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Desperately seeking... a Dame!

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Haddenham Players has not put on a panto for three years, and next year's production is in jeopardy!

All the parts are cast except the linchpin, the principal, the raison d'etre of panto — the Dame!

Where are all the men who don't mind dressing up as a fruity lady for a laugh?

Where are the rugby players, the recent university graduates, the teachers?

If you'd like to save the panto for the good of Haddenham-ites, please get in touch with the director, Kim Biddulph, Tel: 292805 or email: kimbiddulph@btinternet.com.

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