A SPECTACULAR PANTOMIME FOR ALL THE FAMILY!
RESCHEDULED FROM 2ND JANUARY 2021
Thu 30th December 2021, 5:00pm
Tickets: £20.75 to £25.75
Family Tickets (2 adults, 2 children or 1 adult, 3 children): £80.00 to £87.00
Group Discounts available - Please Call
Unleash the beast and the magic of pantomime with this year's sparkling fairy tale in a special relaxed and Autism Friendly performance. Call box office with any queries.
Join Belle (Milkshake's Olivia Birchenough), The Beast (West End’s Shaun Dalton), Fairy Bon Bon (Gavin & Stacey’s Melanie Walters), larger than life Polly La Plonk (top dame Quinn Patrick) and her cheeky chappy son Louis La Plonk (Sean Jones, returning as comic) as they are transported to a cursed castle, under the spell of an evil enchantress.
Can the wicked Hugo be defeated, can Belle see beyond the Beast and fall in love with her captor, will the Beasts heart be melted by Belles beauty?
With an unmissable transformation moment, slide splitting comedy, stunning sets and costumes, and an award winning script (Best Script – Great British Pantomime Awards 2019), join us for a must see, magnificent adventure.
Book early to secure the best seats.
Praise from 2019's Snow White & the Seven Dwarves
"Throughout the show, the singing and dancing was brilliant, the costumes were amazing (especially those of Nurse Dolly!), and the show was thoroughly enjoyable." - Alison Jones, Writebase
"Highlights included the singing and dancing by the children and young people from the Hoylake School of Dance who were very talented and like true professionals didn’t miss a beat." - Writebase
"This year's pantomime appeals to the child in us all ... isn't that right, boys and girls." - Wirral Globe
"Sean Jones is a standout as he almost drapes the show together and makes good use of some of his great one-liners as Muddles alongside the hilarious dame stalwart Philip Meeks as Nurse Dolly" - Liverpool Echo
"On stage Sean is like the human equivalent of one of the rabbits in the TV battery ads. From his opening athletic entrance to the 'shout out' and song sheet scenes he exudes the spirit of pantomime." - Wirral Globe