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    THE DUNG BEATLES – ROTARY FUNDRAISER FOR AYLESBURY
    HOMELESS ACTION GROUP AND AYLESBURY FOODBANK

    If you missed the Dung Beatles at the Limelight on 2 March, or just can’t get enough, you’re in luck! Here’s another chance to experience live Beatles music as the Fab Four intended – “definitely not your average Beatles tribute band” (Terry Bloxham of The British Beatles Fan Club) – and you’ll be helping two local charities.

    The Dung Beatles will perform rockers and ballads from across the entire Beatles catalogue including best-loved hits and album tracks.

    Be there and make a difference!

    Promoted by the Rotary Club of Aylesbury Hundreds – click here for Facebook page.

    All proceeds to:

    Aylesbury Homeless Action Group – click here for website.

    Aylesbury Foodbank – click here for website.


    There will be a Foodbank donation point at Queens Park Arts Centre on the night of the gig and in the previous and following week. Please bring along a donation – have a look at the Food Bank website for ideas on what to bring.

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    The Unravelling Wilburys, a band of good ‘ol boys, turn their skills and replicate the sound and songs of the late 80s ‘super-group’ The Traveling Wilburys, where five of the greatest names in rock music history came together: George Harrison, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan and Jeff Lynne of ELO and completed two Wilburys albums, Volumes One and Three though, sadly, Roy Orbison had passed away before Volume Three was recorded.

    So… welcome to Thumper, Blind Melon, Sticky Willy, Walter and Javelin … The Unravelling Wilburys. In a former guise as top Beatles project, Sgt Pepper’s Only Dart Board Band, (The Flab Five), they had toured for 21 years playing at UK festivals, including Glastonbury, and at theatres and music venues across Europe and the UK. They also headlined at a Beatles festival at Montgomery, Alabama.

    Their shows feature the boys take on their songs being usurped by Messrs Harrison, Dylan, Lynne, Orbison and Petty, back in the late 80s at Nashville, Tennessee. The story unravels, as is told in the show, and it comes to be that The Unravelling Wilburys have now stolen back what is rightfully theirs! Not only that, they have stolen some choice solo songs (allegedly) from Messrs Dylan, Lynne, Orbison, Harrison and Petty as compensation... and now happily play them in their shows!



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    Click for more info....The Unravelling Wilburys - Official Website

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    Our in-house comedy team – the Unbound Sketchbook – are back to record more rib-tickling podcasts in front of a live audience.

    This year's recording includes a brand new sitcom script from writer Gareth Johnson, plus a healthy does of improv games!

    The Sketchbook team will also be paying tribute to one of the founder members of the group, Matthew Doherty, who passed away earlier this year.

    'A Tribute To Matthew Doherty' will celebrate Matt's contributions to the group as an actor and writer, with some of the groups' favourite sketches being performed live, plus previously-unreleased outtakes and recordings featuring Matt, and a few surprises along the way!

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

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    OTWAY AND BARRETT
    Nearly Free

    This magnetic bond still holds after more than 40 years of attempted escapes and still loved for their total in-yer-face originality, the contrast between the dead pan humour of Barrett and mad onstage antics of Otway are hilarious to watch. John’s lyrical genius and Willy’s outstanding musicianship (he seems to play almost every stringed instrument known to man, plus a few hybrids of his own making!)

    Ever keen to add a new dimension to the show, Willy has a new addition to his array of instruments. Beware the Moose Homp!!.

    Willy’s interest in making instruments began when he commandeered two guitars made by his dad in 1965. One from an old guitar neck and a scaffold plank which became affectionally known as the Les Dawson, and the other branded the Mk1 Schitstik electric slide of similar pedigree. These instruments were used on many of the early tracks, including Really Free and Racing Cars)

    Was the Last Straw Tour of 2017 to be the end? Willy’s remark “this will be the last time that many of you will see us together again” was often hastily misinterpreted as the final throw of the dice, but the reason given “it’s not us packing up, it’s you lot dying off, you know who you are!” is often overlooked by eager scribes. And so the rumours abound.

    For any Otway/Barrett virgins out there who don’t know what to expect, be prepared for everything from bare-chested theremin playing to wah wah wheelie bin as the duo jump from one hit and 40 near misses to another: An amazing and irreverent performance by two master entertainers.



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  • Join Aylesbury Folk Club for their regular gathering in the Queens Park Annexe.

    Hosted by our resident folk artists - singer Amanda Diamond and guitarist Eddy Richards - these friendly meetings offer folk enthusiasts the chance to perform to a warm and appreciative crowd; all are welcome!

