There will be two performances, one for children at 2.30pm and a “more grown-up show” at 7.30pm.
The club is billing the show as “a magical pantomime moved from Sherwood to Ashdown Forest”.
It is original, written for the club by Derek Tuffley, and directed by Sarah Cannon.
Chairman Gordon Buckland said: “We are delighted to be putting on the event for the local community.
“The script is very well written and full of jokes and laughs, and so anyone who attends of any age is guaranteed to have a good time.
“This is a very modern pantomime set in the Middle Ages, with something for all the family.
“We look forward to welcoming anyone from all sectors of the community and are sure that everyone will enjoy it.”
There will be a licensed bar, and a children’s bar.
Tickets are £8 each for adults, and £4 for children aged under 15. A family ticket, for two adults and two children, is £20. Tickets for seniors, over the age of 65, are £5.
They are available from The Highlands pub, Peter Oliver Estate Agents, or Kids Stuff.
Gordon Buckland can also arrange for them to be held on the door. Just call him to reserve yours on 07545 533401 or email him at email@example.com.
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