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Clay Country panto awards ceremony

By Phill Lamphee 13th April 2016

Clay Country panto awards ceremony

It was time to let their hair down for members of Indian Queens Pantomime Society last week when they scooped the Best Pantomime top prize in the inaugural Clay Village Pantomime Awards at Roche Victory Hall last week for their production of Rapunzel.
In fact their production took the lion’s share of the top prizes at this glittering ceremony, organised, arranged and produced by Roche Pantomime Players stalwarts Shane Gregory and Karen Stephens.
Entries were invited from Bugle, St Stephen, Trinity Players (Trewoon), St Dennis, St Enoder and Roche.
Hosted by legendary pantomime expert Mike Meers, the event attracted over 250 representatives of the competition productions, the largest such event since the demise of the former Calor Gas county pantomime competitions last held at the late lamented Cornwall Coliseum back in the 1990s.
Two of the judges, Sheila Vanloo and Jonathan Aberdeen, had visited all of the productions over the past couple of months and the choice wasn’t easy, as Jonathan explained: “It’s a terribly difficult job to do and were most fortunate to have such diverse and talented groups peppered throughout the area.
“Each brought something to the table but in the end it was unanimously agreed that the Indian Queens production of Rapunzel was the clear winner.”

By Phill Lamphee 13th April 2016

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