ALTERNATIVE amusement was provided for audiences at Braunton School as the drama club regaled them with pantomime tales with a difference. Puss in Slippers and Potty Panto might not be on the list of the big seven of Cinderella, Dick Whittington and com

ALTERNATIVE amusement was provided for audiences at Braunton School as the drama club regaled them with pantomime tales with a difference.Puss in Slippers and Potty Panto might not be on the list of the "big seven" of Cinderella, Dick Whittington and company, but they proved a hit with their viewers during two days of performances.Students threw themselves wholeheartedly into their roles, delivering lines with confidence and comic timing. The backstage team also worked tirelessly to produce costumes and props which helped to work magic on the night. The show was directed by Gail Ratcliffe, while Year 11 student Jack Wensley arranged and conducted the entire orchestra plus singers."The big band added a new dimension and Jack produced all the music, involving so many people which was brilliant," said Hanne Ertman, one of the main leads.