|22nd Jul 2022 to 23rd Jul 2022|
|Friday 7pm / Saturday 3pm|
Theatre Royal Glasgow
282 Hope Street, Glasgow City Centre G2 3QA
what3words location: backs.exile.really
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There’s panic in Pantoland! Everything is going missing and no-one is able to live happily ever after.
But there is a hero in the form of an unsuspecting Glasgow granny who, along with her grandkids, is drafted in to fix this fairytale fiasco! Will Aladdin find his lamp? Will Cinderella find her glass slipper? And will our heroes finally get back to the Savoy Centre in time to 'bring doon the cloot'?
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