Jack and The Beanstalk - pantomime - Review - Arts Award.
Join Jack and friends in this perfect family panto on his magical journey up the beanstalk! Packed with all the traditional pantomime ingredients Aspal Theatre audiences expect, Jack and the Beanstalk will feature laugh-out-loud comedy, stunning scenery, beautiful costumes and plenty of boos and hisses. Babies are welcome. Please be aware this.
Follow Jack and climb a beanstalk of gigantic proportions to cloudland in this spectacular family pantomime. Doomed to sell his trusty cow, join Jack as he fights to save the beautiful Princess, outwit the evil giant and win riches beyond his wildest dreams, and the hand of the girl he loves.
Join Jack and dotty mum Dame Trott as they scale the Beanstalk, outwit the Giant and are reunited with Jill, the girl Jack loves. Brought to you by the same team as last year’s record-breaking Beauty and the Beast and 2016’s Cinderella, this actor musician version of the popular panto tale is peppered with pop hits from across the decades, bundles of audience participation and hilarious.
Jack and the Beanstalk, Ashford's first professional pantomime coming Christmas 2019.
Carriageworks Theatre is once again teaming up with one of the country’s leading pantomime producers, Paul Holman Associates, to present the much-loved story of Jack and the Beanstalk. With a bag full of magic beans, colourful characters, creative costumes and a set straight out of a fairy tale book, Jack and the Beanstalk promises to raise the roof at Carriageworks Theatre with bucket-loads.
Jack and the Beanstalk a Giant pantomime. (Character 'FLESHCREEP' won a NODA Award for Best Comedy Performance 2016).
Jack's Mother was the pantomime Dame and she was great. Jacks brother was also very silly. Jack decided to climb the beanstalk to defeat the giant and save his girlfriend who had been taken by the villain in the pantomime. His brother, the King and Queen and the two policemen also climbed up the beanstalk after Jack.