Hot on the heels of last year’s fairest panto of them all, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, we’re very excited to be back at the Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage with a panto that’s simply the BEASTBeauty and the Beast runs from Friday 29 November 2019 until Sunday 26 January 2020.

A baddie wanting boos, goodies with some gags … but what has happened to the handsome Prince? Join us for a spectacular adventure as Dame Derriere and her son, Potty Pierre, cause chaos at the chateau!

From the team that brought you last year’s record-breaking panto, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, once again we promise you live musicgorgeous costumesbreath-taking special effects and rip-roaring adventure in true panto style!

Tickets are already on sale at or call the box office on 01438 363200 – book now to ensure your favourite seats.

How did we follow the fairest panto of them all, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs? By heading off to Neverland for an awfully big adventure at Watersmeet, Rickmansworth with Peter Pan.

Audiences took to the skies with PeterWendy and Tinker Bell … and tested their sea-legs aboard Captain Hook‘s pirate ship, joining his crazy crew in this swashbuckling pantomime adventure. It was a Rip-Roaring Rickmansworth family pantomime that took us on a journey to Neverland and beyond.

There was no time for snoozing at the Wyllyotts Theatre, Potters Bar with Sleeping Beauty  – a spectacular pantomime full of music, laughter, amazing special effects and plenty of surprises – dreams really can come true!

The Genie of the Lamp was on hand to grant your wishes for another magical pantomime at the Alive Corn ExchangeKing’s Lynn starring the winners of Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions Twist and Pulse and West End and TV star Steven Pinder it was a show jam-packed with all the essential pantomime ingredients plus top-class live music, a fabulous castdazzling sets and a magic carpet ride through a spectacular adventure!

Kettering audiences dusted off their posh frocks as everyone was invited to the Royal Ball … well, everyone accept Cinderella for the sparkling fairy-tale pantomimeCinderella, at the Lighthouse Theatre.

The show starred CBBC’s Ed Petrie as Buttons and featured stunning sets, the most sensational costumesslick choreography and spectacular live music to bring Lighthouse House audiences the best-loved pantomime of them all – a timeless tale of laughter, magic and true love!

Ferneham Hall audiences enjoyed a real BEAUTY of a panto when Beauty and the Beast came to the venue starring Eurovision legend Nicki French as Malevolent and Matt Lapinskas (EastEnders and Dancing on Ice) as Prince Gallant in a show packed with live musicstunning setsspectacular costumesslick choreography and rip-roaring adventure told in true panto style!

Eastbourne audiences were treated to a panto that scales new heights when Jack and the Beanstalk burst into the Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne – a fun-filled pantomime with a spectacular stomping giantlive band and all the magic and mayhem of a truly traditional Christmas extravaganza.

Central Theatre audiences were invited to a night to remember to see Cinderella starring EastEnders Lucy Benjamin as Fairy Godmother and Channel 5 Milkshake’s Derek Moran as Dandini. This magical extravaganza was packed with stunning sets, the most sensational costumes, slick choreography and spectacular live music.

Cinderella at The Central Theatre, Chatham, was the timeless tale of laughter, magic and true love – we had a BALL!

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