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Panto will definitely not send you to sleep!

Where: The Kings Theatre, Kingsbarton Street, Gloucester

When: Wednesday, December 18, to Saturday, December 21 

It's time once more - oh yes it is - for the Crown Players latest glittering family panto, full of fun and frolics that's guaranteed not to send you to sleep!

But why is Nanny Maybeline having twice as much fun with the incompetent Short and Curly, and what is it that makes Prince Vince ting? Why does Prince Richard look so much like Prince John and will the evil Fairy Belladonna cause the beautiful Princess Rose to be a goner? Why are all the Little Chefs in tiers, and why are the King and Queen so sweet?

And last, but by no means least, will the four good flower fairies ever get completely spellbound? For the answers to all these and much, much more, make sure you make a date with "Sleeping Beauty" at The Kings Theatre, Gloucester. Go on, you know you want to really..... oh yes you do! 

This is an amateur production written and directed by Joy Davis.

Evening performances are at 7.30pm with a Saturday matinee at 2pm.

Advance tickets cost £!0 for adults, £9 for students and over 60s, and £5 for under 16s. On the door, tickets are £12 for adults, £11 concessions and £5 for under-16s.

Advance tickets are available from The Kings Theatre website.

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