November 30 (Friday) - January 5 (Saturday)
South Hill Park, Ringmead, RG12 7PA
Dick Whittington and his Cat With the success of Beauty and the Beast still ringing in the air, we are pleased announce our 2018 pantomime Dick Whittington and his Cat.
Dick Whittington and his Cat
With the success of Beauty and the Beast still ringing in the air, we are pleased announce our 2018 pantomime Dick Whittington and his Cat.
Performance band A: £21.50, Conc £19.50, Family £74, Group 16+ £15.50pp
Performance band B: £19.50, Conc £17.50, Family £66, Group 16+ £13.50pp
School prices: £10 plus 1 in 10 free.
For Group/School bookings please call the Box Office to book your tickets on 01344 484123.
Booster Seats Available
Booster seats are available for hire during performances in the Wilde Theatre. £1 per seat, limited availability, no reservations. They will be available from the Wilde Theatre Foyer before the performance, payment by cash only.
Important note: Booster seats are NOT permitted for use in the middle and upper tier of the theatre.
Family tickets = 2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children.
Concession tickets = Seniors over 63yrs, full time students and unemployed (in receipt of unemployment benefit).
Babies under 12 months go free if you hold your child during the performance. If you wish to leave your baby in its carrier seat you will need to purchase a ticket.
Disability Bookings: There are a limited number of wheelchair accessible spaces in the stalls of the Wilde Theatre. If you or one of your party has limited mobility please speak to our Box Office team on 01344 484123 before booking. Companions for people with registered disabilities are entitled to a complimentary ticket.
ADULT ONLY Performances – Over 18yrs only
Thu 13, Fri 14, Thu 20 Dec and Fri 4 Jan at 7pm. Children under 18yrs are NOT permitted to attend this performance. Family and child tickets are not available for ADULT ONLY performances.
Tue 4 Dec at 4.30pm will be a relaxed performance where the house lights are left low, pyrotechnics and sound levels reduced.
A relaxed performance is intended specifically to be sensitive to, and accepting of audience members who may benefit from a more relaxed environment, including (but not limited to) those with autistic spectrum conditions, people living with dementia, parents with very young children on their first outing to the theatre, and anyone with sensory and communication disorders or learning disabilities.