How would you like to be a theatrical landlord/lady?

Vision Arts Wales, Pembrokeshire’s new centre for the performing arts, is on the hunt for people with a spare room who could offer accommodation to professional performers appearing in Jack and the Beanstalk, in December, at the De Valence Pavilion, Tenby.

“This is a unique opportunity to share the experiences of a theatrical professional by offering ‘theatre digs’ to one of our panto stars,” said Drew Baker, director and performer.

“If you live within easy travelling distance of the De Valence and have a spare room - and would like to earn a little extra cash - we are looking for kind-hearted people who would throw open their homes to a visiting performer,” said Drew, who is appearing in the show himself as Dame Trott.

“The actors will be performing in at least two shows a day throughout December, and need a room to call their own - plus access to a bathroom and a kitchen so they can prepare meals.

"In exchange you will be remunerated, and get complimentary tickets to the pantomime’s celebrity gala night - and get to share in their experiences of a performer appearing in a professional production, here in Pembrokeshire.”

For a no-obligation chat and more information, contact or ring 01437 723493.

You can book tickets for the Big Pembrokeshire Pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk, at