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Final performance of Aladdin set for this afternoon at Skegness’s Embassy Theatre

The principal cast and dance team of the Aladdin held at The Embassy Theatre, saying a big thank you to everyone who came to see them and for creating such a brilliant atmosphere.

The principal cast and dance team of the Aladdin held at The Embassy Theatre, saying a big thank you to everyone who came to see them and for creating such a brilliant atmosphere.

 

The final performance of the Christmas pantomime in Skegness is being held this afternoon on New Year’s Eve set for 2pm.

The pantomime season got off to a flying start earlier in December delighting over 4,000 school children from the local area across five morning performances put on especially for their end of term treat before opening up to daily family audiences from December 20 until today.

“We have been inundated with positive feedback, with many families coming back to see the show a second time,” said the Embassy Theatre’s Pollyanne Trapmore-Shaw, speaking before the final show.

“Audience numbers are holding their own in comparison to previous years and we are delighted to have had record numbers of school children attend, which proves that even in the financially austere and challenging times we live in that good festive family fun is still high on the Christmas wish list,” she added.

Tickets for the Embassy Theatre’s 2014 pantomime, ‘Jack and The Beanstalk’, are now on sale.

And pantomime producer, Jamie Marcus confirmed it as being one of his favourite shows.

“Jack and The Beanstalk is one of my favourite pantos, especially as our production will have an incredible 14 foot tall giant,” he said.

“It’ll be packed with well known songs, great comedy and, together with the amazing giant, it will be another production not to be missed,” he added.

Tickets are now on sale, with a £2.50 discount available off the majority of performances until June 1.

For tickets visit www.embassytheatre.co.uk or call 0845 674 0505.

 

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