CINDERELLA - LINCOLN DRILL HALL - DEC 2013 - JAN 2014

 

Following last year's fantastic record breaking panto, we are delighted to announce this year's spectacular festive production is the most magical pantomime of them all: Cinderella. This classic fairy tale has all the traditional elements you've come to expect from the Lincoln Drill Hall Panto; side splitting comedy, well known songs, fantastic dancing and lots of audience participation.

 

Our fantastic star cast includes the return of the fabulous Matt Hewitt as Buttons, and Julie Fox as the wicked Step Mother along side Alistair Divall and James Campbell as the Ugly Sisters and introducing the beautiful Alex Taylor-Robertson as Cinderella. Once again Lincoln's biggest festive treat is written and directed Julie Marcus.

ALADDIN - THE EMBASSY THEATRE SKEGNESS - DEC 2013

 

Eastender’s star Mark Homer joins the cast of the fantastic panto ‘Aladdin’ at The Embassy Theatre, Skegness.

 

This spectacular production has all the ingredients that made the Disney film so successful and includes an incredible animated and interactive Genie that will amaze and delight both children and adults. 

 

The panto, full of Eastern promise, also includes the return of Skegness favourite Dame, Chris Hayes as Widow Twankey.  This magical production also includes superb well-known songs and fantastic comedy, as well as a spectacular flying sequence that takes the audience and Aladdin on a journey from Agrabah to Abanazar’s lair.

 

ALADDIN - MAJESTIC THEATRE RETFORD - JAN 2014

 

Eastender’s star Mark Homer joins the cast of the fantastic panto ‘Aladdin’ at Retford Majestic Theatre.

 

This spectacular production has all the ingredients that made the Disney film so successful and includes an incredible animated and interactive Genie that will amaze and delight both children and adults. 

 

The panto, full of Eastern promise, also includes the return of everyone's favourite Dame, Chris Hayes as Widow Twankey.  This magical production also includes superb well-known songs and fantastic comedy, as well as a spectacular flying sequence that takes the audience and Aladdin on a journey from Agrabah to Abanazar’s lair.

 

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