Guest Appearance Melts Hearts To commemorate the 400 year anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare in 1616, Paston’s very own Far East Theatre Company have taken on the challenge of performing two Shakespeare Plays. The two plays to be performed in the new Theatre are: ‘The Comedy of Errors’ and ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, with the opening night of the ‘The Comedy of Errors’ taking place tonight at 7:30pm.

Paston are excited to announce that the Far East Theatre Company have a guest appearance performing in ‘The Comedy of Errors’. For the first time Cecil, a Dachshund Sausage Dog is taking centre stage as the assistant role to the lead. Cecil appears 3 times in the play, once looking adorable in a hand bag and twice being carried on.

Cecil’s owner, Jess Chamberlin, a recent graduate of Performing Arts said that she was delighted that Cecil was staring in the play. “I am extremely proud of Cecil’s achievements. She melts so many hearts and takes up everyone’s attention during rehearsals.”

Cecil seems to be enjoying all the attention and it quite possible that Jess Chamberlin will soon have to become her agent. There is even talk about Cecil becoming the Paston mascot, and it is quite possible that students will start to see more of Cecil around the College.

Paston would like to wish all students 'good luck' with the performances.  The plays last just over an hour and anyone is welcome to contact the College and buy tickets for either the performances (on 01692 – 402334 – 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Thursday or 8.30am to 4.30pm Fridays).

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