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Polka Dot Pantomime's Dick Whittington is coming to the South Holland Centre this week and throughout December



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A brilliant show will roll into town today.

The Polka Dot Pantomime group are making their grand return with their performances of Dick Whittington, which the first rendition taking place at 10.15am this morning.

The show tells a rags-to-riches tale of a young man and his cat who set off on an exciting quest for fame and fortune.

Dick Wittington is coming to Spalding this week
Dick Wittington is coming to Spalding this week

The main character dreams of becoming the Lord Mayor of London, and audiences can expect a good mix of crazy cast members, exciting antagonists lively singing.

Gary Taylor, South Holland District Council portfolio holder for communities and facilities, said:”We are very excited to be putting on such a spectacular pantomime this year.

“Audiences of all ages will enjoy Dick Whittington, which features a fantastic cast and a storyline that most people know.

“South Holland Centre is the perfect place to spend a festive afternoon or evening out, and we look forward to welcoming visitors for this year’s festivities.”

There will be theatre cocktails, popcorn, sweets and many more snacks available to purchase. You can pre-order yours now to avoid queues by visiting the South Holland Centre website.

The pantomimes will be taking place at the South Holland Centre, with a number of the showings reserved for school visits.

Members of the public can first go to see Dick Whittington in action this Saturday (December 11) at 2pm, with another showing at 6pm on the same day.

The weekend’s action will then be complete with a performance at 2pm on Sunday. For times of other performances during the week visit www.southhollandcentre.co.uk

Adult ticket prices are set at £15.50, with concessions costing £14.50.

On Thursday December 16, there will be a ‘relaxed performance’ for anyone looking to chill out while viewing. It will take place at 6pm. Then, at 6pm on Friday December 17, there will be a signed performance.



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