The World’s Biggest Panto is coming to Birmingham

“…With a cast of over 100 performers including celebrity funny men Bradley Walsh and Paul O’Grady, and children’s TV stars Dick and Dom, the World’s biggest pantomime will run from 20-24 December 2015. Fun for all the family, witness spectacular performances, including a visit from Santa Claus himself, plus stunning 3D mega vision special effects!…”

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The World’s biggest Panto is coming to Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena this December. Combining a huge cast of over 100 performers, and taking place on an enormous stage in Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena, ‘Cinderella’ is going to be a spectacle not to be missed. The new pantomime takes all the classic elements of panto, and then makes them 100 times bigger and better. There will be a 50ft Castle where the ball will take place, stunning costumes and brilliant set pieces that will transport the whole audience towards Christmas and the festive season in true style.

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With a cast including Bradley Walsh, Paul O’ Grady and Dick and Dom, the show promises to be hilarious, with jokes coming thick and fast. Expect all your usual pantomime jokes and schemes, but with a marked differences, including 3d effects and, the novelty value of being the biggest pantomime around.

 

Cinderella – The World’s Biggest Pantomime

20 – 24 December 2015, Barclaycard Arena

http://www.barclaycardarena.co.uk/whats-on/cinderella

Information

Performance times:

Sunday 20 December 7.15pm

Monday 21 December 2.30pm & 7.15pm

Tuesday 22 December 2.30pm & 7.15pm

Wednesday 23 December 2.30pm & 7.15pm

Thursday 24 December 11am & 3pm

 

Tickets priced at £46.06, £38.50 & £27.70 (including admin fee & 70p facility fee) + £2.55 fulfilment fee.

Tickets on sale now from www.cindersbham.co.uk or 0844 338 8000.

 

 

3 thoughts on “The World’s Biggest Panto is coming to Birmingham

  1. I need to remember to check out the local panto for my step kids! We don’t really get ‘proper’ celebs in ours though haha, Grimsby doesn’t really attract the names!

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