    And if you don't fancy performing you can still come along and enjoy great music, friendly company and even grab yourself a drink from the Limelight bar.

    Performers: £2.50
    Non-performers: £4.50
    Concessions: £3.50

    Please note there is no advanced booking for the 'Folk in the Annexe' events, admission is paid on the door.

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Aylesbury Folk Club - Facebook Group

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    Powerful and energetic, standout act with an ultra confident, no-holds-barred swagger, Gerry Jablonski and the Electric Band have a unique trademark sound and style.
    Their raw and crafty stage show takes the audience on a rollercoaster ride of dangerous, charming and gutsy music with hooks and melodies that cross genres and age groups.

    Their latest CD double A side single was produced by Stacy Parrish who has worked with numerous artists from Elvis Costello to T Bone Burnett and won a Grammy for his work on Robert Plant and Allison Krauss’s Raising Sand album.

    “An absolutely refreshing and life affirming experience. The best band you never heard of” Classic Rock Magazine

    2018 Blues Awards - UK Blues Act of the Year nominee.

    Live national TV appearances on STV and national radio plays including BBC Radio 2



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    Click for more info....Gerry Jablonski - Official Website

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    "A bunch of strong sounding melodies" Steve Lamacq, BBC 6, 2018

    "Such good song-writers" Melita Dennett, BBC Introducing, 2018

    "Brilliant, I wish I sounded like that at my stage of their career" Frank Turner, 2017

    China Bears formed in Somerset in 2015 by twin brothers Ivan and Frazer. The line up was completed after meeting James and Dean at university in Guildford later that year.

    Drawing influence from bands such as: The National, Dry The River, Frightened Rabbit and Snow Patrol, China Bears create misery anthemic indie combining ambient guitars, choral vocals and raw lyric writing.

    They've currently released 3 singles independently with airplay from Huw Stephens on BBC Radio 1, Steve Lamacq on BBC radio 6, John Kennedy on Radio X and Melita Dennett on BBC Introducing.

    After spending the last couple of years extensively playing around the UK they have had notable support slots bands such as: Genghar, The Districts, To Kill A King, Declan Mckenna, The Big Moon. They have just finished recording with Daniel Young at Temple Studios and are set to release new music in 2019.

    China Bears are currently based in Buckinghamshire.



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    Click for more info....China Bears - Facebook Page

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    In 2017 Clive Gregson released Underwater Dancing, an album of brand new songs from the Gregson pen and hit the road for a UK tour.

    Clive Gregson probably needs no introduction: he has toured and recorded with Christine Collister, Richard Thompson, Nanci Griffith, Eddi Reader and Boo Hewerdine, Plainsong and Any Trouble, not to mention releasing 13 solo albums.




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    Click for more info....Gregson & Simcock - Official Website

    Click for more info....Aylesbury Folk Club - Facebook Group

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    Our Fish & Chip Quiz Night is back, after two sold-out nights at the Limelight Theare last year!

    Hosted by Grace & Faye, this special Quiz Night Fundraiser gives you a chance to tuck into some tasty fish'n'chips then put your little grey cells to the test.

    Teams of 6 people max. - teams must be booked in before Tuesday 21st May.

    Food served at 7pm, Quiz starts at 8pm

    Please be sure to confirm your food order at the time of booking - call us on 01296 424332 or email info@qpc.org. (a vegetarian option will be available).

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    OTWAY AND BARRETT
    Nearly Free

    This magnetic bond still holds after more than 40 years of attempted escapes and still loved for their total in-yer-face originality, the contrast between the dead pan humour of Barrett and mad onstage antics of Otway are hilarious to watch. John’s lyrical genius and Willy’s outstanding musicianship (he seems to play almost every stringed instrument known to man, plus a few hybrids of his own making!)

    Ever keen to add a new dimension to the show, Willy has a new addition to his array of instruments. Beware the Moose Homp!!.

    Willy’s interest in making instruments began when he commandeered two guitars made by his dad in 1965. One from an old guitar neck and a scaffold plank which became affectionally known as the Les Dawson, and the other branded the Mk1 Schitstik electric slide of similar pedigree. These instruments were used on many of the early tracks, including Really Free and Racing Cars)

    Was the Last Straw Tour of 2017 to be the end? Willy’s remark “this will be the last time that many of you will see us together again” was often hastily misinterpreted as the final throw of the dice, but the reason given “it’s not us packing up, it’s you lot dying off, you know who you are!” is often overlooked by eager scribes. And so the rumours abound.

