Get ready for some Christmas cheer with this year’s panto at the Cambridge Arts Theatre
Following an eight-month closure, the Cambridge Arts Theatre has announced that it will be back with a brand-new, feel-good, and COVID-safe panto-themed adventure set to sprinkle the city with Christmas magic.
The show will star the hilarious Matt Crosby as Dame Trott, in what will be his fifteenth Christmas appearance in Cambridge. This year’s line-up also includes Coronation Street’s Stephen Beckett, playing the pantos baddie Count Covidula, as well as West End stars Lucy May Barker and Isaac Stanmore.
Laughter, panto madness, feel-good songs, familiar faces and some much-needed festive cheer
Dave Murphy, Chief Executive at Cambridge Arts Theatre said: “We thought long and hard before deciding to create this year’s show but realised that, this year more than ever before, we need take some control over our own destiny. This is us putting our best foot forward at the end of the most challenging year in our history. Amidst the COVID gloom I can promise you laughter, panto madness, feel-good songs, familiar faces and some much-needed festive cheer. Please join us for the fun. ”
Head over to the Cambridge Arts Theatre website to book your tickets for Dame Trott’s Panto Palaver, which will be running from Friday 11 December until Sunday 3 January.