An adult take on the festive panto, all for charity
Eke out that festive feeling for a little longer this month with a trip to see the Addenbrooke’s Charity Pantomime at the Mumford Theatre from 24 to 28 January. Not suitable for children, The Clinical Trials of Hercules follows the adventures of Hercules on a mission to save the Clinical School from the plans of the evil Hadean and his Malignant Dean Team. But what are Hadean’s dastardly schemes, and will the heroes be able to complete the Clinical Trials that stand between them and their futures as doctors?
A student production by Cambridge Clinical School of Medicine, the show is packed to the rafters with medical gags and songs, as well as a whole lot of panto-obsessed consultants.
The shows are at 7.30pm and tickets are £12 (£7.50 concessions).