    For any Otway/Barrett virgins out there who don’t know what to expect, be prepared for everything from bare-chested theremin playing to wah wah wheelie bin as the duo jump from one hit and 40 near misses to another: An amazing and irreverent performance by two master entertainers.



    Click here for Terms & Conditions

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    'Silent Screams'
    by Learning Through the Arts

    ‘Silent Screams’ is a captivating story of courage, resistance and self–sacrifice.

    Set in Nyasaland (Malawi) in 1917, a church minister’s attempt to stop the forced conscription of local men into the army brings him in conflict with the might of the colonial authority.

    Through a blend of audience participation, African drumming, and physical theatre, the audience are taken on a journey based on a true story less told.

    ‘Silent Screams’ brings to the fore the involvement of Africans in the Great War, just as it replicates the conflict amongst European powers in their African colonies.

    “Very engaging play with great performances and the live African drum was a great touch which added to the atmosphere.”

    “Thought provoking and interactive, engaging and emotional.”

    “Gave me a glimpse into a true unknown story. Well thought out and put together. Well done!”

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    Click for more info....Learning Through The Arts - Official Website

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    'Silent Screams'
    by Learning Through the Arts

    ‘Silent Screams’ is a captivating story of courage, resistance and self–sacrifice.

    Set in Nyasaland (Malawi) in 1917, a church minister’s attempt to stop the forced conscription of local men into the army brings him in conflict with the might of the colonial authority.

    Through a blend of audience participation, African drumming, and physical theatre, the audience are taken on a journey based on a true story less told.

    ‘Silent Screams’ brings to the fore the involvement of Africans in the Great War, just as it replicates the conflict amongst European powers in their African colonies.

    “Very engaging play with great performances and the live African drum was a great touch which added to the atmosphere.”

    “Thought provoking and interactive, engaging and emotional.”

    “Gave me a glimpse into a true unknown story. Well thought out and put together. Well done!”

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Learning Through The Arts - Official Website

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    'Silent Screams'
    by Learning Through the Arts

    ‘Silent Screams’ is a captivating story of courage, resistance and self–sacrifice.

    Set in Nyasaland (Malawi) in 1917, a church minister’s attempt to stop the forced conscription of local men into the army brings him in conflict with the might of the colonial authority.

    Through a blend of audience participation, African drumming, and physical theatre, the audience are taken on a journey based on a true story less told.

    ‘Silent Screams’ brings to the fore the involvement of Africans in the Great War, just as it replicates the conflict amongst European powers in their African colonies.

    “Very engaging play with great performances and the live African drum was a great touch which added to the atmosphere.”

    “Thought provoking and interactive, engaging and emotional.”

    “Gave me a glimpse into a true unknown story. Well thought out and put together. Well done!”

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Learning Through The Arts - Official Website

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    Plus support from Lee Ainley's Blues Storm


    The Troy Redfern Band

    Troy Redfern's star has since been rising fast in the blues world, and the buzz has continued to build with the release of his critically acclaimed album 'Dirt Blues Ritual'. The Troy Redfern Band deliver one of the most exciting high energy blues sets on the circuit today, fusing power, searing musicianship and ferociously creative spontaneity.

    'He's a musical visionary' Blues Matters
    'Master slide guitarist' The Blues Magazine
    'One of the finest exponents of Blues Rock in Britain today' Radio Cardiff



    Lee Ainley’s Blues Storm

    A stunning selection of blues infused grooves from mother and daughter Lee and Tori Ainley, plus the raw untapped talent of teenage guitarist Elliot Young. Together with the driving rhythms of one of the South Coast’s most in demand blues drummers, Simon Griffin and the driving force of the band, bass player Mike Howell, you end up with Lee Ainley’s Blues Storm.


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    Click for more info....Lee Ainley - Official Website

    Click for more info....Troy Redfern - Official Website

  • Join Aylesbury Folk Club for their regular gathering in the Queens Park Annexe.

    Hosted by our resident folk artists - singer Amanda Diamond and guitarist Eddy Richards - these friendly meetings offer folk enthusiasts the chance to perform to a warm and appreciative crowd; all are welcome!

    And if you don't fancy performing you can still come along and enjoy great music, friendly company and even grab yourself a drink from the Limelight bar.

    Performers: £2.50
    Non-performers: £4.50
    Concessions: £3.50

    Please note there is no advanced booking for the 'Folk in the Annexe' events, admission is paid on the door.

