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Oct 28, 2022

Charities invited to see The Pantomime Adventures of Peter Pan

The Pantomime Adventures of Peter Pan is set to fill His Majesty’s Theatre with swashbuckling festive cheer this Christmas, and in the spirit of the season, 300 tickets are being given away to local charities.

Aberdeen Performing Arts and the show’s producers, Crossroads Pantomimes, are inviting groups to apply for free tickets to the Christmas pantomime, which runs at His Majesty’s from Saturday, 3 December to Sunday, January 8.

Charities can apply using the application form on the Aberdeen Performing Arts website for tickets to the 7pm performance on Tuesday, 6 December. The deadline for applications is Friday, 11 November.

Those who are successful are promised a high-flying adventure as the Pantomime Adventures of Peter Pan sails in to His Majesty’s Theatre this festive season.

Former Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer and Dancing on Ice finalist Brendan Cole will star as Captain Hook in the spectacular production, alongside panto dame extraordinaire Alan McHugh as ship’s cook Maggie Celeste, comic actor and River City star Paul J Corrigan as Smee and Aberdonian performer Danielle Jam as Tinkerbell.

The show is being staged by the same team that has produced the His Majesty’s Theatre panto for the last 18 years, with the usual abundance of comedy, lavish sets, fabulous costumes, and of course a few surprises in store.

Entires can be made here or by sending a completed form that can be downloaded here to

Successful groups will be told by 7pm on Friday 18 November.

Tickets for The Pantomime Adventures of Peter Pan are available online, phone 01224 641122 or visit Aberdeen Box Office at the Music Hall, Lemon Tree or His Majesty’s Theatre.

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