Posted: Sun 25th Nov 2018

Aladdin and The Lamp for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Sunday, Nov 25th, 2018

Aladdin and The Lamp

Location: Grove Park Theatre, Hill Street, Wrexham, LL11 1SN

Date / Time: Various – please see theatre website for details

Prices: Adults £9.50. 16 and under £7.50. Family (4 tickets) £30.

What would you do with three magic wishes? Well why not use one to join us at Grove Park Theatre this holiday season as we invite you to the spectacular pantomime Aladdin and the Lamp.

Meet Aladdin – a poor boy who is about to cross paths with destiny and go on the ride of his life where danger, excitement and hilarity await. Our story sees us in China where the evil Abanazar is hunting for the fabled Lamp; the owner of which will have access to all the magic in the world. But Abanazar can not do this alone and needs the help of a young brave man – enter Aladdin. Can Aladdin trust Abanazar? Will good save the day? And what exactly is in this Lamp?

All your favourite pantomime characters are there: the brash but “beautiful” Widow Twanky, the hapless and hilarious Wishy Washy…, even the Emperor of China makes an appearance! And, did I just see a Panda?

Come along to Grove Park Theatre and discover why our pantomimes have been beloved by Wrexham audiences for over 35 years! There’s going to be music, magic and merriment so book your ticket today and don’t miss out!

Please NOTE
ALL Children MUST have their own seat
The Pantomime may not be suitable for children under 3 years old

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