The Sleeping Beauty
A pantomime by David Cregan
Wednesday 28 January 1987 - Saturday 31 January 1987
Faringdon Community Theatre, The Pump House, 5 Market Place, Faringdon
Directed by Dave Headey
Produced by Michael Barron
Tickets were available from F. B. Wood (Newsagents), 4a London Street, Faringdon.
Sleeping Beauty is a classic fairy tale which involves a beautiful princess, a sleeping enchantment, and a handsome prince. This pantomime combines all the traditional elements with original characterisations, imaginative and innovative staging ideas and witty, melodic songs.
The christening scene from Faringdon Community Theatre’s production of Sleeping Beauty. The cast (left to right) Carole Tappenden, Brenda Keith-Walker, Alan Taylor, Michael Barron, Emma Woodyer and Carolyn Tayior.
This was our first full-scale pantomime and we have produced a pantomime every year since. Strictly speaking this wasn’t an FDS production. At this time the Community Association staged its own pantomime but much of the cast were FDS. Read more… History of FDS.