Aladdin – 50th Anniversary Pantomime!

A Seaton Delaval Pantomime Society production
Written by Tom Whalley
Friday 2nd to Saturday 10th December 2022 | Evenings at 7pm – Matinees at 1pm

An evil magician, has discovered the secret to becoming Master of the Universe. All he needs is an enchanted oil lamp hidden away for many years in a lost cave but only the ‘chosen one’ is allowed to set foot inside. Meanwhile, Aladdin dreams of marrying the beautiful Princess Jasmine but a penniless laundry boy could never hope to have the love of a royal. Could he be the chosen one?

Join us on flying carpet adventure as we celebrate 50 years of Seaton Delaval Pantomime Society! Aladdin, Window Twankey, Wishee Washee and the gang are back in a hilarious show for the whole family, packed full of all of the usual show-stopping songs, dazzling dance routines and hilarious knockabout comedy with bags of audience participation and fun.

Dates and Times
Friday 2nd December at 7.00pm
Saturday 3rd December at 1.00pm
Saturday 3rd December at 7.00pm
Sunday 4th December at 1.00pm
Monday 5th December at 7.00pm
Tuesday 6th December – No performance
Wednesday 7th December at 7.00pm
Thursday 8th December at 7.00pm
Friday 9th December at 7.00pm
Saturday 10th December at 1.00pm
Saturday 10th December at 7.00pm

Ticket Prices
Full Price: £11.00
Child: £10.00 (under 16)
Concession: £10.00 (60+)
Family Ticket*: £38.00

*A family ticket admits 4 people
2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children

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Images from Robinson Crusoe and the Pirates 2021 – Paul Hood

| Cast

Aladdin – Lewis Hill
Princess Jasmine – Ellee Jacobson
Wishee Washee – Stu Bennett
Widow Twankey – Mick Blewitt
Abanazar – Laurence Hill
Slave of the Ring – Katie Jackson
Emperor of China – Chris Orchard
Genie of the Lamp – Thea Hillman
So-Shy – Amber Jessop

| Creatives

Producer – Seaton Delaval Pantomime Society
Writer – Tom Whalley
Directors – Lorna-Beth Pearson & Stu Bennett
Musical Director – Gareth Miller
Choreography – Katie Jackson & Hannah Lazenby
Stage Managers – Neal Armiger & Michael Iley
Wardrobe – Jo Marnock & Sue Walton
Technical Manager – Mark Turner