Fly away on a magic carpet ride over the festive period and follow the rags to riches tale where your wildest wishes can come true and anything is possible…. Aladdin is the magical Christmas pantomime that you wished for! At Marine Hall from Thursday 9 December until Sunday 12 December.
With hilarious comedy, songs, dancing, audience participation and more, don’t miss this fantastical family pantomime!
The Marine Hall have once again teamed up with North West Pantomime Company Trio Entertainment to bring the much loved story of ‘Aladdin’ to life this Christmas. Featuring soap star legend Peter Amory best known for his role as the villainous ‘Chris Tate’ in Emmerdale playing the evil Abanazar.
Peter says “I am really looking forward to appearing in Aladdin this Christmas… I have played panto villains a number of times and I love the experience and can’t wait to get back into the pantomime mood again…it’s going to be great fun!”
Producer Kevin Brown adds “We cannot wait to transform the Marine Hall into a magical festive space filled with lots of panto fun this December!”
Make your family’s wishes come true and book your magical carpet ride to Aladdin today!
Tickets are £9.50 for Adults, £9 for Children and a Family ticket is £34 for four people. Group booking discounts for 10 people or more are also available. You can book by calling the Marine Hall Box Office on 01253 887693 Monday to Friday 10am until 3pm or by visiting the website www.wyretheatres.co.uk
Thursday 9 December 2021 – 10am & 2pm
Friday 10 December 2021 – 10am & 7pm
Saturday 11 December 2021 – 1pm & 7pm
Sunday 12 December 2021 – 1pm
The 10am performances on Thursday 9 December and Friday 1 December will be relaxed performances, designed to create an enjoyable atmosphere for anyone who would benefit from a more laid-back experience at the theatre.
During the show subtle changes are made to the sound and lighting effects and the auditorium lights remain on. Audience members are also free to leave the auditorium at any point during the show if they need to take a break from the action.