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4 Hunstanton Town & Around May 2015                                         Tel: 01485 533422 email: editor@townandaround.net
       FIRST WORD                                          Panto is back at the Princess

       Welcome to the May edition of Town and Around.
        Once again these pages are full of local news, views and events. In
       fact there are so many events that I’ve had to move the listing to the
       centre pages. I’m sure you’ll agree that there is certainly no reason to
       be bored this month.
        Blossom Day at the Community Orchard on 2nd May gives residents
       the opportunity to discover 101 different fruit trees and learn about the
       wildlife in this wonderful space. Once again music will be provided
       by the fantastic Hunstanton Concert Band and there will also be a
       variety of entertainment including dancing, Punch and Judy, Rig-A-
       Jig-Jig and more together with stalls and refreshments. An event not
       to be missed. (See page 31)
        My thanks as always to all our advertisers, our delivery team and
       everyone who has contributed articles and items for inclusion. And if
       you would like to have something in the June edition, please note the
       copy date of 12th May.
        With best wishes for the month ahead
         Elaine
       Elaine Bird, Editor, Hunstanton Town and Around
       Homer House, 21 Austin St, Hunstanton PE36 6AN
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                                                           Brian Hallard took to the stage on Thursday 9th April to announce the
                                                           return of a professional Pantomime to the Princess Theatre this Christmas.
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                                                             He said: “The Panto is back in its true home, The Princess Theatre, this
                MAY 3rd, 4th, 17th and 31st                Christmas with the first production being Aladdin. With the Panto back
                                                           home  where  it  belongs,  the  Princess  can  become  the  centre  of  the
                   COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING RATES & SIZES    community as it used to be. I would like to thank the amateur group for
       1/8 page: 88mm wide x 60mm high OR 180mm wide x 29mm high £31.60 per issue  keeping the Panto alive in the Town Hall and invite them to join the
       or £158 for 6 months (£26.33) pro rata              Princess to make the circle complete.”
       ¼ page 88mm wide x 122 high (portrait) OR 180mm wide x 60mm high (landscape)  Introducing the cast of the show, Producer Tony Peers said he was
       £49.60 per issue or £248 for six months (£41.33 pro rata)  thrilled to be part of a tradition that has such an amazing history and he
       ½ page180 mm wide x 122mm high (landscape) OR 88mm wide x 246mm high  was looking forward to involving the local community in the production.
       (portrait) £97.60 per issue or £488 for six months (£81.33 pro rata)  He said: “We have two locals starring in the show; Roger Dean as Widow
       Full page 180mm wide x 246mm high £176.80 per issue or £884 for six months  Twankey  and  Lucy  Rollason  as  Princess  Jasmine,  with  the  multi
       (£147.33 pro rata)                                  instrumentalist Andy Eastwood as Wishee Washee.
       Advertising copy is needed by 12th of the month preceding publication. The copy date  Well known as ‘The Man in Black’ in his Johnny Cash tribute show,
       for items for inclusion is also 12th.               Roger Dean has taken on the role of Dame many times and he said: “It’s
       No part of the magazine may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted  joy to be cast as Dame Widow Twankey. The Princess is one of my
       in any other form, or by any other means without written prior permission.   favourite theatres and it is great to have the panto back here.”
       Copyright  ©  2015  All  Rights  Reserved.  This  magazine  reflects  the  views  of  its  The team of very excited boys and girls from the Rollason Stage School
       contributors; not necessarily those of its editor or advertisers.  who will be performing in the panto joined members of the cast for a
                                                           photocall at the launch and they are on the front cover.
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