Pantomania Relaxed Performance

Pantomania Relaxed Performance

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Join us on a Pantomime adventure this Easter as Dick Doddington leaves Telford in his search for fame and fortune. Telford favourites Ian Billings and Phil Butler join panto legend Philip Meeks in a fun filled family show to celebrate 50 years of Telford.

Will Dick defeat the evil Rat and save the day? Will he win the love of Alice? Will Ian Billings sing the famous Telford Song? Find out in this re-imagining of the well known giggle-filled, chuckle-stuffed, joyous fairytale.

A Telford Pantomime, about Telford, made in Telford by Telford people.

Oakengates Theatre will be accessible to a wider audience with a special ‘relaxed performance’ for children and adults who may not be comfortable in a traditional theatre setting.

Relaxed theatre performances are open to all but have been specially designed to welcome families and groups who would benefit from a more relaxed environment, including people with an Autism Spectrum Condition, sensory and communication disorders, or a learning disability.



Venue Levy

Where applicable, advertised ticket prices are inclusive of a venue levy, retained by the venue to maintain our programme of arts and entertainment.


Book Tickets

Adult £15  Child/Concession £12  Family of 4 (minimum 2 children) £50  Rear Tier £8  

Telford Loyalty Card £11

Early Birds £10 before 31 January

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