Youth Acts Up are staging their latest performance of ‘Aladdin Trouble’ at Little Downham’s Village Hall next Saturday

PUBLISHED: 16:30 17 January 2018 | UPDATED: 16:30 17 January 2018

Youth Acts Up, based in Little Downham, will be performing their latest show �Aladdin Trouble� on Saturday January 27.

Youth Acts Up, based in Little Downham, will be performing their latest show �Aladdin Trouble� on Saturday January 27.

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Youth Acts Up, based in Little Downham, is performing their latest show ‘Aladdin Trouble’ on Saturday January 27.

Youth Acts Up, based in Little Downham, will be performing their latest show ‘Aladdin Trouble’ on Saturday January 27.Youth Acts Up, based in Little Downham, will be performing their latest show ‘Aladdin Trouble’ on Saturday January 27.

The show is being performed at the Little Downham Village Hall at 2.30pm and 7.30pm.

Becky, show director, said: “After last year’s successful performance of Cinderella, the cast and crew can’t wait to entertain the public again.

Youth Acts Up, based in Little Downham, will be performing their latest show ‘Aladdin Trouble’ on Saturday January 27.Youth Acts Up, based in Little Downham, will be performing their latest show ‘Aladdin Trouble’ on Saturday January 27.

“What’s different about this pantomime is the cast are all local children between the ages of 8-12, who have been working non stop behind the scenes to make it happen.

“It’s great to see it all come together and the children gain so many life-long learning skills by taking part.

“They have script, dances and songs to learn coupled with fun drama games to take the pressure off rehearsing.

“It is great they are given the opportunity to do this.”

Tickets are available from Nisa, Main Street, Little Downham, Carol Hebbard or online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/youthactsup

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