FREE ‘Aladdin’ pantomime tickets in Staffordshire
Caudwell Children, the Staffordshire based charity that provides practical and emotional support to disabled children and their families, has announced that it is offering disabled children and those with additional needs, in Staffordshire, FREE family tickets to three performances of the classic pantomime Aladdin.
Not only that each family will be given FREE popcorn, candy floss and juice before the event.
The performances will take place from 2pm-5pm at the following venues:
- Sunday 22nd December, 2019, Whittington Village Hall, Lichfield
- Saturday 4th January, 2010, Whitmore Village Hall, Newcastle
- Sunday 5th January, 2020, The Moat House Hotel, Acton Trussell, Stafford
Tickets are now available for children and young people aged 0-18, and with Family-of-Four tickets usually priced at £28 charity bosses are advising interested parents to book their FREE tickets now to avoid disappointment.
Becky Deri, from Caudwell Children, says that Aladdin is a ‘must see’ production. As she explained: “Who doesn’t love the story of the lovable rogue Aladdin and how he stumbles upon a magic oil lamp that unleashes a powerful, wisecracking, larger than life genie.
“The audience will love watching how the pair embark on a dangerous mission to stop the evil sorcerer Jafar from overthrowing Princess Jasmine’s kingdom.
“There are some great characters in this show who really bring the pantomime to life and make it so much fun.
“The children will be captivated by the story and they’ll be able to boo that baddies and cheer the goodies.”
The show, funded by Staffordshire Council as part of their Aiming High programme, developed to provide disabled children with fun activities outside of school, will be delivered by Odd Socks Entertainment who specialise in touring Pantomimes.
Sarah Jeffery, director of Odd Socks Entertainment, is delighted to be involved. As she explained: “The children are going to love the performance as our script is carefully written by us to ensure that the show is suitable for children of all ages.
“It also features a great musical score using the latest chart hits which the children will love and the performance is guaranteed to be topical and relevant.”
The production is part of Caudwell Children’s programme of Activity Days for disabled children. They have been devised to develop skills, confidence and self-esteem, whilst having fun.
Becky says that it’s extremely important that families seize the opportunity. She said: “Unbelievably 78% of disabled children in the UK have no access to activities outside of their house.
“This could be through a number of things, such as lack of provision or cost, so this is a great chance for children, and their parents, to get out and have some free fun in a fully accessible venue.”
For more information and to find out how to book your tickets contact Becky Deri on 01782 433613 or email email@example.com
You can find out more about Caudwell Children’s Short Break Activity Days here.