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Preston panto breaks record and Aladdin for 2017 already on sale

Posted on - 31st December, 2016 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - Christmas, City Centre, Events, Kid's stuff, Preston City Centre
Charlotte Dalton as Jill Pic: Michael Porter

Charlotte Dalton as Jill Pic: Michael Porter

This year’s Preston panto has broken box office records at the city’s Guild Hall.

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Jack and the Beanstalk, produced in-house by comedian Phil Walker, has been met with rave reviews – and ticket sales. This year’s panto, the first taking the show back in-house, has sold 3,000 more than the previous year.

Performances continue until Thursday 5 January and advance tickets for next year’s panto Aladdin have already begun to sell.

This year’s cast included Marvyn Dickinson (CBBC’s Class Dismissed) as Fleshcreep, Ian Good as the Dame, Linda Nolan as The Fairy and Charlotte Dalton as Jill.

Linda Nolan as The Fairy Pic: Michael Porter

Linda Nolan as The Fairy Pic: Michael Porter

Aladdin tickets are priced £16 for children, £19.50 for adults. Group bookings can be made for 20 or more people with tickets reduced to £13.50 and a family ticket (two adults, two children) is £60.

Schools can also book at £10 per ticket, and £1 off for each ticket if booked before 31 October 2017.

Aladdin is on from Tuesday 12 December 2017. Tickets are available from the Guild Hall website.

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