door policy regardless of whether you live in Brockley, Nunhead of New Cross. That the local community are doing this off their own bats is to be lauded.

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