The Rock ‘n’ Roll panto The Little Mermaid at The Everyman

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The Rock ‘n’ Roll panto The Little Mermaid at Liverpool Everyman Theatre, City Centre 25 November 2017 — 20 January 2018 Tickets from £10.00 to 30.00 — Book now

Writers Sarah A Nixon and Mark Chatterton have adapted the well-known tail that never flounders. Expect a live band, plenty of laughs and more than a few surprises

Among the cast will be notorious dame Francis Tucker and master of mischief Adam Keast, who will o bring the audience to their feet to dance and cheer or avoid a soaking. The multi-talented cast sing, dance, entertain and play music live and are sure to make The Little Mermaid shrimply the best for all ages.

So dive in to your wardrobe for your laughing trousers, break out the glitter and wave your flashing wand as the legendary Rock ‘n’ Roll panto hake, rattles and rolls at the Everyman once more.

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