Pinocchio Panto pulls in the crowds at Mynyddygarreg Hall

A well attended second night of a Pinocchio pantomime performed by KAMPS showing over three days was enjoyed by a lively audience in Mynyddygarreg Hall on Saturday 16th Dec 23.

For those who do not know the story; Toymaker Gepetto creates a wooden puppet toy named Pinocchio and wishes on a star that he would be a real boy. A kindly Blue Fairy appears and grants his wish thus making Pinocchio come alive. Pinocchio learns that he must prove himself worthy in order to make his father’s wish come true.

Pasta Puns and a Vile Villain had both young and old laughing, groaning, booing and hissing.  The delightful dame and his double entendres were a special treat for the older fans of traditional panto.

Costumes and lighting and loud and clear lines’ delivery gave the show polish

Pinocchio’s father Geppetto was perfectly typecast; oh yes he was.

You can find the group theatrical group KAMPS Kidwelly and Mynyddygarreg Pantomime Society on Facebook and follow their page for details of their  spring summer performance.

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