They are famous for their pantos but as they showed last year with their Night at the Musicals production, Bilton Pantomummers members have much more to offer.
And this summer they are back at Bilton School for another showcase of these talents, with An Evening of Song, Dance and Poetry.
There will be two performances on Sunday, August 28, at 3pm and 7pm, with audiences promised spectacular dance, great singing and poetry to tug at the heartstrings or make you laugh out loud.
And with the group’s strong tradition of raising money for good causes, they are doing it all to support the Alzheimer’s Society and Rugby Mind.
The cast of more than 20, some of whom are pictured here, have been rehearsing for the last three months
Cat Bowering, architect of last year’s show, is back again and said: “Last year’s show was really well received but we wanted to do something different so we’ve gone for variety in a big way, summed up by our big finale, Dancing Through the Decades, which will have something for everyone.”
Tickets are £5 for adults and £3 for children, from Bilton Post Office and Dudley Taylor Chemist in Bilton.