Join Aladdin, Widow Twankey and Wishee Washee in their home town of Govan where they are soon to swap the streets of Glasgow for the Pyramids of Egypt on an unexpected and exciting adventure...
Widow Twankey's launderette isn't doing too well, Wishee Washee is up to mischief and to top it all off Aladdin has gone and fallen in love with a Princess! Will he be able to make his wishes come true and defeat the wicked Abanazar? Come and join us for the first ever Govan Community Panto from Pearce Institute and Halo Arts this festive season to find out.
The show is a collaboration between community arts organization Halo Arts, known for their youth theatre programme, community events and work in schools across Glasgow and Pearce Institute, a large south side venue which works to encourage training and employment, promoting Govan as a centre for the creative and media industries, while cherishing the roots and heritage of the community.
TICKETS & PRICING
‘A-Lad in Govan’ runs from 17th-27th December with a schools programme from 15th-23rd-December. (See website for excluded dates)
Tickets for the event are available from TicketSource at our cheap as chips prices of:
£12 for an individual/couple ticket or
£16 for a Family Ticket with unlimited views and the ability to be shared up to 3 times with family members
To add value we’ll be including a message from Santa at the beginning of the show for the kids (and big kids) an electronic version of our programme and lots of interactive elements!
Full details of the show and how to purchase digital tickets are available on our website and Facebook page. Please note the terms and conditions.
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for A Lad In Govan - A Socially Conscious Panto! are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment. All information (whether in text or photographs) is given in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement of representation or fact.
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