Date: Wednesday 3rd December 2014 to Sunday 11 January 2015
Location: Civic Theatre
Time: Various performances
Produced by: Shone Productions in association with Rotherham MBC
Price: Children £11.00 – £12.00, Adults £13.00 – £14.00 and
Family Ticket* £44.00 – £48.00
*Family Tickets – 4 tickets to include a minimum of two children
Under 2′s go for FREE: Children under the age of 2 years go for FREE but must have a valid ticket, these can only be obtained in person or by calling the Box Office on 01709 823621.
Gala Night: All tickets £10.00 on Friday 5 December, 6.30pm
This Christmas, Shone Productions are delighted to be flying into Rotherham Civic Theatre with the magical pantomime adventure, Aladdin. Join us for a beloved tale filled with love, comedy, laughter, music and lots of sparkle!
There is only one way to find out – come and see this spectacular production featuring “The Beast” Mark Labbett from ITV game show ‘The Chase’ as the evil Abanazar, who is joined by ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ semi-finalist, the hilarious comedian Ricky K as ‘Aladdin’, West End Star Alexandra Hans as the beautiful Princess Jasmine and Mark Hudson who returns by popular demand as our panto dame ‘Widow Twankey’.
Accompanied by a talented professional cast with beautiful scenery, stunning costumes, dazzling song and dance routines, and hilarious jokes plus lots of audience participation accompanied by a fantastic live band.
Don’t miss this magical festive treat! May all your wishes come true during this festive season – join us for a magic carpet ride of a pantomime.
See what fun is in store! View and share the Aladdin official launch video trailer
Visit the Aladdin page for more information.
‘Widow Twankey’s comical costumes are the star of the show in Shone Productions’ fresh and hilarious panto at the Rotherham Civic’
– The Stage
‘All the ingredients for a great family night out. The stage is decked out beautifully, with painted backcloths worthy of a true artist… The costumes too are truly lavish, with loads of satin and sequins all round. Ricky K of Britain’s Got Talent fame is brilliant in the lead role of Aladdin. He comes over as an energetic hybrid of a Chuckle Brother, Billy Pearce and Norman Wisdom all rolled into one, who builds up a really good rapport with the audience’
– The Public Reviews
‘The pantomime has the audience in hysterics’
– The Star