Classy panto is a big hit in Sturton

The pantomime A Touch of Class was performed in Sturton-by-Stow
The pantomime A Touch of Class was performed in Sturton-by-Stow

Sturton Village Hall was filled with families and friends for the annual production performed by A Touch of Class and friends.

An original script, written by Joyce Newth and Sue Leonard, based very loosely on the story of Red Riding Hood had everyone guessing as to which of the characters had stolen a Faberge Egg inherited by the Cook.

Set in Russia the many characters included spies and a detective, a group of Kossacks and traditionally a Wolf all chasing a black bag containing the precious egg.

Wearing delightful colourful costumes there was plenty of fun and laughter with audience participation too.

Profits have exceeded £1,300 which will be given to the Village Hall Improvement Fund.

Pictured are Justin Hussey as the Cook and Scarlet Leonard as Red Riding Hood.