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  • Panto – Rupunzel

    Mr and Mrs Nutterson’s new baby is called Rapunzel, after the flower which Mrs Nutterson ate during her pregnancy. Their evil neighbour Mother Gothel knows that the flower holds the secret of eternal youth! Mother Gothel realises that Rapunzel has inherited this power, demands to take the baby, and locks her away in a tower.

    Years later, a Prince helps Rapunzel to escape. But can they both avoid the clutches of Mother Gothel and her devious daughters? (Spoiler alert: Yes, they can).

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