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SH November 21, 2011

Lots of people are finding it tough to make ends meet right now, and Widow Twanky and her boys are no exception. Life in Peking is rough with local gangsters running a protection racket and washing machines shrinking anyone who gets too close. Poor Aladdin is out of work and having to fetch lamps for evil wizards, when he’d rather get a job at the Palace and get to know Princess Jasmine better.

Aird Branch Highland Hospice presents Aladdin which is directed by Inchmore’s Liz Hoey and includes a strong cast of Kirkhill talent. It’s a traditional family pantomime with the best of Christmas entertainment – songs, jokes, a juggling dog and an Abba reunion! Forget the winners of Strictly and X Factor, this show has the answers to the questions on everyone’s lips this December!

Will Princess Jasmine escape her arranged marriage?

Will the evil Abanazzer succeed in taking over the world?

Will Widow Twanky finally find herself a man?

Book your tickets now to find out!

Performances are at the Phipps Hall, Beauly on Friday 9th and Saturday 10th of December at 7:30pm, with a 2:30pm matinee on Saturday.

To book your tickets, head to Morrisons Hardware Store in Beauly or Robertsons Farm Shop, Beauly or ring Liz on 01463 831 422.

Tickets cost £7 and £5 concession (£6 and £4 Saturday matinée).


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