It's your chance to get involved with our January 2020 pantomime Frosted! Don't worry if you missed the meeting, you can find all the details in the link below. https://www.dropbox.com/home/Frosted%20the%20pantomime You’ll probably be familiar with the storyline, given it’s affinity to a certain film with a vaguely similar title, but it’s been given the full pantomime treatment.
The story tells the tale of two Princesses as one struggles to come to terms with the magical po
So what are you going to do with that ? Well let me tell you. We are are the stage crew and with just a few screws, and some other odds and bods, we can :- - Fly you to other planets or on a magic carpet
- Whisk you to exotic locations
- Take you down a rabbit hole or through a wardrobe. We are the engineers who bring your shows to life. So how does it work ? Well it all starts with a meeting with the producer. After they explain what they would like from the show we ca
The King's Remembrancer's Memoranda Roll of Easter 1262 notes the pardoning of the prior of Sandleford for seizing without warrant the chattels of one William Robehod, fugitive. This case can be cross-referenced with the roll of the Justices in Eyre in Berkshire in 1261, in which a criminal gang is outlawed, including William son of Robert le Fevere, whose chattels were seized without warrant by the prior of Sandleford. There are numerous cases in the C13th & C14th of outlaws