Another year, another show, another success. It seems we say the same thing year after year, anyone would think we were resting on our laurels. But we are not, and that is why we can keep saying the same thing year in year out. It is another year on, and the the St Andrew’s Panto still keeps going strong. We sold 2068 tickets, and even though a few may not have turned up, the tickets were sold and they were paid for. That’s Continue reading →
By Jeremy Morton November 25, 2015 0 Comments Read More → Panto group reaches out to the hearing impaired As the panto season rapidly approaches, St Andrew’s Pantomime Group in Beeston have unveiled plans for their production of Sleeping Beauty and this year one of the performances will include a signer for people with impaired hearing. Simon Forster from the group explained: “In 2103 we were awarded the Duke of York’s Award for contribution to the Local Community in recognition of the work we have Continue reading →
6 weeks to show time …
Some pictures of the dress rehearsal. If you come to the show you can see what the heck is going on and try to spot the few subtle differences between these and the live experience.
Our stately King and Queen take a break from rehearsals to ponder how on an earth they can get through a scene without bursting into fits of laughter …
NURSE BY DAY OGRE BY NIGHT! By day Ian Noble dons his nurse’s scrubs and embarks on another day of caring for the sick and injured people of Leeds, however, for the next fortnight the Nurse by day will paint himself blue and become a terrible Ogre by night! The Pantomime at St Andrew’s is a long established tradition in South Leeds and this year Ian, 46, decided to challenge himself to write a brand new script for the Group. This he did in the Continue reading →
Georgina Noble, Ian Noble and Beth Forster will perform in St Andrew’s Pantomime Group’s 45th annual show. Picture by Jonathan Gawthorpe. by Jonathan Brown Published on the 26 December 2014 06:00 A hospital nurse with a passion for a different kind of theatre has penned an original script for a community pantomime group’s 45th annual showcase. Ian Noble, 46, from Beeston, will swap his nursing scrubs for an ogre costume when he takes to the stage at St Andrew’s Community Centre, in Old Lane, Continue reading →
The rehearsal before Christmas was the time when the cast and crew of Puss in Boots brought out their Christmas Jumpers!