Our Favourite Family Shows and Pantos this Christmas
Written by MiriamSpall on Saturday, November 19, 2016 - 23:21
- The New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, IP1 2AS
- Nov 24 to Jan 28
- From £10
- Written by Peter Rowe, and performed in the New Wolsey Theatre’s ever-popular actor-musician style, this brand new adaptation of the amazing adventures of Sinbad is bursting with music, mayhem and magic. Both Thu 29 December at 2.30pm and Fri 13 January at 7.30pm performances will be Captioned.
- Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1QR
- Dec 02 to Jan 15
- Adults from £16.50 (Children and Senior Citizens £10.50)
- Join us for a journey of enchantment and magic in one of the most loved fairytales of all time! Set in the depths of Beastly St Edmunds, the story of Beauty and the Beast is brought to life in our traditional family pantomime!
- Red Rose Chain, Ipswich, IP2 9AF
- Dec 08 to Jan 02
- This Christmas get ready to set sail with us as we embark on a swash-buckling adventure full of pirates, parrots and hidden treasure for Joanna Carrick’s adaptation of this timeless classic! Yo-ho me hearties yo-ho!
- The Marina Theatre, Lowestoft, NR32 1HH
- Dec 13 to Jan 01
- Tickets: Adults from £10 (Concessions available)
- Fun, laughter, songs, silliness and bucket loads of audience participation. It’s never too soon to get your tickets; book now for the best seats in the house at the best prices!
- Seagull Theatre, Lowestoft, NR33 0JH
- Dec 14 - 19:00 to Dec 24 - 15:00
- Tickets: From £7
- Join Jack Trott and his family and friends (including a delicious Dame, a bad Baron, and a grumbling Giant) this Christmas for a family-friendly, laugh-a-minute ride through the Suffolk countryside and the clouds above.
- Ipswich Regent Theatre, Ipswich, IP4 1HE
- Dec 17 - Jan 2
- Tickets from £14
- The pantomime will feature breathtaking 3D Projection, a fantastic live band, heaps of fun and laughter as well as plenty of audience participation… oh yes it will!
- The Fisher Theatre, Bungay, NR35 1EE
- Dec 19 to Jan 02
- Follow the exciting escapades of our dashing hero and his loyal band of merry men in this madcap, medieval romp, as Robin fights to restore justice for the people of Sherwood, win the heart of the beautiful Maid Marion and rid the land of the avaricious Sheriff of Nottingham once and for all.
- Haverhill Arts Centre, Haverhill, CB9 8AR
- Dec 20 to Dec 30
- Tickets from £12
- Listen carefully – we will say this only once! BBC TV legend Sue Hodge will be starring in this year’s pantomime. Sue is best known as the hilarious pintsized pocket firework, waitress Mimi Le Bonq in the BBC classic TV series`Allo `Allo
- The Apex, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 3FD
- Dec 23
- At every house Father Christmas eats and drinks the tasty treats that have been left for him. But when he reaches number ten he realises that he’s forgotten to do something rather important and he really, really, really needs a wee!
- Leiston Film Theatre, Leiston, IP16 4BZ
- Jan 12 to Jan 15
- Join Aladdin on his journey from rags to riches, as he encounters the Genie of the lamp, defeats the evil Abanazer and wins the heart of the beautiful Princess
- Quay Theatre, Sudbury, CO10 2AN
- Dec 16to Jan 01
- This year, the Pirates have navigated the river as far as the quayside at Sudbury, to smuggle in a show the whole family will savour!
- With stowaways, pirates, treasure ships and the sea, Treasure Island is a story that crackles with fun.
- Spa Pavilion Felixstowe, IP11 2DX
- Dec 15 to Jan 08
- The Dennis Lowe Theatre Company return to The Spa with another family favourite. Follow Jack and his family as they try to make ends meet in this fabulous new production of one of our best loved fairy tales.
- Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 1AY
- Dec 07 to Dec 11
- A new type of hero, a feisty princess, a sorcerer who’s up to no good and a troop of, well…. Teletubbies! What can it all mean? Yes, it’s nearly panto season again!
- Beccles Public Hall and Theater, Beccles, NR34 9AD
- Dec 23 to Jan 01
- Beccles first proffesional pantomime features stunning scenery, special effects, colourful costumes and is packed full of slapstick, song and laughter.
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