Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a Pantomime – Oh yes it would! Oh no it wouldn’t! Let’s not start, eh?
The historic Leeds City Varieties Music Hall is this year staging Little Red Riding Hood but not as you have come to know it, as this production is the latest in their legendary Rock’n’Roll Pantomimes. This means that not only do you get the acting, the banter with the audience and the slapstick, but you get the music as well. Not just any old music thrown in as light relief but a jukeboxful of classic rock anthems and chart toppers.
As well as loud live music there will be smoke effects, flashing lights, loud bangs and a barrage of boulders so it is not recommended for anyone under the age of four.
There is a special Relaxed Performance at 10.15am on Thursday 9th January, 2020 which, although open to everyone, is especially aimed at those with an autistic spectrum condition, a learning disability, dementia or sensory sensitivity.
BSL interpreted performances will be held on Friday 6th December at 7.00pm and Saturday 4th January at 2.00pm
Pantos may be aimed at kids but remember – you’re never too old to Rock’n’Roll.
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