Last chance to get £10 Easter panto tickets
Panto fans have up until midnight on Wednesday 31 January to grab their discounted £10 tickets for Telfords first ever Easter pantomime.
“Pantomania” is a unique show celebrating 50 years of Oakengates Theatre as well as 50 years of Telford.
This pantomime story will feature all the traditional pantomime ingredients including lots of audience participation, stunning costumes and sets.
It also has a script packed with comedy Telford references and unique comedy routines celebrating the people and places of Telford – expect references to all parts of the town and its stories and characteristics.
Early bird tickets cost £10 when purchased before Wednesday 31 January 2018. This is a £5 saving on a full priced adult ticket and a £2 savings for children and concessions.
Pantomania will see a return to the Telford stage of leading children’s author and established pantomime writer Ian Billings – famous for the Telford Telford song. Ian has been working with 7 of our local schools to introduce a new Telford song for this unique production.
Appearing alongside him will be the comic legend Phil Butler who memorably played ‘Wishee Washee’ in Aladdin in 2013 and ‘Hugo Le Gaff’ in Beauty and the Beast in 2014. There will be gags galore to have your rolling in the aisles!
The production is also providing the opportunity for junior and senior dancers to be part of this celebration production.
Book online at www.theplacetelford.com by calling the box office on 01952 382382, or in person at the theatre or Southwater One in Telford Town Centre.
Council leader, Shaun Davies, said: “We are delighted to be staging the town’s first ever Easter pantomime to celebrate both Telford’s 50th birthday and 50 years of Oakengates Theatre. Telford is renowned for its panto success with people travelling from all over each year so what a unique way of celebrating the theatres five decades.
“We hope this early bird offer will allow even more people to come and join in with the fun and create lasting memories of their own of Telford and our theatre.”