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Swashbuckling Easter action

PUBLISHED: 16:19 18 March 2008 | UPDATED: 10:47 08 July 2010

THERE'S swashbuckling action for youngsters and their parents at Westacre River Studios next week.

Children's theatre company Pandora's Box returns for the second time this year on Thursday.

THERE'S swashbuckling action for youngsters and their parents at Westacre River Studios next week.

Children's theatre company Pandora's Box returns for the second time this year on Thursday.

And this time the show is Pirate School, a fun-filled 45 minutes in which the audience can discover how to read a treasure map, talk to a parrot and sail a pirate ship.

What's more, Winifred Pillage, the headmistress of Pirate School, wants all her young charges to report for the performances dressed in their finest pirate costumes.

There are 11am and 2pm performances of Pirate School at the studios, a few miles off the A1065 Swaffham to Fakenham road at West Acre, and the show is suitable for the four to nine age group.

Tickets are £6, available by calling the box office on 01760 755800.

Next visit of Pandora's Box will be on Saturday, May 31, to perform the children's adventure, Katy and the Nurgla (suitable for ages three to eight).


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