Other spaces at this venue include: The Britannia Music Hall
From8th December 2017
To22nd December 2017
WhenDec 8,9,16,22,23 at 19:00. Dec 9,10,16,17,23 Mats 14:00. Dec 15 20:00 (Adults Only)
What is currently on at Panopticon (V01028953002)

Puss in Boots

Pantomime,when the miller dies his youngest son is disappointed to hear tht all he got is a cat. But he soon discovers that this is no ordinary cat but a cat who can talk and who makes up the most amazing stories and lies.

Archive :: production:T1252426965, panto:S5934, venue:V01028953002

Production details

The land of Panoptica is in peril from the evil Giant Blunderbore and his assistant Demon Moonshade and Tom has returned home to inherit his father's estate before the evil giant steals it. Could Tom's cat hold the key to solving all of Panoptica's problems? Will Harry ever find out what happened to his lost love Kitty? Could the princess Felicia ever fall in love with a commoner like Tom and will her parents Queen Euphemia and King Richard allow it? Join us this Christmas at The Britannia Panopticon ? The World's Oldest Surviving Music Hall for this Purr-fect family adventure to find out.

User Reviews

Callum Oden (14Dec17): We went to see Puss in Boots at the weekend and absolutely loved it . The cast were phenomenal , especially in dealing with the little tech issues and the fact the building is freezing .The girl playing Kitty had a fantastic voice and a real cheekiness about her. Harry and the fairy were really funny too . The princess again had a great voice and nearly had me in tears when she sang no one but you . The show also featured 2 Dames / Male playing female . 1st the evil demon who was fantastic at glaring at the audience and being a glittering diva - OMG those sequin dresses and of course the actual dame - Queen Eugenia - call me Effie - was brilliant and one of the best Dames I have seen in panto in a while , full of saucy humour and a joy every time she/he came on stage . The show is also presented in a very much self aware way which is brilliant - the cast know whatís going wrong as do the audience . Rather than hide it they point it out and make it funny . Yes this show doesnít have the glitz and spectacle of the kings but at Only £7 for a ticket compared to the £20+ we usually pay . It is def worth it although as the building is still fundraising for heating you do need to wrap up warm but the hot apple drink the bar are selling certainly helps and is fantastic . I canít wait to go back and see it again and if I donít get the chance please put me down for a few tickets for next year if you have the same brilliant cast and script .


Author Grant F Kidd
Director Grant F Kidd
Performer Grant F Kidd (Queen Euphemia)

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