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Escape to a world of magic with Aladdin pantomime

PUBLISHED: 13:24 12 December 2014 | UPDATED: 13:24 12 December 2014

All the elements are coming together as final preparations are made to Aladdin, the family panto that takes to the stage on December 20 at St George's Great Yarmouth

All the elements are coming together as final preparations are made to Aladdin, the family panto that takes to the stage on December 20 at St George's Great Yarmouth

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The final preparations are being put to Great Yarmouth’s very own professional pantomime Aladdin.

The production promises to be a spectacular delight for the whole family who can buy a ticket for two adults and two children for only £36.

Organisers say a fantastic cast is waiting to take audiences on an amazing adventure to old Peking this Christmas, with Widow Twankey, Wishee Washee and Aladdin to name but a few.

There will be 23 performances this Christmas time.

A spokesman said: “Fasten your seat belts for a magical ride of mystery, sparkling romance and dazzling adventure with this year’s lavish production of Aladdin, where audiences can escape to a world of magic, where adventure beckons on this pantomime flight of spectacle, slapstick and song!

“Producer/director Gavin Dean has created a magic spectacle once again and guarantees this magical carpet ride of a journey will be spectral. The cast are joined once more by the NabJab dance school.”

The opening show is on December 20 running until February 4 and tickets are selling fast.

To book, call the box office on 01493 331484 or go online at www.stgeorgestheatre.com. Tickets start from £8.50.

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