‘Puss in Boots’ needs you!

Arbroaths Pantomime for 2011 is Puss in Boots. Some of the cast costumed up in the theatre on Thursday for a photocall. They are, wearing the crown is King Juan played by Graeme Waggot from Radio Tay AM, large as life Dame Doris Dimple played by Britain's Got Talent Edward Reid and on the floor Donald the Daftie played by Gordon Brandie.
Arbroaths Pantomime for 2011 is Puss in Boots. Some of the cast costumed up in the theatre on Thursday for a photocall. They are, wearing the crown is King Juan played by Graeme Waggot from Radio Tay AM, large as life Dame Doris Dimple played by Britain's Got Talent Edward Reid and on the floor Donald the Daftie played by Gordon Brandie.

PANTOMIME season is drawing nearer and the Webster Memorial Theatre in Arbroath is looking for young dancers to take part.

This year’s Christmas production will be Puss in Boots, and features Britain’s Got Talent’s Edward Reid, River City’s Pamela Byrne, Musicality winner Donna Hazelton and Radio Tay presenter Graeme Waggott.

Bruce James Productions which last year produced the successful ‘Snow White and the seven dwarves’ will again be producing what promises to be the spectacle of the year.

The producers are looking for two levels of dancers to split into a further two groups, juvenile and intermediate.

Entrants for the juvenile group must be proficient at modern dance or ballet to at least level three, while intermediates are expected to be at level five or above.

Auditions will take place on Sunday (October 16) from 11 a.m. for the juveniles and 12 noon for the intermediates.

Applicants are asked to appear promptly and with the appropriate clothing and footwear, also, parents are not allowed into the theatre during the auditions, but are welcome to wait in the foyer.

The show will run for 31 performances, and dancers must be available between November 28 and December 28 and have the permission of their parents prior to making the commitment.

Tickets are currently on sale from the Webster Memorial Theatre Box Office on 01241 435800.