Your chance to win panto tickets
PACKED with all of the traditional pantomime ingredients North Wales’ audiences have come to expect, Sleeping Beauty will be spectacularly brought to life with an abundance of jawdropping dance, sidesplitting comedy, sensational song and plenty of festive magic when this iconic show opens at Venue Cymru Llandudno on Saturday, December 7.
Telling the story of a beautiful princess who is placed under a cruel curse by her evil godmother and forced to sleep for 100 years, audiences will be enthralled as they wonder, can true love survive and the handsome Prince Charming break the spell? Can the princess’ friends help save her and who will outwit the evil Enchantress and foil her wicked plans?
Much-loved actress, TV star and Loose Women presenter Sherrie Hewson leads the cast, playing Nurse Temple Savage.
Joining her as Muddles, the hilarious court jester, will be ventriloquist and panto star Kieran Powell and completing the line-up will be Llandudno’s favourite Dame, the fabulous Nigel Ellacott, starring as The Queen.
With star casting, magic, music and comedy, Sleeping Beauty is not to be missed.
To be in with a chance of winning a family ticket for the opening weekend, answer the following question:
In the story Sleeping Beauty, how does the princess fall into her deep sleep?
A) Eats a poisoned apple B) Pricks finger on a spinning wheel
C) Counts too many sheep
Email your answer to: [email protected]plc. com.
Closing date - Sunday, December 1. Winners will be notified by 5pm on Tuesday, December 3.
T&Cs: One family ticket (4 tickets). Tickets valid for Saturday, December 7 at 7pm or Sunday, December 8 at 11am or 3pm only. Tickets cannot be transferred or applied retrospectively.
An email address must be supplied in order for the winner to receive e-tickets to enter the auditorium.
● Pictured, from left, are Kieran Powell (Muddles), Sherrie Hewson (Nurse Temple Savage), Nigel Ellacott (The Queen) and Executive Producer Jonathan Kiley, who are staging Sleeping Beauty at Venue Cymru in Llandudno