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Thu 30 November 2017 - Sun 7 January 2018
Tickets £17 - £39*

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Get ready for the climb of your life this Christmas, as Cambridge Arts Theatre presents this year's spectacular family pantomime: JACK AND THE BEANSTALK.

The creative team behind last year's 'MAGNIFICENT' (Hunts Post), 'LEGENDARY' (Cambridge News) smash-hit production of Dick Whittington and his Cat are back again with a giant of an adventure, that's perfect for the whole family!

The Trott family are down on their luck and need to make money...and fast! When Jack takes their beloved cow Daisy to market, all he gets for her are three measly beans. But these are no ordinary beans! Jack wakes to find an enormous beanstalk slap-bang in the middle of his mum's beloved vegetable patch. But his adventures are only just beginning!

Featuring all your favourite pantomime characters and Cambridge Arts Theatre trademark blend of songs, laughter, joy and magic, make it a Christmas to remember with a visit to the home of family entertainment.  Further star casting to be announced.

Click here to view our Panto schedule, including prices and performance times*

Fancy bringing your school or group to the pantomime this year? Contact Victoria Willingale, who can help make the process easier, from booking the best tickets through to arranging travel! Contact her on 01223 578912 or email her at vwillingale@cambridgeartstheatre.com.

Click here to find out more about our Panto Wheels scheme

*All published ticket prices include a £3 per-ticket booking fee

Sponsored by
Laragh Homes  http://www.laragh.co.uk/

Media Partner

Cambridge News logo  http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/ 

Running Time

Approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes including an interval

Age Guidance

Suitable for 3+

Assisted Performances:

BSL Interpreted performance, Sunday 3rd December, 1:00PM
Relaxed performance, Saturday 16th December, 11:00AM
Audio Described performance, Saturday 6th January, 1:00PM

Matt Crosby
Matt Crosby (Dame Trott)
Carole Todd (Director)
Al Morley and Matt Crosby (Writers)
Kevan Allen (Choreographer)
Mike Robertson (Lighting Designer)
  • 'Alive with colour, music, song and showbiz pizzazz'

    Cambridge News (on Dick Whittington 2016)
  • 'One of the best Arts Theatre pantos of the decade'

    Hunts Post (on Dick Whittington 2016)
  • 'An exuberant and exciting panto, entertainment for all'

    Local Secrets (on Dick Whittington 2016)