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Jenny Douglas, Gavin Mitchell and Karen Dunbar star in Aladdin at the King's
Jenny Douglas, Gavin Mitchell and Karen Dunbar star in Aladdin at the King's

GLASGOW

ALADDIN, King's Theatre

Dec6 - January 12

Last year's Cinderella cast return to bring you another festive classic in the form of Aladdin. Panto favourite Karen Dunbar plays the role of Slave of the Ring, while Wicked star Kieran Brown takes is our hero Aladdin.

Let the cast sweep you into the festive season on their magic carpet this Christmas.

Tickets: £10.90-£32.40.

Tel: 0844 871 7627

PINOCCHIO, Pavilion Theatre

November 27 - January 19

Featuring local It Girls Michelle McManus and Shebhan Littlejohn, Pinocchio at the Pavilion promises "good clean family fun." Telling the classic tale of the boy who lied with a Glasgow twist, this is one night that is definitely worth a "nosey" at.

Tickets: £12.50-£20.50.

Tel: 0141 332 1846

DICK McWHITTINGTON, SECC

December 14 - January 5

A star-studded cast comes to the SECC this festive season with The Krankies and John Barrowman giving us their take on the classic Dick Whittington. There will be 3D sequences, audience participation and a Scottish theme as the story of the London mayor and his ratting cat is played out.

Tickets: £13-£28.50

Tel: 0844 481 889

PETER PANTO AND THE

INCREDIBLE STINKERBELL

Tron Theatre

November 29-January 4.

Flatulent fairy, Stinkerbell is determined to work her smelly magic on ever-young Peter and all is going well until West End Wendy turns up. Find out how the story unfolds when Captain New Look comes along too.....

Tickets: £8-£18. Family tickets and concessions available.

Tel: 0141 552 4267

EAST RENFREWSHIRE

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Eastwood Park Theatre

December 3 - December 7

Watch the youngsters from Harlequin Youth take to the stage in their own hilarious adaption of the Disney classic set in 18th-Century France.

Tickets: £12-14

Tel: 07593 093028

CINDERELLA

Montgomery Hall Eaglesham

December 4 - December 7

Eaglesham Music and Drama Group present this Christmas take on the classic tale. Join them in the hunt for Cinders' lost slipper. It's behind you!

Tickets £6-£8

Email for tickets: EMDGtickets@hotmail.com

MOTHER GOOSE

Eastwood Park Theatre

December 9 - December 14

Join the team from the Runway Theatre in their adaption of the classic egg-stavaganza. Telling the well-loved tale of Mother Goose, this outrageous show is well worth a gander.

Tickets: £10-£14

Tel: 0141 577 4956

EAST KILBRIDE

ALADDIN

East Kilbride Village Theatre

December 9 - December 21

Let the Repertory Theatre Club delight you with their genie-ious performances this Christmas. Cheer Aladdin and boo Evil Abanazar as talented local children join the cast.

Tickets: £5.50-£7.50 Concessions available.

Tel: 01355 248669

RUTHERGLEN

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK

Rutherglen Town Hall

December 14 - December 28

There'll be plenty of Fe-Fi-Fo-Fumming at this performance of Jack and the Beanstalk. Join Jack in his adventures as he climbs to a world he never thought existed.

Tickets: £10-£11.50. Group discount and concessions available

Tickets only available at the door.

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ALADDIN

The Gaiety

December 7 - January 5

A star studded cast grace the Gaiety for this Christmas performance of Aladdin. With River City's Nalini Chetty and Holby City's Phoebe Thomas.Tickets: £13.50-£16.50

Tel: 01292 288235

KILMARNOCK

JACK AND THE

BEANSTALK

Palace Theatre

November 23 - December 29

Festive fun is to be expected at this giant performance of the panto classic Jack and the Beanstalk.

Tickets: £15.68-£17.92

Tel: 01563 554900

PAISLEY

MOTHER GOOSE

Paisley Arts Centre

November 29 - December 30

PACE's performance of a Christmas panto is part of every Paisley Christmas and this is no egg- ception. Join the cast in performing the festive-favourite Mother Goose.

Tickets: £9-£18.50

Tel: 0300 300 1210

MOTHERWELL

THE WIZARD OF OZ

Motherwell Theatre

November 20- January 5

Motherwell Theatre reprise the classic tale of Dorothy and her quest for Oz. Follow the cast down the yellow brick road as they sing and dance their way to the Emerald City.

Tickets: £11-£14

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