By Rose Astley
A Sleeping Beauty Pantomime will be hosted by the Noosa Arts Theatre in January 2020, promising a night full of entertainment and laughs.
The performance will include an array of song and dance, contemporary music and slapstick humour.
Sleeping Beauty tells a tale of Princess Aurora (played by choir vocalist Sabre Barr), who falls victim to a spell in which can only be broken by a charming prince, played by Angus Alexander.
Viewers can also expect the usual characters such as the good fairy and an evil nemesis, as well as a surprise character that is set to “bring the roof down.”
Susan Dearnley is in the director’s chair for this classic tale with a twist, excited to be a part of yet another Noosa Arts Theatre production.
“Not just the kids, but the entire family will have an uproarious time at this pantomime.
“This pantomime is completely packed to the brim with music, songs, completely chaotically funny scenes with all your friends from Sleeping Beauty,” Susan says.
The fun filled performance will run the first three weekends in January at 11am and 2pm Saturdays and 1pm and 4pm Sundays.
All tickets are $16.