7, 13-15 December @ Roleystone Hall ·
Presented by Roleystone Theatre ·
An evil rat is set on world domination – and only a man and his cat can stop it. It’s all part of Roleystone Theatre’s end-of-year pantomime, Dick Whittington and His Cat, directed by Nicola Beard at Roleystone Hall.
As Dick Whittington ventures to London with his cat to find his fortune, become lord mayor and win the affections of Alice Fitzwarren, he is assisted by two fairies, local townsfolk and the Sultan of Morocco. Set against him are the villainous King Rat and Jack, who is desperately in love with Alice himself.
Dick Whittington and His Cat plays at 7.30pm 7, 13 and 14 December; 2pm 7 and 14 December and 11am 15 December. Tickets are $25, $20 concession – book at www.trybooking.com/BGCJO.
Roleystone Hall is at 44 Jarrah Road (corner of Wygonda Road), Roleystone.
Pictured: Tommy the Cat (Isabelle Carr, left), Alice Fitzwarren (Kate Davoren), Alderman Fitzwarren (Royce Newall), Sarah the Cook (Sonja Reynolds), Dick Whittington (Alex Thorburn) and Idle Jack (Lilly-Anne Burns). Credit: Zyg Waltersdorf
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