Blyth: Players are back with some ancient antics in Cleo: The Panto

The Blyth Players present their annual pantomime Cleo: The Panto next month.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 21st January 2015, 8:30 am
Blyth Players are presenting Cleo: The Panto
Blyth Players are presenting Cleo: The Panto

Princess Cleopatra is in love with Roman general Mark Antony, but evil sorceress Octavia wants the crown for herself and magically banishes Mark Antony to a mystical far away land.

Dame Memphis heads off to find him with the help of her dozy daughter Ife and Roger the Lodger

There is a little magical help from Pharaoh Cuppacoffeetiti and his apprentice Pharaoh Milkychocoshakeshake.

But will the Lotus of Love stay alive? And will they all find their way out of the Eerie Anti-Chamber of Doom?

The show has all the usual ingredients for a memorable Blyth panto with the usual laughter, fun, music and mayhem.

The show is at Barnby Memorial Hall in Blyth from 5th to 8th February.

Tickets priced £6 (£5 concessions) are available now on 07784 916250 online at