Top 6 Pantomimes to See This Christmas

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Some of my favourite memories are going to see the newest pantomimes with my whole
family: my parents, my sister and my grandparents. The joy I felt sat in that seat, hardly
able to see anything with being so young but still feeling enticed in the atmosphere, is
something I can never forget. So whilst it is Panto Season, take your family to the best
pantomimes and make some of the happiest memories…

Bridlington Spa: Cinderella

Reminisce this traditional fairy-tale princess story within our hearts in the hopes that
the glass slipper fits! Packed with Fairy Godmother magic, a charming Prince and two
Ugly Sisters, make sure you don’t miss out on the traditional pantomime mayhem
formed throughout this performance. And most exciting of all, the endearing Beauty
School Dropout from Grease: Didi Conn, will be headlining as the Fairy Godmother… the
clock is ticking to see Bridlington’s best pantomime yet!

More info & tickets >

Jubilee Central: The Little Mermaid

Follow our rebellious hero, Ariel on her adventures on land where she falls for a human
Prince who she must save once she makes a dangerous deal with the rotten-to-the-core
sea witch, Ursula. Will Hull’s favourite Panto dame, Pattie Breadcake, be crowned Queen
of the Humber? Or will the evil witch, Ursula, seize the throne? Find out in Middle
Child’s wet and wild, rock and roll take on the classic fairy-tale this December.

More info & tickets: 21st – 24th December > | 27th – 29th December >

Driffield Showground: Peter PANtomime

Don’t miss this swashbuckling Peter Pan-tomime coming to Rix Pavilion this December.
Magic, fairies, pirates, lost boys and of course, our favourite Darling children will be
joining Peter Pan and his famous side-kick Tinker Bell on their adventures as they try to
outwit the villainous Captain Hook! Let this high-flying adventure with plenty of singing,
dancing and Panto fun entice your family in a joy-filled evening.

More info & tickets >

Hull Truck Theatre: Peter Pan

Let original music, dancing, flying, and the magic of your imagination take you on the
journey of Peter Pan, tending to that inner-child in your heart. To Neverland to play,
make beautiful family memories watching a thoroughly loved Disney classic that warms
our hearts and tugs on your heart strings. One night, bedtime stories come alive for the
Darling children when Peter Pan and Tinker Bell guide them through the stars to a land
of Lost Boys, Pirates and Mermaids.

More info & tickets >

Hull New Theatre: Aladdin

Who doesn’t love this Disney classic? Flying carpets, a wish-granting genie and an evil
sorcerer; what’s not to love? And of course, in true pantomime style, Hull New Theatre’s
adaptation of Aladdin will have plenty of special effects, songs and dances with side-
splitting laughs and greeting boos and hisses included for the audience to get involved
in. Follow Aladdin, his brother Wishee Washee and his mother Widow Twankey on a
spectacular adventure they’ll never forget.

More info & tickets >

Telgate Theatre: Aladdin

Let your family’s imagination be filled by this fun-filled fairy-tale magic performance
abiding by the laws of traditional pantomime: packed with songs, slapstick, silliness and
audience participation! In this adaptation by Telgate Theatre, Aladdin is promised to be
their funniest and most spectacular pantomimes yet. Will Aladdin and his mother Widow
Twankey beat the evil Abanazar to the magic lamp and win the hand of Princess
Jasmine?

More info & tickets: The Freedom Centre, Hull > | Junction, Goole 20-23 Dec > 27-28 Dec >

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