Watch Mother Goose as hilarious pantomime opens tonight

PUBLISHED: 14:00 24 January 2019

Mother Goose - Steve Price gets a suprize from Lucy Goose - Rebecca Starr watched by the evil Mephisto - Richard Dawson and, Nifty and Shifty played by Sarah Cochran-Meredith and Sarah Starr.    

Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Mother Goose - Steve Price gets a suprize from Lucy Goose - Rebecca Starr watched by the evil Mephisto - Richard Dawson and, Nifty and Shifty played by Sarah Cochran-Meredith and Sarah Starr. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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The tale of some golden eggs will have audiences falling over themselves laughing this week.

Mother Goose - Steve Price gets a suprize from Lucy Goose - Rebecca Starr watched by the evil Mephisto - Richard Dawson and, Nifty and Shifty played by Sarah Cochran-Meredith and Sarah Starr.    

Picture: MARK ATHERTONMother Goose - Steve Price gets a suprize from Lucy Goose - Rebecca Starr watched by the evil Mephisto - Richard Dawson and, Nifty and Shifty played by Sarah Cochran-Meredith and Sarah Starr. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

The Clevedon Comedy Theatre Club present Mother Goose at the town’s Princes Hall, in Princes Road.

A challenge between the Demon King Mephisto and Fairy Goosedown embroils Dame Mother Goose and her family in a tale of eggs and the search for true beauty.

A host of larger-than-life characters and the club’s usual mix of silliness, songs and slapstick comedy will guarantee audiences a good time.

The amateur dramatics society has been performing pantomimes in Clevedon for more than 40 years after being established in 1970 by six locals.

Mother Goose - Steve Price gets a suprize from Lucy Goose - Rebecca Starr watched by the evil Mephisto - Richard Dawson and, Nifty and Shifty played by Sarah Cochran-Meredith and Sarah Starr.    

Picture: MARK ATHERTONMother Goose - Steve Price gets a suprize from Lucy Goose - Rebecca Starr watched by the evil Mephisto - Richard Dawson and, Nifty and Shifty played by Sarah Cochran-Meredith and Sarah Starr. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Mother Goose will be at the hall from today (Thursday) to Saturday at 7.30pm each night – the doors will open from 7pm.

Tickets, priced £8-10, are available from Souk, in The Triangle, or at www.ticketsource.co.uk/CCTC


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