Pantos and Christmas shows for 2018
Pamtomime, or 'panto' for short, is a typically British form of stage entertainment.
Pantos mostly take place during the festive period from around the beginning of December to the end of January each year.
They are generally intended for family audiences - BUT be aware that a few are for ADULTS ONLY and may contain strong language or
material unsuitable for children.
Also included below are traditional and special Christmas shows that are not pantomime, but find their way into the schedules during the festive season.
We have 41 pantos and Christmas shows listed.
Owl and Pussycat have had an adventurous life. This festive season join the two old friends by the fireside, as they reminisce over memories of their travels.
Tells the story of Beauty who longs for romance and adventure, a bad-mannered Prince who is transformed into a Beast to teach him a lesson and a good Fairy who makes both their dreams come true.
The adventure takes place at Santa's HQ in the North Pole, The Reindeer Sat Nav is programmed and the toys are piled high on the sleigh, then ... chaos strikes!
Hold on to your hair and prepare for the magical re-telling of the classic fairytale, Rapunzel. Packed with songs, comedy and lots of audience participation, this is sure to be filled with festive delight, 'Oh yes it is!'
Our Fairy Godmother has had another makeover and is ready once again to use her magic to put the world to rights. This year she's in Nottingham where an evil sheriff is supporting the rich, taxing the poor and threatening to build a wall.
Robin Hood, the prince of thieves is on a mission with his merry band of men to get robbin' the rich to feed the poor. Along the way he meets fair Maid Marion and they must undertake a quest to save the poor people of Hounslow from the evil Prince.
Jessie's dad has brought her a lovely little present. It's all wrapped up, and tied with a beautiful bow. She can't wait to open it, but she isn't allowed to until Christmas day.
Following the sell-out success of The Jungle Book, Alice in Wonderland, and their recent pantomime adaptation of The Wizard of Oz, Harrow Arts Centre welcome back Immersion Theatre for a second Christmas with their most spectacular pantomime yet!
A long time ago in the far off city of Ilford (just North of Peking), lived a boy called Aladdin. Aladdin dreams of marrying a beautiful Princess, but unfortunately the law decrees that the Princess may only marry a Prince.
Outposted in a secret location in the heart of Romford, there's a little bit of the North Pole hiding … Sparky Tinselbottom, a dedicated but chatty Elf, is frantically working away in the build-up to Christmas repairing abandoned toys.
Take a seat in our make-believe Christmas restaurant, choose your 'food' and colour it in. And while you're decorating your plate, the restaurant's waiting-staff will entertain you with comedy, music and storytelling.
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