Daisy’s dancing debut

Daisy the Panto Cow is put through her steps alongside Angus youngsters during auditions for Jack and the Beanstalk at the Webster Memorial theatre. Back ' Nicole Stoddart, Kezia Adam, Lucie Cheghall, Finlay Brooks and Leyla Carruthers. Front ' Shannon Mitchell, Mirren Duncan, Jessica Stuart and Madison Carnegie.

Daisy the Panto Cow is put through her steps alongside Angus youngsters during auditions for Jack and the Beanstalk at the Webster Memorial theatre. Back ' Nicole Stoddart, Kezia Adam, Lucie Cheghall, Finlay Brooks and Leyla Carruthers. Front ' Shannon Mitchell, Mirren Duncan, Jessica Stuart and Madison Carnegie.

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What’s that you say? A dancing cow? It can mean only one thing, the Webster Memorial Theatre panto is coming together!

On Monday evening Daisy the Panto Cow was put through her paces by the production team and was joined on stage by talented local youngsters hoping to make their own debut.

This year Angus Council is presenting children’s classic ‘Jack And The Beanstalk’, with this version being written and directed by award-winning playwright John Binnie, who directed the hit ‘Sleeping Beauty’ at the Webster in 2012.

Mixing a professional cast with the best of young Angus talent the company will bring to life the larger than life characters of ‘Jack And The Beanstalk’.

Keep an eye out for Daisy the Cow who has some spectacular dance routines choreographed by J.J. Christine of Mania Dance Studio in Arbroath.

Life is tough down on the farm for Dopey Jack and his celebrity-daft Mither. Unable to pay the rent they are forced to sell their beloved pet, Daisy the Cow.

But of course, Jack sells Daisy for a handful of magic beans and before you know it an enormous beanstalk has sprouted at the bottom of his garden leading up to the land of the giants and their untold treasures.

Plenty of laughs, audience participation, some beautiful singing and eye-catching designs this show has it all - action, adventure and romance for all the family.

‘Jack And The Beanstalk’ runs December 3 to 24, at the Webster Memorial Theatre. Tickets are available now from the box office on 01241 435800.