The cast of Aladdin


Family starring Mark Rhodes (CBBC's Sam & Mark), Mark Moraghan (Holby City, Coronation Street) and Chris Pizzey (CBBC's Basil Brush) The Anvil

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£29, £28, £25, £20 (includes £3 booking fee). Over 65s £2 off*, under 16s and f/t students £3 off.

*not for 12 and 13 Dec 2pm performances, and from 19 - 29 Dec inclusive

Infant in Arms tickets available. Call the box office on 01256 844244 to book.

Group bookings

Groups 10+: £3 off
Groups 20+: £4 off
(not available at blue, green or brown performances)

Youth Groups (inc. Brownies, Cubs etc)

£20, £19, £17, £16 (6pm performances) per ticket with 1 free leader per 10 children (minimum booking of 10 tickets; includes £3 booking fee)

Family tickets

Family ticket £104, £100 (not available on 6pm performances 13 - 15 Dec, 17 Dec & 2 Jan, or 3pm performances 21 - 30 Dec or 3 - 4 Jan)

Schools tickets

£11 (includes £3 booking fee)
1 free teacher per 10 pupils or per 5 pupils for under 5s. All other tickets £24 (no other discounts or group rates apply)


Suitable for: the whole family!

Performers and Cast

Mark Rhodes
Mark Moraghan
Chris Pizzey
Wishee Washee
Nic Gibney
Widow Twankey
Charlie Guest
PC Pong
Ashleigh Mackness
Princess Jasmine
Jennifer Harding
The Spirit of the Ring

Make Anvil Arts' spectacular pantomime one of your three wishes this Christmas.

Jump aboard the magic carpet and follow Aladdin, his hapless brother, and of course his mother Widow Twankey, on a fearless quest to stop the evil Abanazar from ruling the world.

Featuring magnificent scenery, beautiful costumes, lamp-fulls of laughter and an Aladdin’s cave of stupendous surprises, this traditional pantomime is a genie-us way for the whole family to spend a night out together.

So don’t miss a whole new world of adventure – fly to the box office and book your tickets today (phone and internet booking also taken).

Cast & Creatives


It was the audience's guide for the evening Muddles, played by Chris Pizzey, who ensured the audience remained fully engaged throughout, whether it was telling jokes or being the butt of the jokes
Basingstoke Gazette (on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
We thoroughly enjoyed the show, the audience participation and the energy in the room was electric and the jokes and storytelling was funny and engaging
Dear Mummy Blog (on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
The pantomime dame was greeted by huge cheers every time he stepped out on stage in the wide variety of flamboyant and garish costumes
Basingstoke Gazette (on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)

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