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Pantomime,when the miller dies his youngest son is disappointed to hear tht all he got is a cat. But he soon discovers that this is no ordinary cat but a cat who can talk and who makes up the most amazing stories and lies. Many, many years ago when cats were cats and mice lived in fear of their lives, there lived a particularly wonderful cat. A magical cat who wore magical boots and made magical things happen. There also lived a millerâs son who had nothing but his poor fatherâs mangy old moggie to keep him company. From a distance he admired the beautiful daughter of King Charles of England. From a distance he watched the wicked rule of the all-powerful Lord Protector. And he wished that he could do somethingâ¦and suddenly, as if by magic (feline magic perhaps), his wishes become true. Cheer for the wonderful Puss! Gasp at the dashing swordplay! Sigh at all-conquering love! Laugh at Nell Gwynnâs daft old mother! You are invited to the wonderful pantomime world of Roundheads and Cavaliers and an adventure story where all comes out happily in the end. Supported by media partners BBC Radio Suffolk and the Bury Free Press.Performers James Nickerson (Dame), Bradley Clarkson (Jack), Dennis Herdman (Hench), Helena Blackman (Puss), Abi Newberry (Princess Caroline), Mark Stratton (Cromwell/King Charles).
Corporate Sponsor Premier Printers. Corporate Sponsor Waitrose. Corporate Sponsor HRP. Producer Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds. Producer Sharron Stowe. Author Daniel O'Brien. Director Colin Blumenau. Design Will Hargreaves. Choreographer Lee Crowley. Costume Sarina Hosking (costume superviser).
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