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Catch the earlybird school's offer for Puss in Boots before it's too late!

Published Thursday, 26 September 2019

Take advantage of the schools earlybird offer for Puss in Boots at the Belgrade Theatre before it ends on Monday 30 September.

This year the Belgrade Theatre's Christmas pantomime is Puss in Boots:

Things are looking pretty bleak in the village of Baggy Bottom on the Bog. An evil Ogre and his horrible henchman Victor Grabitt have control over everyone – even the King – and now they’re trying to kick Simon and his mother Matilda Pudding out of their home! The poor Puddings could really use some help… Enter Puss in Boots – a clever (and very fashionable) feline who promises to save their home and make them as rich as royalty by embarking on a crafty quest.

But Puss and the Puddings soon find themselves in peril when Victor Grabitt and the Ogre learn of their plans. Will our trusty trio be triumphant? Will Puss keep his promises? And can our hairy hero outsmart the evil Ogre?

Once again written by and starring Coventry’s favourite dame Iain Lauchlan, Puss in Boots will feature the sensational sets, colourful costumes and madcap mayhem that make a trip to the Belgrade such a magical experience. Fun, festive and extremely feel-good!

The earlybird schools offer is £13.50 per student with one free teacher ticket for every ten seats booked which is valid if you book and pay before Monday 30 September. After this date, the price will be £14 per student with one free teacher ticket for every ten seats booked.

Tickets are already on sale and our schools performances have started to fill up quickly, so reserve your tickets soon to get your preferred seats on a day that suits you.

If you would like any further information, or to book, please contact Danielle at djohnson@belgrade.co.uk

 

 

 

 

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