The cat's whiskers

PUBLISHED: 16:27 11 December 2006 | UPDATED: 21:27 29 May 2010

Puss in Boots Louise Cohen, right, with Ogre Rob Beard - Pic: Sarah Lucy Brown

Puss in Boots Louise Cohen, right, with Ogre Rob Beard - Pic: Sarah Lucy Brown

CHILDREN S favourite Puss In Boots is being performed by Dunmow Pantomime Group in the New Year. The fun-filled show will be put on in the Foakes Hall, Dunmow, when a cast of 40 brightly-clothed actors will bring the fairytale to life. The Dunmow Pantomim

CHILDREN'S favourite Puss In Boots is being performed by Dunmow Pantomime Group in the New Year.

The fun-filled show will be put on in the Foakes Hall, Dunmow, when a cast of 40 brightly-clothed actors will bring the fairytale to life.

The Dunmow Pantomime Group have been treating the town's residents to pantomimes for 60 years, and this year's show promises to be a spectacularly entertaining evening for the whole family.

The pantomime's director, Belinda Saville, said that a lot of hard work had gone into the show's preparation.

She said: "It has been hard work, but hugely enjoyable. "There's a huge amount of effort that goes in behind the scenes too, with spectacular sets and colourful costumes.

"Although we only produce one show a year, preparations begin immediately after the show, so we're always working on something."

Tickets cost between £3.50 and £7.50 and can be bought from Starr Lite in Market Place, Dunmow, or by calling 01371 810814. Performances are at 5pm on January 1, 7.30pm on January 2, 3, 4 and 5, and at 2pm and 7.30pm on January 6.

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