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Aylesbury Folk Club - Facebook Group

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    Don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate the early songs of the influential progressive rock band Genesis with leading UK tribute band The Book of Genesis, who faithfully recreate the 1970s era complete with period musical instruments, fabulous costumes, an animated slide show, and atmospheric synchronised lighting in a packed 3-hour show.

    Nigel Betteridge (as Peter Gabriel/Phil Collins) has many years of experience singing the early Genesis songs. This coupled with the theatrical costumes and masks that Gabriel used (including
    “The Flower”, “Bat Wings”, “Magog”, “Crested Britannia” and more) makes for a truly dramatic performance;
    Howard Boder (as Tony Banks) our classically trained keyboards maestro, has gone to a lot of trouble to re-create the early ‘Genesis/Banks’ keyboard sounds. Generous to a fault, Howard tells you how to get these vintage sounds on YouTube (now with over 99,000 hits);

    Bob Arnold (as Steve Hackett) with his Les Paul Gold Top as his main instrument is a hard core devotee of Steve Hackett’s work (including both electric and acoustic repertoires) – marvelling at his jaw-dropping rendition of the Firth of Fifth solo is one of many highlights!

    Kirk Watson (as Mike Rutherford) not only has a multi-instrumentalist role (‘Rickenbacker’ double neck-bass/12-string, bass guitar, bass pedals, 12 string acoustic guitar), but sings backing vocals too – his contribution is, quite simply, awesome!

    Russ Wilson (as Phil Collins) hailing from the sensational Yes tribute band “Fragile”, Russ is unquestionably an incredable drummer. As a pro drummer and teacher, he brings technical authenticity and sensitivty to the role.



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    Click for more info....The Book of Genesis - Official Website

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    Written by Bernard Shaw
    Directed by Hannah Rogers


    Sir Colenso Rigeon has developed a revolutionary new cure for tuberculosis, but a lack of resources means he can only treat a limited number of patients. Soon he must make choices of who to treat and who to abandon – a choice complicated by matters of the heart…

    This brand new production of Shaw's classic play is produced by our in-house storytelling company Unbound, and is presented by kind arrangement with the Society of Authors.

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    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

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    Written by Bernard Shaw
    Directed by Hannah Rogers


    Sir Colenso Rigeon has developed a revolutionary new cure for tuberculosis, but a lack of resources means he can only treat a limited number of patients. Soon he must make choices of who to treat and who to abandon – a choice complicated by matters of the heart…

    This brand new production of Shaw's classic play is produced by our in-house storytelling company Unbound, and is presented by kind arrangement with the Society of Authors.

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

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    Presenting England's traditional songs with a bold and fresh approach, The Dovetail Trio explores familiar narratives and modern themes with infectious energy and a passion for musical heritage.

    The new collaboration effortlessly combines the distinctive voices and acclaimed instrumental talents of BBC Radio 2 Folk Award nominee Jamie Roberts, BBC Performing Arts Award winner Rosie Hood, and Newcastle Folk Degree alumnus Matt Quinn.



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    Click for more info....Dovetail Trio - Official Website

    Click for more info....Aylesbury Folk Club - Facebook Group

  • Join Aylesbury Folk Club for their regular gathering in the Queens Park Annexe.

    Hosted by our resident folk artists - singer Amanda Diamond and guitarist Eddy Richards - these friendly meetings offer folk enthusiasts the chance to perform to a warm and appreciative crowd; all are welcome!

    And if you don't fancy performing you can still come along and enjoy great music, friendly company and even grab yourself a drink from the Limelight bar.

    Performers: £2.50
    Non-performers: £4.50
    Concessions: £3.50

    Please note there is no advanced booking for the 'Folk in the Annexe' events, admission is paid on the door.

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Aylesbury Folk Club - Facebook Group

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    Written by Gareth Johnson, Brian Murray, Dario Knight, Hannah Rogers & Jamie Drew
    Directed by Gareth Johnson

    The Unbound Sketchbook team are back with more pages from their mighty book of sketches.

    In this year's brand-new show the team delve into the world of thespian therapy, dabble in Greek mythology and discover why you really should Mind the Gap on the London Underground...

    This brand new production is produced by our in-house storytelling company Unbound.

