It’s Panto Time…Oh no it’s not…Oh yes it most certainly is!!!

Things are certainly afoot down at the Church Rooms at St Luke’s. Grayshott Panto are rehearsing hard for this years’ panto. Once again brilliantly written by Diana Lovelock and directed by Jo Edser, Snow White arrives at the Village Hall on the 11th & 12th March.

snowwhiteGrayshott Panto once again tell the traditional tale in a way only they know how, using the original script by Diana. A fun filled performance of great songs both old and new coupled with the usual ‘community song’ for everyone to join in with.

Grayshott Panto is a unique group. It is a local show performed by local people. You will see some very familiar local faces appear on stage in various guises. Our very own Rev Moray Thomas, this year joined by his new colleague Rev Jeremy Haswell is found treading the boards, local business people, leaders of local groups, members of the local youth groups, pupils and ex pupils of Grayshott Primary school along with local people from the village and very local areas. We pride ourselves on being an inclusive group, by the community for the community. Nobody is ever turned away, there is always something for everyone.


Snow White & The Prince played by Jessica Shaw & Thomas Edser

SO …………….do come along to enjoy the fun, refreshments are supplied by PK Preschool and there will also be a raffle at every show. Fun for everyone. This is the third year that ticket prices will have been held at £7 for adults and £4 for children. Performances are on Friday 11th March at 7.30pm and Saturday 12th March at 2.00pm and 5.30pm.

Tickets are available from Trusted PC Man, Warren Powell Richards both in Grayshott or from the Box Office on 01428 717784

A WORD TO THE WISE……….Tickets for the panto sell out incredibly quickly so get yours before they all go….you won’t regret it……….SEE YOU THERE.


The Magnificent Seven – Left to Right:Sheila Smillie, Diana Lovelock, Zoe Marshall, Hugo Millard, Tina Wareham. Diane Husband, Tracey Hutchins

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