Cast all set for frozen tale of Snow Queen in Great Barton

The panto season over - Oh no it isn't: The Snow Queen staged by the Barton Players is their annual

The panto season over - Oh no it isn't: The Snow Queen staged by the Barton Players is their annual pantomime at Great Barton Village Hall from today. - Credit: Archant

The tale of The Snow Queen, the fairytale inspiration for Disney’s hit movie Frozen, is coming to Great Barton for the annual pantomime.

Performed by the Barton Players, the cast of over 35 members will be on stage at Barton Village Hall today, Friday and twice on Saturday.

Featuring stars aged from 10 to 75, the vibrant and musical production will start at 7.30pm on all three days, with a matinee on Saturday.

The Hans Christian Andersen story will be directed by Caroline Ranson, with the evil Snow Queen, played by Lorna Podbury, casting a spell on Amanda Kingsnorth’s Kai, before whisking him away to her Ice Palace.

Katie Wright will play Gerda on her journey through Finland, Lapland and Switzerland, guided by Emily Eustace’s Snow Drop the Fairy and with the help of her friend Rufus, played by Ed Bacon.


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To book tickets call Betty Blades on 01359 231413 or on 01284 787485.

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