Theatre closures due to coronavirus outbreak
From Saturday 15 August 2020, indoor performances at London theatres are allowed (with social distancing).
Outdoor performances (where possible) can also go ahead.
However, most theatres remain closed as they either do not have outside spaces or regard the need for social distancing as uneconomic.
The show below is due to open after the reopening date given above so it is possible it will go ahead, but you are advised to check the booking link to confirm.
4 Dec 2020 to 10 Jan 2021
Giant Blunderbore is in a terrible rage.
He shouts from above threatening to eat any villager who won't pay their rent.
Poor Dame Trott has to sell her precious cow 'Buttercup' and sends her son Jack to the cow market.
All he comes back with is a worthless bag of beans.
Jill, the grumpy Squire's daughter is kidnapped by the Giant's dogsbody Fleshcreepy and taken to the castle in the clouds.
Will Jack be the hero, climb the beanstalk, rescue his girlfriend and save the world from the human chomping ogre? Only the magical Garden Fairy knows the answer to that …
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Age suitability: Not available
Join in and enjoy this new online planet-saving pantomime packed with songs, laughter and great spectacle.
Profits from Panto Online will be supporting: POhWer, Clothe Me - Thank you, British Youth Music Theatre, Prost8, Scouts
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Early bird ticket: £15
Early bird family ticket (including online activity pack): £25
Peter Duncan (Dame Trott)
Ian Talbot (Squire Shortshanks)
Sam Ebenezer (Jack Trott)
Sarah Moss (Jill Shortshanks)
Nicola Blackman (The Garden Fairy)
Jos Vantyler (Fleshcreepy)
Yuval Shvartsman (Giant Blunderbore)
Josh Freeman (Wolf Beast)
Author: Peter Duncan
Director: Peter Duncan, Ian Talbot
Designer: Peter Humphrey
Musical direction: Colin Cattle
Choreography: Julia Redburn
Sound: Matthew Case
Video designer: Luke Roberts (cameraman)
Production: Ian Talbot (executive producer); Denise Silvey (producer)