Panto, Pineiro and Perrier at Stamford Arts Centre
ing fairytale of laughter and joy will captivate all ages with stunning special effects, spectacular scenery, a good helping of fairy dust and a fire breathing dragon.
The show runs from Wednesday ( January 9) to Sunday. Most shows start at 6.30pm and tickets are £ 12 (£ 10 concs, £ 40 family of four).
Other attractions in January include:
nBelly Dancing Workshopwith Ms Jae: Move your body to fabulous rhythms and exotic music in these Turkish Belly Dancing workshops on January 11 and February 22, 7pm to 9pm, £ 7.50 per session
nNowin its eighteenth year, the Fibonacci Sequence is considered one of the UK’s most distinguished chamber ensembles with a wide- ranging discography and impressive reviews. They are appearing on January 12 at 8pm (£ 16 /£ 15).
nNational Theatre Live presents The Magistrate by Arthur Wing Pinero, featuring Academy Award nominee and Tony Award- winner John Lithgow ( Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Shrek, 3rd Rock from the Sun) who takes the title role in this uproarious Victo- rian farce. The January 17 show is sold out, but there are still tickets for the January 20 show ( 2pm & 7pm, £ 14/£ 12).
nThe Sony and Perrier nominated John Shuttleworth ( right) ventures beyond the garden gate to tread the mean streets of Britain after a long absence, in his new show Out of Our Sheds.
An extra date has been added to the run, onJanuary 28 at 8pm (£ 10/£ 9)
For more information on all shows telephone 01780 763203, go to www. stamfordartscentre. com, or email boxoffice@ stamfordartsentre. com