Tuesday 18 December 2018

Dick Whittington pantomime already breaking records at The Roses

Following the hugely successful production of Sleeping Beauty in 2017, The Roses Theatre has revealed that this year's panto has already broken records, with ticket sales up a whopping 35 per cent.

A traditional family pantomime that delights audiences of all ages year after year, tickets for The Roses’ 2018 show, Dick Whittington, are flying out the door – even though we’re only in May!

With the 2017 panto, Sleeping Beauty, breaking Box Office records, this year looks set to be another smash-hit success; Dick Whittington promises a spectacular show with heaps of music, laughter, and festive fun.

What’s more, the favourite Tewkesbury theatre has announced that family-owned estate agents, Peter Ball & Co, will sponsor the pantomime for the fifth consecutive year.

Speaking of the sponsorship, The Roses’ head of marketing, Caroline Lawrence, said: ‘We’re thrilled to have Peter Ball & Co on board again – not only do we enormously value their support but we always have enormous fun working together – and that’s really at the heart of what pantomime is all about!’

For more information see Dick Whittington pantomime at The Roses Theatre, The Roses Theatre, call (01684) 295074, or visit rosestheatre.org directly.

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Monday 21 May 2018

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