ALADDIN

@ Darlington Hippodrome

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08 December 2018 - 06 January 2019

With over 40,000 theatregoers attending pantomime at Darlington Hippodrome each festive season, it’s never too early to book for this year’s show starring television personality, presenter and choreographer Louie Spence alongside last year’s returning stars, Zoe Birkett, Eric Potts and Liam Mellor, and Robin Askwith who completes the line-up as evil villain Abanazar.

Packed with all of the traditional pantomime ingredients audiences expect, ALADDIN features laugh out loud comedy, stunning scenery, beautiful costumes and plenty of boos and hisses. Follow Aladdin, his brother Wishee Washee and of course his mother Widow Twankey, on a spectacular adventure. Expect flying carpets, a wish-granting genie, an evil sorcerer and a lamp-full of laughs, so book your magic carpet ride to old Peking to the magical pantomime Aladdin!

With generous discounts for groups, concessions and special rates for schools available for selected performances, book your seats today to ensure you get the best seats.

 

Relaxed performance: Thursday 13 December 12 noon

BSL Sign Language interpreted performance: Friday 14 December 7pm and Saturday 16 December 5.30pm

Audio described performance: Thursday 3 January 2pm and 7pm

 

Locally sponsored by LNER

Venue
Darlington Hippodrome
Parkgate
Darlington
County Durham
DL1 1RR

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