It’s beginning to look a lot like… Peking.
Panto opened last Friday at the Broadway Theatre Catford as Aladdin flies in on his magic carpet to take you on the adventure of a lifetime.
Things in panto land have been hotting up ready for opening night on Friday Dec 7, with rehearsals in full swing.
Rush and Cambers – the Genie of the Lamp who is busy preparing to make your Christmas wishes come true said: “I’m really looking forward to performing to all the families who are going to come and watch us this year, to bring a whole load of holiday fun and joy to them!
I love everything about panto – the silliness, the fun, the magic and the enjoyment everyone get out of the show.”
Make sure you visit www.broadwaytheatre.org.uk to book your tickets to meet the brave Aladdin, the rebellious Princess, larger than life Widow Twankey, the dastardly Abanazar and become part of Wishee-Washee’s gang!
Aladdin runs at the Broadway Theatre until December 30.
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