PFTA entertain with Peter Panto
Clutton Primary School PFTA's pantomime, Peter Panto was performed at the beginning of March in Temple Cloud Village Hall.
Written by Melanie Pitt and directed by Lou Creber the show included all the expected characters with the addition of many schoolchildren from the age of four years, and also some young people who had been attached to the school many years ago.
The pantomime included the usual goodies and baddies, the latter being a handsome Captain Hook and his pirate cohorts.
The Darling children were played convincingly by husband and wife team Kate and Jerome Wilson, with Kate Lister a studious John Darling.
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Peter Pan cuts a dashing figure while Tinkerbell was manically jealous of Wendy and tried to have her killed. In between the Lost Boys tried to do the right thing, the Redskins showed off their lithe bodies and the ladies' chorus distracted the audience from the confusions of the story.
Hook's wife (teacher Russell Tanner) appeared in Dame Edna mode much to the children's delight.
At the finish while Wendy, John and Michael returned home, the crocodile ate Captain Hook, Peter Pan and Tinkerbell encouraged the pirates to be good, and all ended well.
A large number of schoolchildren appeared in each of the four performances and were vigorously supported by family and friends.
Excellent choreography, costumes, sets, lighting and sound, as well as back stage support meant that many of the school's PFTA were involved and at the end the audience showed their appreciation by enthusiastic applause.