The Snow Queen at The Coro

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The Snow Queen at The Coro at The Coro, Cumbria 27 January 2024 Tickets from £15.00 — Book now

This January step inside the magical world of The Snow Queen at The Coro, where mystical fun and freezing frolics await. The stage is set, the frost is glittering, and the residents of Pickle Town are gearing up for a mission of epic proportions – to rescue Hanky from the clutches of the nefarious, ice-cold Snow Queen, who’s stirring up trouble in Pickle Town with that mean wicked witch!

These two baddies have captured one of the Daisy Pickings children, Hanky. With the help of Fairy Snowflake, the entire town sets off on a mission to rescue Hanky from the Snow Queen’s icy grip. Will they succeed in breaking the ice-cold spell and bringing Hanky home?

Prepare for a heartwarming journey filled with laughter and excitement, as the Ulverston Pantomime Society brings this enchanting tale to life, leaving the audience with a solid message of friendship and courage, and showing that even the coldest hearts can be melted by the warmth of togetherness and bravery.

The talented performers, exciting storytelling, and vibrant production design makes this pantomime a must-see for families and theatre enthusiasts alike, with grownups loving it just as much as the little ones! Join the adventure, enjoy the laughter, and witness the magic unfold! The Snow Queen at The Coro is a simple, snowy twist on a classic adventure that will leave audiences of all ages with smiles on their faces and a touch of winter magic to welcome in 2024.

Book your tickets for The Snow Queen at The Coro today and enjoy an ice-tastic super snowy adventure with the whole family.

The Snow Queen at The Coro at The Coro, Cumbria 27 January 2024 Tickets from £15.00 Book now

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