AMATEUR dramatists from Holt are preparing for their unique interpretation of life on the high seas, with their pantomime production of Robinson Crusoe.

The show is written and directed by Holt Dramatic Society stalwart Dee Hughes, who has transformed the much-loved story of two men marooned on an island into a family-friendly, all-action adventure, featuring the larger-than-life Dame Gertie Crusoe, who sets sail with her son Robinson, before encountering the wicked Captain Dreadlock.

The show takes place at Holt Village Hall at 7.30pm, with a matinee with jelly and ice cream performance on Sunday at 2pm.

Tickets are available from Holt Superstore, or from