PANTOMIME GUIDE SOUTH 2021
4 December 2021- 2 January 2022
Meet Peter and the Lost Boys, Tiger Lily and Tinker Bell and get ready for a family show full of fun, fairy dust and pirates galore. Set sail for Neverland and take on Captain Hook and prepare for out-of-this-world flying effects, galleons of laughter and the hungriest of crocodiles.
Noel Brodie, who is back despite popular demand, plays Smee. More cast announcements to come!
Suitable for little ones (and those who never want to grow up!), this festive extravaganza with spectacular sets, dazzling costumes and side-splitting comedy, is on sale now so hook your seats today!
Beauty and the Beast
9 – 31 December 2021
The first Lighthouse panto produced entirely in-house features an amazing cast headed by long-time Lighthouse friend Chris Jarvis and Michelle Collins, star of EastEnders, Coronation Street and Two Thousand Acres of Sky.
When the beautiful Belle bumps into the handsome Prince Valentin – with a little help from Cupid of course – love is definitely in the air. That is until the evil enchantress casts her wicked spell and everything suddenly gets hairy…really hairy.
Transported to a cursed castle and held captive by a hideous beast, can Belle see beyond the monster and fall in love before the last petal falls from the enchanted rose? With love and laughter, music and mayhem, all the elements you’d expect from a classic pantomime come together to make this spellbinding tale a Christmas treat for all the family…C’est magnifique!
The cast also features Wade Lewin (Beast/Prince), whose credits include Bridgerton, the 2019 Disney film adaptation of Aladdin and the West End production of The Lion King, and Poole-born Ross Ericson (Belle’s father Marzipan), an actor-director-producer with a wealth of credits who’s looking forward to appearing in his first-ever panto.
The emerging talents of Alice Rose Fletcher (Belle), Tom Mann (Cupid) and Georgia Grant-Anderson (Belle’s sister Soufflé) complete the line-up.