Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto: Sleeping Beauty at Liverpool Everyman

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto: Sleeping Beauty at Liverpool Everyman
Photo by Robert Day.

The Everyman Rock ‘n’ Roll panto Sleeping Beauty at Liverpool Everyman Theatre, Hope Street 23 November 2019 — 18 January 2020 Tickets from £15.00 — Book now

Writing duo Sarah A Nixon and Mark Chatterton have teamed up with musical director Greg Last to make the classic fairytale of Sleeping Beauty as cool as it can be. We’re thrilled that Liverpool’s favourite Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto returns to the Everyman for another rocking and rolling sell-out success.

After all, the Everyman’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto is as much of a festive tradition as matching Christmas jumpers and a trip to Father Christmas’ grotto.

Bursting with plenty of laughs and more than a few surprises, The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto will bring a live band, plenty of singing and energetic dancing for all ages to join in with. Sleeping Beauty is sure to bring audiences to their feet to dance and cheer, getting everybody in the mood for Christmas.

Most pleasingly, the Rock ‘n’ Roll panto will include an autism-friendly/relaxed performance on Monday 13 January. There will also be a British Sign Language performance on Monday 6 January, a captioned performance on Saturday 11 January and two audio described performances on Thursday 9 January.

With a super reputation year after year, early booking is highly recommended for the Liverpool Everyman’s Christmas production. Packed with singalong anthems, The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto is recommended for ages 3 and up and promises to be a cracking seasonal extravaganza.

The Everyman Rock ‘n’ Roll panto Sleeping Beauty at Liverpool Everyman Theatre, Hope Street 23 November 2019 — 18 January 2020 Tickets from £15.00 Book now

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