Award winning Theatre Company NOWMADS (Nottingham West Music and Dramatic Society) is hoping to impress with its annual pantomime Mother Goose.
Veteran performer Steve Clarke, one of the group’s longest serving members will be donning his wigs,dresses and make-up to take on the title role of pantomime dame.
Steve, 58, who lives in Nuthall, is no stranger to playing a lady having shone as the Dame in no less than twenty previous pantos staged by the company.
Following months of rehearsals the talented theatre group promises a feast of fun for family audiences when the show begins a four night run on Wednesday February 17.
Gillian Williams is directing the production and she will be looking to her brother (Steve) and Jaiden Ragozins, Laura Collins, Hannah Lishman, Graham Lambert and Merle Harrison to set the standards for success.
Gillian, who lives in Eastwood, said: “We have many talented young performers in the ranks who can go on to be the stars of the future.”
Musical director John Wilson and his talented group of musicians will be making leading contributions while exciting dance routines and colourful costumes will add to the magic of the show.
Tickets for Mother Goose are selling well and full audiences are expected. Mother Goose is being performed at the Kimberley School Theatre from Wednesday February 17 to Saturday February 20.
To book tickets or for more information call 0115 9194322 or 0115 9276189.