Christmas has finally arrived at the city's biggest theatre as the annual pantomime opened last weekend to screams of thousands of young fans.
Peter Pan at the Millennium Forum is the biggest show of the year and, with ticket sales already up on last year, it promises to be the must-see family show this festive season.
Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a visit to the North West’s only professional panto and this year, Peter Pan, promises to be a magical and fun filled adventure for all the family! With prices starting at just £10.50, the Millennium Forum’s annual panto is the perfect place to create some priceless Christmas memories for your family this season.
Join Peter, Wendy and the Darling Family on their spine tingling adventures to Neverland where they meet Tinkerbell, Captain Hook and his murderous motley crew. Who will walk the plank on the Jolly Rodger pirate ship?
William Caulfield leads the hugely talented Northern Irish cast as the dastardly, Captain Hook, with local actress, Ellen Hasson, in the title role of Peter Pan. They are joined onstage by Conor O’Kane as the hilarious sidekick, Smee, Annie McCarroll as Wendy and Kathryn Rutherford as Tiger Lily.
Proudly sponsored by the Richmond Centre, Peter Pan at the Millennium Forum is packed with fantasy, bucketfuls of fun and amazing flying stunts. With a powerful mix of celebrity, music, dance and plenty of audience participation, it's guaranteed to entertain and delight children of all ages.
Peter Pan performs at the Millennium Forum from Fri 30th Nov to Sun 30th Dec. Tickets are now available from the Box Office and are priced from £10.50. Telephone 71 264455 or visit millenniumforum.co.uk for bookings. Relaxed Performance and Dementia Friendly Performance takes place on Sun 9th Dec @ 2.30pm. Signed Performance is on Thurs 6th Dec @ 7pm.
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