Spooky goings on as the countdown to Panto begins!
The Waterside’s sparkling festive panto is on the horizon (oh yes it is!), but before Aladdin flies on to the stage this December, (thanks to the magic carpet!) there’s a spooktacular show, not for the faint-hearted…
Susan Hill’s The Woman in Black is making a haunting appearance Tue 29 Nov – Sat 3 Dec, and promises to be a spine-chiller to remember as this highly-acclaimed ghost story comes dramatically to life, live on stage. Renowned worldwide having been seen by 7 million theatregoers, this gripping production is brilliantly atmospheric, masterful of the power of illusion, and a fine example of controlled horror. An ideal break from all things festive before…
Michelle Collins is ready to strut her stuff in her genie finery, while BBC 3 Counties Breakfast presenter Andy Collins returns with his unique silliness and slapstick, and there’s a Princess in our midst as TOWIE stunner Jasmin Walia plays her princess name sake. Adding more glamour than you can shake a magic lamp at is larger-than-life Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalist La Voix playing Widow Twankey, and rumour has it the most booable baddie in Bucks and beyond is taking to the stage too!
With belly-busting comedy, chart-topping songs, magical sets and costumes, and a cave full of audience participation, make sure you book your tickets to Old Peking this Christmas. Call 0844 871 7607 (calls 7p per min plus phone company’s access charge) or visit atgtickets.com/Aylesbury. Your wish is our command!
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