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Eric’s Christmas Panto

Monday 2 December–Saturday 14 December 2019

David Graham Productions

The perfect ‘60s musical for Christmas!

It’s coming up to Christmas and Eric’s joined an amateur dramatic society (for all the wrong reasons). They’re about to put on a production of everyone’s favourite panto, Cinderella, and Eric’s been cast as one half of the Ugly Sisters.

However, behind-the-scenes, things are far from a fairy-tale. The Fairy Godmother can’t find her sparkle, the Wicked Stepmother is busy being happy, Buttons really is in love with Cinderella and Prince Charming is anything but!

As real-life jealousies, arguments and relationships spill over onto the stage, will the clock strike midnight on the production? Or can Eric find a way to stop them all turning into pumpkins?

Whatever happens, the show must go on, and there’s no doubt this show will be filled with plenty of 60s music and loads of laughter to make this the perfect festive night out!

Monday 2 December–Saturday 14 December 2019

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