Selkirk's panto cast give a capital performance

Selkirk's pavements were frost-covered, Dick Whittington's streets of London were eventually paved with gold, but most strikingly, the path of Selkirk's 1992 panto was strewn with laughter.

By The Newsroom
Monday, 18th December 2017, 9:34 am
Updated Monday, 18th December 2017, 9:50 am
Selkirk Panto, 1992.
Selkirk Panto, 1992.

After an extended Christmas weekend, the Association of Selkirk Clubs and Societies provided the perfect antidote to festive lethargy with a three-day run of a higly individual version of that age-old ‘poor-boy-makes-good’ story. It was all about colour, costume and movement - and jokes so corny they would have had a big toe throbbing. Our photograph show the principal cast members of the Dick Whittington production at their dress rehearsal.

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