Posted: Thu 5th Dec 2019

Rapunzel at Grove Park Theatre for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Dec 5th, 2019

Rapunzel at Grove Park Theatre

Location: Grove Park Theatre, Wrexham

Date / Time: 12th December to 4th January

Prices: Adults £10.50. Children (16 and under) £8.50. Family (multiple of 4) £34.

Let your hair down this holiday season and join us at Grove Park Theatre for the hilarious, the heartwarming, the hair-raising tale of the one and only RAPUNZEL.

A first for Grove Park Theatre, experience the story as you’ve never experienced it before as we join our fully-follicled, feisty friend Rapunzel as she sits in her tower, singing out of the window, dreaming of joining life in the villages and towns below.

Stopping her dream is Madam Gothel, an evil witch posing as her adoptive mother, keeping her locked away for a dark and secret reason. Action, adventure and magic come to the stage as Rapunzel makes her escape and experiences outside life for the first time.

With Cheryls and dames and jokes and songs – Grove Park Theatre has been delighting audiences of all ages for nearly four decades. Come see why we’re Wrexham’s Favourite Pantomime.

The director of Grove Park’s production, Andrew Maskall, says: having swapped my Dame’s Bloomers for my Director’s Slacks, it has been an utter joy to see everyone’s hard work paying off for this unique show.”

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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