Puss 'N Boots panto treat

Last updated 07:55 06/11/2012

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It's Christmas pantomime time and you will need to be in quickly to buy your tickets if you don't want to be disappointed.

Operatunity's Daytime Concert Series is presenting its famous biannual pantomime called Puss 'N Boots Christmas Pantomime at 11am on Wednesday, November 21, at City West Church, 62c Poplar Gr, New Plymouth.

Puss 'N Boots Christmas Pantomime takes you through fairytale land, meeting Puss and other colourful characters and experiencing Christmas through song and laughter.

Written by Operatunity director Geoffrey Hughes, it includes a variety of songs from music theatre including Gilbert and Sullivan, and music hall. It stars Geoffrey Hughes, Susan Boland, John Cameron, Debbie Penney, Bonaventure Allan-Moetaua, with Alex Wiltshire accompanying on piano.

Operatunity presents more than 200 shows a year in 24 venues all over New Zealand. From humble beginnings 11 years ago, the daytime concert series has attracted thousands of concertgoers..

The series has become the largest employer of professional singers and artists of its type in New Zealand. Eight concert series are presented every year in the variety daytime series, an eclectic mixture of shows ranging, this year, from the Great Hits of the 60s and 70s to Razzle Dazzle and The Best of the Classics.

Tickets are $30 including lunch, with discounts for group and regular bookings. To book tickets or request a free brochure of the 2012 Daytime Concert Series, call Operatunity toll free on 0508 266 237, or book online at operatunity.co.nz.

If booking through Operatunity, no booking or postage fees apply.

WIN Operatunity is offering you the opportunity to win double passes to Puss 'N Boots, a book and a CD. If you want to go into the draw email hannah.fleming@ dailynews.co.nz by Wednesday, November 14.

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