Robson Carew and the Pirates of Crimdon Dene

@ Arts Centre Washington

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10 January 2020 - 25 January 2020

(Friday and Saturdays only) Fridays 7.30pm, Saturdays 2pm + 7.30pm

We proudly present Washington Theatre Groups annual pantomime! This years is ‘Robson Carew and the Pirates of Crimdon Dene’

Well what do you know, our dashing (if somewhat baffled) hero Robson, has just a few days to find his family’s long lost treasure or he’ll lose his ancestral home Downsize Abbey!
Who better to help with this quest than his manservant Bob and his cook Barely Merry? Together they charter a ship full of jolly sailors – but are they really sailors?

Come and help Robson evade his evil brother Seaton Carew and escape form the desert island. Marvel at the magic of Tia Maria the sea witch, and laugh along with the pirate’s (ahem correction sailor’s) cute and clever ship’s monkey. Sing the songs, watch the dancers, catch the sweets and say ‘yo ho ho’ for a merry old time aboard ship. With 100% recycled jokes this panto is destined to reveal hidden treasure, so book your tickets now!

Venue
Arts Centre Washington
Biddick Lane
Fatfield
Washington
Tyne and Wear
NE38 8AB

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