Christmas will be here before we know it, and a visit to a traditional Pantomime is an essential part of the general excitement around this most lovely time of the year. Jack, the star of this year’s Pantomime at The Everyman Theatre in Cork, is learning all his lines, the songs, and the dances, and he is looking forward to welcoming old friends and new into his world, and he hopes that everyone will enjoy the wild and wacky adventure. Jack and the Beanstalk, will arrive on the stage of The Everyman Theatre on Saturday, November 30th.
Jack, played by Jimmy Brockie, will be joined by Michael Sands as Professor Saxophen, Fionula Linehan will bring her own particular brand of parenting as Jack’s Mother, Marjorie Dawe, and Ciaran Bermingham is Charlotte Cowhee, who says everything that people think privately. The loveable Goose is back, played by April Kelly, and Jack’s ‘special’ friend, Jill, will be played by Margarida Silva, with Alex Hindmarsh as the Giant with the monster appetite.
Get ready to climb the magic beanstalk with Jack to see, enjoy, and explore what happens. Jack and the Beanstalk will have everything people want from Cork’s best-loved traditional panto; favourite songs, dance routines, slapstick capers – oh yes it will!
PRESENTED BY THE EVERYMAN & CADA. DIRECTED & PRODUCED BY CATHERINE MAHON BUCKLEY
Discounted rates are available for groups of 20 or more. Phone 021 4501780 or firstname.lastname@example.org
An ISL interpreted performance will take place Friday 3rd January at 1.30pm.
For full details see www.everymancork.com