Jeff Gowlett playing Sir Falsehood the Squire and Tayla SImpson as Red Riding Hood in the BATS Theatre production of Red Riding Hood.
Jeff Gowlett playing Sir Falsehood the Squire and Tayla SImpson as Red Riding Hood in the BATS Theatre production of Red Riding Hood. CONTRIBUTED

Cheer the heroes and boo the villains in Red Riding Hood

BATS Theatre has brought family favourite Red Riding Hood to the stage these school holidays as part of the Sunshine Coast pantomime season.

Red Riding Hood, her granny, the Wolf and even a Demon, a Fairy, the wicked Squire and his comical sons will take theatre-goers on a rollercoaster ride through the woods and even into a haunted house.

The panto, by John Crocker and Eric Gilder, directed by Mary Newton, is at Buderim War Memorial Hall, cnr Main and Church Sts, Buderim, on January 14, 15, 21 and 22 at 10am and 4pm each day.

Book at www.batstheatre.com or with Bernadette on 5445 2515.

Tickets are $15 each (adults at children's prices).


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