For A Fun Time at Christmas, Check out these Pantomime Shows in London

Oh no it isn’t, oh yes it is! This festive season sees the return of pantomime shows. A long lasting tradition, pantomimes are a light-hearted, fun event to be enjoyed by anyone of any age. As always, here is a list of some of the best pantomime shows in London, that you should consider visiting in the upcoming weeks.

Pantomimes are a great Christmas tradition. Celebrities often feature in these shows that get the audience to participate.



The much loved story once again comes to the stage in the form of a pantomime show. Located in the Richmond Theatre, this time the show stars beloved television personality Matthew Kelly and his son Matthew Mixon. The stage show also stars famous film actress Hayley Mills, whose filmography includes the original Parent Trap.

The show contains wonderful sets, gorgeous costumes and real Shetland Ponies! If this is something you are interested in, then act fast as the show ends January 10th 2016.

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Peter Pan


Another much loved classis is once again being revived for panto. This time starring movie star Verne Troyer, who you may recognise from the popular Austin Powers series. This show mixes the traditional Peter Pan series with a slapstick and comical effect. You can enjoy this pantomime show in London at the New Wimbledon Theatre. The show is due to run until January 10th 2016.

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Mirror Mirror


Located at The King’s Head Theatre, Mirror Mirror is a pantomime show for adults. The show, which takes a spin on the traditional Snow White story. Featuring fun songs, and plenty of laughter, Mirror Mirror is one for those of a more mature age that don’t want their viewing experiences ruined by children. The show so far has been a hit with fans and critics alike.

The show runs until 9th January 2016. For more information on this near two hour show, visit this site

Dick Wittington & His Cat


Dick Wittington comes to the stage in a production located in Wilton’s Music Hall. This beloved story is getting a fresh take. The show is a classy affair, and not a typical pantomime which features recent cultural events or winks to recent popular films. This slapstick cockney, East-End knees up is for adults just as much as it is for children.

This show is Wilton’s first ever family panto show! Join Dick and his trusted cat as they tackle adventures, baddies and some catchy songs.

Written and starring comedy legend Roy Hudd, the show is not to be missed! If you want to check It out then tickets are available until December 31st 2015, so hurry while they are still available.

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These Pantomime Shows in London are worth visiting if you want to take part in a traditional British event this festive season. Enjoy these shows during your spare time.