That time of year is upon us once more, panto season.
Grab your coat and the kids, it’s time to make your annual festive trip to the theatre and enjoy some thigh slapping good fun!

If you are looking for some good old fashioned ‘it’s behind you’ laughs for the whole family, boy have we got some treats waiting for you in Lancashire.

Cinderella at The Grand Theatre, Blackpool

5 Dec - 7 Jan - The most enchanting rags-to-riches fairy tale of them all Cinderella graces the stage of The Grand Theatre this Christmas as pantomime returns to Blackpool. Making his 15th annual appearance the incredible Steve Royle (BBC Radio Lancashire) stars as 'Buttons'.

Snow White at The Muni Theatre, Colne

6 - 21 Jan - Seventies singing sensation Anne Nolan takes on the role of evil Queen Cruella in The Muni's annual panto, along with comedian Lee ‘Goodie’ Goode who plays her snivelling sidekick.

Aladdin at The Dukes Theatre, Lancaster

24 Nov – 6 Jan - Times are tough in the laundry business and Aladdin and his hard-pressed Mum are struggling to survive. But when Aladdin’s long lost uncle turns up, it seems everything could change. Will this charming chancer improve their fortunes?

Beauty & The Beast at King George’s Hall

10 - 31 Dec - King George's Hall are delighted to announce that Stageworks Worldwide Productions will return for the 2017 pantomime season with their take on the classic tale – Beauty and the Beast.

Alice In Wonderland at Darwen Library Theatre

8 - 24 Dec - This is an immortal story about any one of us with an imagination. On this occasion about a girl called Alice who ventures on a journey – a journey of epic proportions – wherever your imagination can take you.

Head to visitlancashire.com were you will lots more fun Christmas events and things to do.

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Grand Theatre
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Blackpool Grand Theatre

Blackpool’s Grade II* listed Grand Theatre attracts the best in award-winning touring companies, including The National Theatre, English Touring Theatre, UK Productions, Opera and Ballet International and the Russian State Ballet.

The Muni Theatre - Colne
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The Muni Theatre - Colne

The Muni is an Edwardian theatre situated in the heart of Colne town centre, offering year-round entertainment for all the family, from live music, big name comedians and dance nights to an annual pantomime. The iconic landmark can hold up to 600 in a seated capacity and 800 standing, including a spacious, seated balcony.

Dukes Theatre and Cinema
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Dukes Theatre and Cinema

Cultural centre and theatre in Lancaster screening a wide range of films and own produced and touring work. Hosts annual outdoor Promenade productions.

King George's Hall
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King George's Hall

King George's Hall in the centre of Blackburn, is one of the area's premier live entertainment complexes and has an exciting programme of music, dance, comedy and variety. Regular events include Georges Comedy Club & the popular Soul Nights.

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