Very British panto sure to be a hit!

A scene from the pantomime Aladdin, performed by the 64 Players Association in 2015
Members of the 64 Players Association during a performance of last year's pantomime, Aladdin

Theatre group in Pyrénées-Atlantiques to stage an extra show to cope with demand for tickets this year

Pantomimes are a quintessential part of the British Christmas season that many expats miss – along with carols, mince pies, and cakes.

One solution is to put on a show of your own – which is what the 64 Players Association theatre group at Salies-de-Béarn in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques, have done for the past four years.

Their performances are becoming more popular ...

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