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21st Oct, 2021

Panto returning to Bromsgrove (Oh yes it is) as All and Sundry stage Peter Pan

Tristan Harris 6th Oct, 2021 Updated: 6th Oct, 2021

PANTO will return to Bromsgrove (Oh yes it will) when All and Sundry performs Peter Pan – An Awfully Big Adventrure at Bromsgrove School’s Cobham Theatre.

The theatre group used to perform its good old-fashioned fun, laughter and panto magic to sell-out audiences at Artrix but the venue is currently unavailable after the operating trust went bust and it is now being used as a vaccination centre.

Director Alison Berrisford said: “Our theatres have had a really difficult 18 months as we’ve weathered the ongoing impact of Covid-19.

“We’ve done all we can within the Government restrictions, and now that life is hopefully feeling a little more normal for everyone, we’re delighted to be able to bring All and Sundry’s annual pantomime back for our audiences.

“The venue may be different but our dedication to bringing our audiences a Pantomime to remember remains the same.”

The group is pulling out all the stops to make this the town’s most spectacular pantomime yet.

As well as a talented cast, there will also be breathtaking special effects, colourful scenery and costumes plus plenty of traditional audience participation to keep the whole family entertained.

Panto has become an annual tradition for many families in and around Bromsgrove who will no doubt welcome its return.

Alison added: “Peter Pan promises to be a fantastic show and we hope many people will take the chance to get back out and enjoy this family favourite.”

Performances take place at 7pm each night between December 16 and 23 with matinees at 2pm on December 18 and 19.

Tickets start at £13.50.

Click here or call 01527 579679 to book.

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