Aladdin dreams of a better life, but little does he know, his life is about to change forever with the help of a beautiful princess, a sassy genie and his devastatingly attractive mother, Widow Twanky.
Mary Stevens Hospice and their company of dedicated volunteer performers are delighted to be bringing this popular pantomime to Stourbridge Town Hall with 8 shows between Wednesday 27th November – Sunday 1st December. The cast includes Benefit street and Big Brother star “White” Dee Kelly as the Empress of Brum, Alf Rai, who plays Genie of the Lamp and Children’s Entertainer, Wally Wombat as the Dame in his third pantomime for the Charity
The extremely talented cast and production team have been rehearsing tirelessly and as the opening date gets closer and closer the excitement is really setting in.
Amanda Bowen, Deputy Head of Fundraising at Mary Stevens Hospice added: “We are really looking forward to the Pantomime this year, the cast and crew are just fabulous and have worked really hard to make this the best pantomime yet. The public response has been brilliant and tickets have been selling well. By supporting this event and buying your tickets you will help us to support and provide care to local families in their time of greatest need. Get your Panto tickets today, we can’t think of a better way to support your local charity!”
All proceeds from the Pantomime go directly to funding patient care at the hospice.
To book your tickets visit: http://boroughhalls.co.uk/msh-aladdin.html.