Tweedy’s (Reduced) Pantomime is now available to watch online

You can watch the Everman Theatre’s production of Tweedy’s (Reduced) Pantomime at home over the Christmas holidays. Oh yes you can!

The Everman Theatre is spreading festive joy far and wide this Christmas, with the chance for families across Gloucestershire and beyond to stream Tweedy’s (Reduced) Pantomime from the comfort of their own home.

Costing £10, the filmed version of Tweedy’s (Reduced) Pantomime will be available to watch as many times as you like, for a family treat and plenty of living room booing and hissing after the gifts have been open and the turkey has been eaten, this Christmas.

Read SoGlos's review of Tweedy's Reduced Pantomime to see what shenanigans are in store – with no spoilers!

The Everyman Theatre’s head of sales and marketing, David Allen, said: ‘We know that seeing the Everyman Theatre’s pantomime is a festive tradition for so many families, but due to social distancing we were only able to seat half the capacity for our shows this year and these sold out very quickly.

‘So that we didn’t disappoint any of our loyal customers – and to enable as many people as possible to enjoy the pantomime – we are thrilled to have put Tweedy’s (Reduced) Pantomime online, so families can watch it safely from their own homes over the Christmas holidays.’

As well as giving more people the chance to see Tweedy’s (Reduced) Pantomime, the online show also offers a nice chance for all those who enjoyed the show at the Cheltenham theatre to re-live the fun too.

For more information, and to download Tweedy’s (Reduced) Pantomime, visit

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Monday 21 December 2020

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