A puppet-packed production

FVGSS: A Musical Theatre Company presents Pinocchio until Dec. 4 at the Surrey Arts Centre.

Above: Jiminy Christmas (Melissa Funnell, left) and toymaker Geppetto (Jake Hildebrand, right) react to the antics of newly-build wooden puppet Pinocchio (Lois Warwick) on the opening weekend of Pinocchio at the Surrey Arts Centre on Nov. 26.

The FVGSS: A Musical Theatre Society pantomime runs until Dec. 4, Wednesday to Friday at 7:30 p.m., with Saturday and Sunday weekend matinées at 2:30 p.m.

Tickets ($27.95 for adults and $22.95 for seniors or students) are available in person at the Surrey Arts Centre (13750 88 Ave.), by phone at 604-501-5566, or online at tickets.surrey.ca.

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