- Price of Christmas panto…
Thats only 14 quid each and sound’s pretty good for London. Folk dis it but it’s most kids first theatre experience and an ancient theatre art. It should be compulsory!
We charge £13 in the East end of Glasgow although certain postcodes can get them for as little as £6 or £3. Our budget is tiny and profit is minimal.Posted 4 years agostevestuntsMember
My daughter (approaching three years old) is taking part in the first dance at a show next Friday. She’s in the toddler section of a dance troupe. The entire routine will last less than 60 seconds. In fact, we’ll be lucky if she or any of her co-stars dance at all. It starts quite late, so we’ll be leaving after her dance in order to get her home to bed.
I went to buy the tickets today, expecting them to be four or five quid each at the most. There was a sharp intake of breath when tickets turned out to be a tenner apiece. And I’d said I’d treat the family. Ballbags.Posted 4 years agochakapingSubscriber
Don’t sound too bad.
I wouldn’t bother with London though, plenty of good ones at smaller theatres.
We saw Cinderella at Potters Bar last year, great show with real actors not micro-celebs and genuinely funny.
Shame we’ve moved away, need to find a northern equivalent this year.Posted 4 years ago
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