Panto EXTRA!

Dec 4, 2017 | News

Wee Jock MacBunder and Bonnie open the Caledonian Club with a ‘Telegraph Hill Talent Showcase’

In Wee Jock and the Magic Dagger (The Scottish Panto), Wee Jock MacBunder went back to his roots in Bonnie Scotland after his bagpipes broke. His adventures included being given a magic ring, finding the girl of his dreams, and the Magic Dagger of Dunsinane!

But it didn’t end there – Oh no it didn’t!  

After saving the trees in Birnham Wood and freeing the Kelpie, Jock proposed to Bonnie.   She agreed to marry him and come and run the Caledonian Club with him, opening with a talent showcase.

If you want to perform a song, a sketch, or a routine, come along to St Catherine’s Church at 4.30pm for a brief chat with Wee Jock and Bonnie (performers aged 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult).   The show itself will start at 5.30pm.   It costs £5 to take part (though you are also welcome to pay what you can on the door), and do ask your guests to book their tickets in advance.

Bonnie and Jock’s Telegraph Hill Talent Showcase, Friday 15 December

  • If you want to perform please come at 4.30pm
  • Show starts 5.30pm
  • Bar open afterwards from 6.30pm (cash only)

Venue: St Catherine’s Church

BOOK HERE (£5 – Under 5s go free)

The Telegraph Hill Talent Showcase is a fundraiser for St Catherine’s Church and Telegraph Hill Centre’s joint fundraising appeal (get details here).  

Here’s a reminder of the Panto fun (images courtesy of Ruth Spencer)