Spin Me a Tale

Pymble Players Pantomime

‘Spin Me a Tale’, the latest production by the Pymble Players is sure to bring some merriment to young and old over the upcoming weeks before Christmas.

‘Spin Me a Tale’ amalgamates a merry mix of Christmas cheer, the joy of fairy tales and audience-interactive song and dance sure to bring a smile to kids faces over the next two weekends.

Directed by Jan McLachlan, this production successfully provides an energetic and stimulating performance for kids to come along and get involved with.

Fairy tales are all that can save the princess as she is magically whisked between many old tales including Sleeping Beauty, The Three Bears, Hansel and Gretel and Taper Tom (The Princess Who Never Laughed).

Three magical fairies have the power to ‘prepare the page’ for the looming scene. As the Princess comes into danger from the wicked Eve Hill, these loyal protectors save her again and again by sending her into a new story.

The fairies would be nothing however without the support of the audience, of course! The fairies get your kids involved by getting them up to sing and dance and thereby create the next story for her to find refuge within.

Tale follows tale as we track the princess’ journey to her castle where, once she returns, order will be restored.

The show openson Friday the 12th at 7:30PM with shows on Saturday the 13th at 11AM, 1:30PM and 4PM and are repeated the following weekend (19th and 20th).

The cast is a mix of familiar faces and some new, young and fresh ones that bring delight nightlong through their humour, enthusiasm and spark.

Tickets are $10.50 for adults and only $5.50 for children.

So if gingerbread men, fairy tales and even a surprise appearance from Elvis himself sound like a night your children will enjoy, then get down to the corner of Bromley Avenue and Mona Vale Road for a wonderful evening.

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