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SG Productions presents for Christmas 2014 A LAD IN TIGHTS!

A Lad In TightsFrom the producers of Snow White And The Seven Poofs SG Productions presents for Christmas 2014 – A LAD IN TIGHTS! Written By Simon Gross and Joe Meloy.

Following a sell-out run at the Green Carnation of Sinderfella in 2013, Simon Gross and his team are back with a brand new pantomime for 2014: A Lad In Tights.

Join our Aladdin, Widow Wankey, Wishee Washee, Princess Nymomanic, and the most campest genie ever to be seen in pantomime history for the most magical carpet ride this Christmas. This pop-powered drag panto is suitable for adults only and stars Stephanie Von Clitz in the title role of Aladdin.  Packed with audience participation, feel good party anthems Material Girl- YMCA, Reach For The Stars, A Whole New World, Hanky Panky the show promises to be bigger, bolder and ruder than ever before!  The perfect and only way to kick off your Christmas with a bang!

Further casting to be announced

WARNING: Please note this is an ADULTS ONLY pantomime and definitely not suitable for children, the faint-hearted and persons of a prudish nature.

Listings information:
Upstairs At The Prince Of Wales
150-151,Drury Lane, London. WC2.
Dates: 2nd December 2014 – 4th January 2015
Show Times:  Tues -Thurs at 9pm
Friday/ Saturday -7pm
Saturday matinee show 4pm / Sunday matinee at 6pm
See Ticketweb site for dates and times for all shows.
Entrance: Permitted 30 minutes before the start of each show
Bar: The bar will be open throughout the show
Run Time:  2 Hours (15 minute interval)
Price: £18.00
Box Office: www.ticketweb.co.uk
Tel: 0844-4771000

Sunday 16th November 2014

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