Nine Lives Theatre Company to perform Christmas production at Tower Ballroom in Wisbech

PUBLISHED: 12:40 04 December 2017 | UPDATED: 12:40 04 December 2017

Nine Lives Theatre Company will perform their Christmas production ‘A Very Merry Christmas Show' at the Tower Ballroom in Wisbech next week.

Nine Lives Theatre Company will perform their Christmas production ‘A Very Merry Christmas Show' at the Tower Ballroom in Wisbech next week.

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Nine Lives Theatre Company will perform their Christmas production at the Tower Ballroom in Wisbech next week.

‘A Very Merry Christmas Show’, which the group is putting on in aid of Alfred House, is being staged from December 13 to 16.

Michele Larkin, director, said: “It is a feel good show packed with Christmas songs with lots of singing, dancing and audience participation and features our own professional adult cast with support from students of the Nine Lives Theatre Company.

“This production is a brand new concept of festive entertainment, a one act performance where the audience gets to meet Mother Christmas and her elves, Father Christmas and his sister Gladys Christmas as they try to make this the best Festive season for everyone including Santa.

“After the show everyone gets to meet Santa in his sleigh and receive a Christmas present, as well as a photo opportunity, which is all part of the experience.

“Having built Nine Lives Theatre Company steadily over the past two years I am really excited that our teachers are able to perform alongside students in the hope of bringing some Christmas cheer to all the people, young and old, of Fenland.”

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