Team B Productions invite you on a magic carpet ride to Old Peking in January, when they bring you a fabulous family Pantomime worth wishing for.
Aladdin appears live at the Leiston Film Theatre from the 12th to the 14th January 2024, with demand for tickets so high, seats for some performances are already limited.
When the wicked Abanazar learns of a magical lamp, that could transform him into the most powerful sorcerer in Pantoland, he tricks Aladdin into retrieving the lamp from a cave. But when a glamorous Genie appears, an adventure begins that will see Aladdin, the Twanky family and the beautiful Princess Jasmine in a battle between good and evil.
The Pantomime has been written by Wayne Burns and is being brought to the stage under his ‘Team B Productions’ title – a group of experienced am-dram performers, whose previous sell-out successes have included shows at Leiston Film Theatre and at the Spa Pavilion Theatre in Felixstowe.
The group have recently enjoyed huge success with a three-night, sell-out run, with their Pantomime for grown-ups, Sleeping Booty and work is already underway on their next family Pantomime for January 2025 and a brand-new comedy-drama for September 2025.
Aladdin promises another fun-filled family pantomime, packed to the panto brim with toe-tapping tunes, a huge helping of audience participation, and plenty of laugh-out-loud slapstick fun.
Film Theatre manager and Pantomime director, Wayne Burns, is looking forward to bringing Aladdin to the stage. “Aladdin is one of my all-time favourite Pantomimes and the entire cast and crew can’t wait to bring our brilliant script to life on stage and perform for such appreciative crowds. Our audiences are in for a real treat” he said.
The Pantomime sees renowned Suffolk musician Tom Horton returning as the musical director and the energetic students from the Chloe Kinrade School of Dance will be making a welcome return to the stage, as part of the Pantomime extravaganza.
Aladdin will be appearing live at the Leiston Film Theatre on Friday 12th (7.30pm), Saturday 13th (3.00pm and 7.30pm) and Sunday 14th (11.00am & 3.00pm) January. Limited tickets are now available, priced £17.95, £16.95 and £14.95.