How Clarence Earned His Wings
A pantomime by Nick Coard
Friday 30 January 2004 - Saturday 31 January 2004
Friday 6 February 2004 - Saturday 7 February 2004
Faringdon Community College, Fernham Road, Faringdon SN7 7LB
Directed by Nick Coard
Performances start 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm. Doors open 30 minutes earlier. Each performance lasts approximately 2½ hours. Matinées on Saturdays only.
Tickets: £6. Concessions £4.
Tickets were available from White Horse Country Wear, 6 Cornmarket, Faringdon.
This brand new pantomime is set in the wild wild west in the sleepy little town of Faringdon Falls. Clarence is an Angel that must help someone to earn his wings, so he is sent down to earth to help George Bailey, the sheriff and general good egg of Faringdon Falls. George is put in a predicament when the money raised by the Town to build a home for the orphans is stolen by Buck & Bronco the henchmen of Jim Bean, the Baddie. George follows them into the desert to return the money, however the townsfolk think he has stolen it so they set off to get it back. Lots of songs, dance and parts.
|Set building here with Rob Thorpe and Cleve Forty||Cactus moving here with Jim Tappenden, Peter Webster, Rob Thorpe, Paul Mountford-Lister and Cleve Forty|
Photographs by Nick Coard6 shows were performed over 4 days.