Jack and the Beanstalk

@ Gala Theatre and Cinema

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24 November 2016 - 07 January 2017

Various

From £6

Written and directed by Neil Armstrong and Paul Hartley.

After last year’s acclaimed and best-selling Cinderella, Neil Armstrong and Paul Hartley are back to write, direct and star in the Gala Theatre Panto once more as they bring you the heroic and hilarious tale of Jack and the Beanstalk.

Jack (Jamie Brown) has fallen in love with Princess Jilliana (Sarah Boulter), but she has been kidnapped by the evil wizard Fleshcreep (Neil Armstrong). With the help of the good Fairy Moonflower (Sally Collett), his brother Silly Simon (Paul Hartley) and his Mother Dame Trott (Paul Dunn), Jack must climb a giant beanstalk, storm a castle in the clouds and defeat an angry giant if he is to win the heart of the Princess and bring back prosperity to his home town.

Be sure to book your tickets now for this rollicking North East roller coaster ride of Panto mayhem featuring a full supporting cast, dancers, live band…oh and a friendly cow called Milkshake!

For group bookings, please contact our Box Office on 03000 266 600.

BSL performance on Thursday 15 December, 7.00pm

Relaxed performance on Wednesday 4 January, 6.00pm

Venue
Gala Theatre and Cinema
Millennium Place
Durham
DH1 1WA

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