It’s panto fun galore with Puss in Boots

Britain's Got talent star Edward Reid makes his first appearance as Dame Doris Dimple at the announcement of this years panto, Puss in Boots at the Webster Theatre, Arbroath which will run from 9th December running until the 28th December.'Musicality winner Donna Hazelton plays the Wicked Witch Wysteria, Graeme Waggott is King Juan and River City's Pamela Byrne plays the part of Princess Heather with Gordon Brandie as Donald the Daftie''Pic shows Edward Reid(top), Graeme Waggott (centre) and Gordon Brandie''....Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures

Britain's Got talent star Edward Reid makes his first appearance as Dame Doris Dimple at the announcement of this years panto, Puss in Boots at the Webster Theatre, Arbroath which will run from 9th December running until the 28th December.'Musicality winner Donna Hazelton plays the Wicked Witch Wysteria, Graeme Waggott is King Juan and River City's Pamela Byrne plays the part of Princess Heather with Gordon Brandie as Donald the Daftie''Pic shows Edward Reid(top), Graeme Waggott (centre) and Gordon Brandie''....Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures

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The 2011 pantomime at the Webster Memorial Theatre, Arbroath is Puss in Boots which runs from Friday, December 9 to Wednesday, December 28.

Puss in Boots promises to be the highlight of the year and will definitely appeal to the whole family. The show will be presented/produced by Bruce James Productions in association with Angus Council. Puss in Boots will be directed by Bruce James and written by Philip Meeks, who wrote and directed last year’s smash hit, ‘Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs’.

The pantomime stars Edward Reid (from ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent) as Dame Doris Dimple; Pamela Byrne (from BBC Scotland’s River City) as Princess Heather; Donna Hazelton (Winner of Channel 4’s Musicality), back by public demand, as the Wicked Witch Wysteria; Graeme Waggott from Radio Tay’s AM Morning Show, ‘Wake Up With Waggy’ as King Juan; Gordon Brandie as Donald the Daftie and Gary Lamont (from BBC Scotland’s River City) as Handsome Hamish.

There will be some fantastic singing and dancing and a large dose of comedy, sparkle, and magic thrown in for good measure!

James Millar, Convener of Neighbourhood Services for Angus Council said: “I’m pleased to welcome back Bruce James Productions to the Webster Memorial Theatre. Once again this is an opportunity for the people of Angus to experience a quality professional pantomime on their doorstep.”

Tickets are already on sale and going fast. Book now to avoid disappointment by contacting the Webster Memorial Theatre Box Office on Tel: 01241 435800.