Sleeping Beauty The Magical Family Pantomime
Carnegie Theatre, Workington
Workington and District Amateur Musical Society have dreamed up the perfect family pantomime for you this Christmas. The enchanting tale of Sleeping Beauty runs at the Carnegie Theatre, Workington from Monday 26 December 2011 until Monday 2 January 2012.
Sleeping Beauty tells the tale of a beautiful princess who pricks her finger and falls into a deep sleep - thanks to an evil spell cast upon her by the wicked fairy. Join us this Christmas to find out if her true love will be able to awaken her and save the kingdom from the evil fairy's enchantment. With show-stopping song and dance, larger than life characters, colourful costumes and spectacular sparkling sets this year's pantomime is guaranteed to cast its magical spell over young and old.
Written by: Reg Jenkinson
Directed by: Eric Finlay
Choreography by: Susan Houghton
Musical Director: Clark Wilkinson
Performance Dates and Times
Monday 26th December 1400
Tuesday 27th December 1400 & 1730
Wednesday 28th December 1900
Thursday 29th December 1900
Friday 30th December 1900
Monday 2nd January 1400 & 1730
Standard Entry - £8.50
Family Pass - £30.00
(Family Pass allows entry for two adults and two children or one adult and three children)
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