Lively Atmosphere puts on Aladdin
THE well-loved story of Aladdin will be told in a pantomime to be held in Nailsea this month.
Lively Atmosphere, a group for people with disabilities that meets regularly in Clevedon, will put on the show at Scotch Horn Leisure Centre in Brockway.
The group, which is for people aged 18 and above, will also be joined by pupils from Ravenswood School who will perform during the show.
The show is written and directed by Rosemary Geogheghan and Steve Jeffery, who work for the Brandon Trust, and members of Nailsea Musicals have helped with the stage, lighting and sound.
Brandon Trust is a charity to support and help people to live their lives the way they want and has fully endorsed the work of the Lively Atmosphere Group.
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Aladdin will be shown in the evenings at 7.30pm on October 27-28 and there will be an afternoon matinee on October 29.
For tickets, priced �5-8, call Nicki Jeffrey on 01275 342069.
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