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The venue is booked ...

The royalties have been paid ...

The rehearsal times have been scheduled ...

The technical crew members have designed their sets ...

Now all we need are actors ... Oh yes we do ....!

But don't "look behind you", dear people of Haddenham — it's you we need!

Director Linda Axford needs actors of all ages (including children) to cast in a wide range of roles for the Snow White pantomime being performed in February.

And if she can't find enough local thespians, there's a risk that the normally placid, friendly and delightful Linda will turn into an evil queen herself ....Boo! ...Hiss!

If you're up for a bit of fun, and fancy the chance to tread the boards — even if you're not the fairest in the land — get in touch with Linda as soon as possible: Telephone 01844 291645.

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