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Panto Time – Jack & The Beanstalk

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Panto Time – Jack & The Beanstalk Posted on January 2, 2013
Aussie blow-in Heidi moved to Kilcock about 10 years or more ago and started OurKilcock.ie soon after. She's been maintaining it rather sporadically since - with the help of some lovely writers now and again. She makes websites for a living.

The eagerly awaited Kilcock Musical & Dramatic Society annual pantomime will be staged from 9th to 13th January, in St. Josephs Hall, Kilcock. This year’s production is Jack & The Beanstalk written by Leixlip native, Karl Harpur.

The production runs nightly at 8pm with Matinee performances on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th at 3pm (please note that there will be no Sunday night performance).

Our production team, who are all members of the society, are:

  • Director: Lorraine Murphy
  • Musical Director: Linda Tapley
  • Choreographer: Maria Fowler

Our Cast are:

  • Jack: Eamonn Nolan
  • Jill: Pamela Killick
  • Anto: Mark Nolan
  • Deco: Gary O’Shaughnessy
  • Lola: Andrew Docherty
  • Lord Flatulant: Elliot Fowler
  • Unbelievable Man: Kenny Cribbin
  • Max: Aaron Stone
  • Giant: Mick Amoruso
  • Fairy Ditzy: Bronagh Fitzgerald
  • Daisy The Cow: Tim Cogavin
  • Chicken: Alannah Keane

The annual Panto is always a very popular event in the KMDS calendar. Don’t be disappointed, get your tickets today!

Tickets

Local outlets: The Chocolate Box, Books & Gifts, Harbour Pharmacy.
Booking office: 087 2475376 or kilcockms.tickets@gmail.com
Adults: €12; Children: €10; Family: €40. Group rates also available.

Kilcock Musical Society: http://www.kilcockms.com

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Aussie blow-in Heidi moved to Kilcock about 10 years or more ago and started OurKilcock.ie soon after. She's been maintaining it rather sporadically since - with the help of some lovely writers now and again. She makes websites for a living.