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    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

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    David Sinclair Four ( DS4 )

    The David Sinclair Four aka DS4 have roots in blues and rock but with a greater eclectic mix of songs than many bands in the genre. The band is led by singer songwriter guitarist David Sinclair and lead guitarist Geoff Peel. David Sinclair has released five albums and is a IRL recording artist. The latest DS4 release ‘Sweet Georgina’ has had superb reviews and David says;

    “I first came across Georgina in the 1960s. She was a flower child and a femme fatale. She hung out somewhere in the south of England with the Stones and Hendrix and Zeppelin. But her memories stretched back much further, and she could see far into the future. Georgina is eternal. A muse who is music. She's always around when I'm writing songs and working with the DS4. She has become our patron saint. This was the most difficult album I've ever made. The rhythm section emigrated. My wife got ill. I broke my finger three days before we started recording. But I could hear Georgina's call - loud, clean and clear as a bell. Music saves nothing; not your band or your loved ones and least of all your soul. But it breaks through the walls and ceilings and barriers that keep you stuck inside and it shows you the sky. Sweet Georgina loves you all.”

    As a writer and columnist for The Times, Rolling Stone and Billboard, he has chronicled the rock 'n' roll years and now takes centre stage with his band to tell his own musical tale as well as revisiting songs by blues masters from Chuck Berry to Stevie Ray Vaughan. The band make frequent appearances on the London music scene playing at such iconic venues as The Borderline, The 100 Club, The Dublin Castle plus appearances at festivals across the UK.



    Deep Blue Sea

    Deep Blue Sea create new shoots from the old roots, taking the blues out for a walk in the sun and the rain, telling tales from the lives we are all living - playing music for the moment we are in. Deep Blue Sea return to The Limelight after their successful debut appearance playing their funky, soulful blues mix led by Los Angeles vocalist Dregas.

    "Funky, invisible reggae, rockabilly, guitar driven fretboard dexterity, pain and grief and Rock and Roll - you'll love this blues tinged rock without any flotsam and jetsam, once again, the SEA giving up its riches."
    Blues in Britain - 'Live It Up' album review

    "The quality of the playing alone would put this gig up there with the best but this is also great fun; the band obviously enjoy themselves and audiences will always pick up on that. Great performances and big smiles all around the room - that’s a good combination for a great night." Music Riot

    "A breathtaking performance from Deep Blue Sea with a flawless mix of original songs featuring a soulful harmonic voice and driving guitar - we knew this was something special from the first song to the sudden rush to buy CDs at the end." Andy Davies, promoter Woodlands Blues Club



    This is a double header not to be missed !

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    Click for more info....David Sinclair Four - Official Website

    Click for more info....Deep Blue Sea - Official Website

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    A very special performance from the hosts of Aylesbury Folk Club - Amanda Diamond & Eddy Richards.

    Amanda Diamond has been singing in folk clubs for 33 years. Her father Hugh Diamond is a stalwart of the English Folk scene and dragged Amanda everywhere from Sidmouth and Towersey festivals (to name a few) to folk clubs all over the country.

    Starting out in the popular Herga Folk Club, Amanda then went on to have a residency at Capital Folk Club in London and her father's club Maid of Ale in Maida Vale!

    She met her husband, Eddy Richards at the Barnet Folk Club, who has since accompanied her on guitar for 30 years.

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    Click for more info....Aylesbury Folk Club - Facebook Group

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    Two brand new short plays from emerging local playwrights, presented by our in-house production company Unbound.

    Percy & Camille by Jo Pratt
    One:Four:Three by Chris Courtney

    More details on these two exciting new plays will be available soon.

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    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

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    Two brand new short plays from emerging local playwrights, presented by our in-house production company Unbound.

    Percy & Camille by Jo Pratt
    One:Four:Three by Chris Courtney

    More details on these two exciting new plays will be available soon.

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    DISCOUNT PERFORMANCE: This is one of three 'Discount Rate' performances of the show. All tickets are £8.00.

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    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 13th October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

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    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    DISCOUNT PERFORMANCE: This is one of three 'Discount Rate' performances of the show. All tickets are £8.00.

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    DISCOUNT PERFORMANCE: This is one of three 'Discount Rate' performances of the show. All tickets are £8.00.

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    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    This performance will feature sign language interpretation by Marie Biswell, NRCPD registered RSLI

    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 13th October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

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    RELAXED PERFORMANCE: This performance has been specially adapted for audience members with autism - for full information about relaxed shows, please email info@qpc.org

    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 13th October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 13th October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 13th October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 13th October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 13th October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 13th October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 13th October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 13th October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 13th October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

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    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 13th October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 13th October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    This performance will feature sign language interpretation by Marie Biswell, NRCPD registered RSLI

    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 13th October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 13th October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance