Beauty and the Beast at Harpenden High Street Methodist Church

15:41 03 January 2013

Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty

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A TRADITIONAL panto with a few surprises is promised when Harp Theatre puts on Sleeping Beauty at the High Street Methodist Church from tonight (Thursday) until Saturday.

Harp Theatre, the drama group run by Harpenden scriptwriter Mike Lees, is performing Sleeping Beauty in aid of Harpenden Mencap and the Prison Fellowship.

The group includes mainly young actors, some of whom have recently returned from university and regularly act with Harp Theatre.

Mike has written the script on the theme of Sleeping Beauty but with a few twists. It is suitable for all ages and can be seen at 7.30pm tonight and tomorrow and at 2.30pm and 7pm on Saturday.

Tickets are available from high.street.events@gmail.com or by telephoning 766096 or you can buy on the door.

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