Hook Your Tickets for the all singing all dancing Peter Pan at St Helens.

American Strickly Come Dancing star Brian Fortuna steps into the role of The Boy Who Never Grew Up in the latest in a long line of critically acclaimed Theatre Royal Pantomimes.

Don’t miss this all-out entertainment show this year with the former Strictly Brian flying high in the roll of Peter. When he moves, he moves and the audience knows it!

His Latin dance number certainly gets the fans screaming, along with his catchy hip moving, hand clapping songs. But, says Brian, “working with the children in the pantomime is really awesome” “They’re so enthusiastic and excited” and this definitely comes over in the show from both stage and audience.

All this panto excitement shows in the festive feistiness, with brilliant audience participation; and if you want aerial acrobatics then Brian will give it, you have it in full.

Fun, laughter, classic gags, with a ‘cake of the day’joke ‘Nigella’ style, there are even Saatchi jokes thrown in for good measure. With a touch of slapstick comedy from the band of pirates and the magic of Tinkerbell, it all adds to the ingredients of an good night out for all the family.

Helping out with the not to be missed production are, the old St Helens favourites bringing this much loved classic fairy-tale to life. Master of Illusions Richard De Vere had me falling about with laughter last year with his antics and as the infamous Captain Hook, he hasn’t lost his touch especially with the ’12 Days of Christmas’ St Helens style.

Nick Cochrane, as Smee still has voice and actress Leah Murphy as Wendy along with Radio City’s Claire Simmo as Tinkerbell add a superb touch of glamour to the whole performance.

Take yourself and family on a magical journey down the East Lancs to St Helens where dreams are born, and time is never planned.
Just think of happy things, and your heart will fly on wings, to Peter Pan, St Helens Theatre Royal from December 6 to January 12.
Tel 01744 756 000

One response to “Hook Your Tickets for the all singing all dancing Peter Pan at St Helens.”

  1. Barry Lyndon says :

    I have to say that the actor who plays Dame Laughing Water, Simon Foster, is the best Dame I have seen in years. He has the old comedians touches to a tee and is a mixture of Les Dawson, John Inman and Christopher Biggins. I hope that they use him next year for Jack and the Beanstalk. A genius who had us all in stitches with his mannerisms and his shifting of the bra!

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