Robinson Crusoe Jan 23rd.

Once again the Station Theatre played host to the Hayling Island Amateur Dramatic Society, this time with their pantomime – ‘Robinson Crusoe and the Pirates’.

HIADS, as usual, achieved the high standards for which they are well known and they were certainly not let down by the younger members of the cast, who helped to provide some excellent singing and dancing.

With the cast.

With the cast.

Directed by Malcolm Bain, sitting next to me and obviously enjoying the show, this was a very colourful production with a great set which was designed and built by the company.

The many young people in the audience were obviously enjoying the evening, and willingly joined in with the cries of ‘Behind you!’ and the singing of the traditional Panto song.

All in all a very enjoyable evening provided by HIADS 245th production.

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