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Panto's over 'til 2017

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As the curtains close on this year's Panto, over 600 visitors remember fondly the costumes, the singing and dancing, the jokes and wonder just how did the roses disappear?.

One email we have received at the website says it all really...
"Just returned from a wonderful afternoon at The Barbour enjoying Beauty and the Beast. TADs put on a marvellous production — as ever — but it was great to see so much artistic talent on show. Five well attended performances means the annual panto really is a community event. And such a wonderful age range amongst those involved, both on-stage and behind the scenes. To think that TADs have been doing this for 20 years since the revival of amateur dramatics in the village. Brilliant and well done to all involved."

TADs look forward to continuing the celebrations of the 20 year anniversary — this summer the Society will be presenting performances looking back over the last 20 years of TADs productions. Watch out for more details at tattenhall.org

Click here to see some photos of the teamwork that brought Beauty and the Beast to Tattenhall!

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