It’s Christmas time! which means pantomime and theatre season is here in north Wales, a chance to head out with the kids and have night away from the TV with have some laughs!. There are quite a few Christmas screenings of pantomimes around north wales to check out and we have complied a few in the listing below, to learn more click the link and follow to the screening website..Enjoy! Some of these sadly have been but the blog was created a few weeks ago, juts didn’t get the time to get it out, so apologies guys!
Conwy medieval Christmas – Town Centre
This is a free Christmas market is an exciting event which is organized by local business owners in Conwy. It features street entertainers, musicians, choirs, Clerical Error Black Face Morris Dancers, sword fighting on Lancaster Square, hot chestnuts among others.
It is located at the Town centre, High Street, Conwy, LL32 8DE and will take place on Saturday, the 8thof December, 2018 from 4.00Pm. There will be a torch lit procession with Armored Knights and their Ladies at 5.45pm. For website inquiries,
Dick Whittington is on at theatre Clwyd..
This pantomime is being screened at located at the Clwyd Theater Cymru, Mold, and Flintshire, CH7 1YA. It started on the 23rd of Nov 2018 and will go on until 19th Jan 2019.
To book your tickets see : https://www.theatrclwyd.com/en/.
There will also be another series of Dick Whittington’s finest at the Theatre Colwyn 49 Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay, Clwyd, LL29 7RU from 22ndDec 2018 to 5thJan 2019 from 14.00pm.
Aladdin and The Lamp
This pantomime happens at the Grove Park Theatre, Hill Street, Wrexham, LL11 1SN, from 7th Dec 2018 to 5th Jan 2019.
It is about a young brave man- Aladdin, who helps the evil Abanazar in his quest for the fabled lamp that will give him magic to conquer the world. The website for this is
The Pavilion Theatre located at Promenade, Rhyl, Denbighshire, LL18 3AQ will also be airing this show from 12th Dec 2018 to 5th Jan 2019. This event will be like no other before.
This is a funny, heartwarming and visually stunning Christmas movie. It is a universal story about the spirit of Christmas and the indomitable power of optimism. It tells the story of a cynical grump that strives to succeed in his mission to steal Christmas only to have his heart changed by a young girl’s generous holiday spirit.
It is scheduled from 7thJanuary 2019 to 10thJanuary 2019. The ticket prices are; Full price £5.50 and Under 15 £4.50.
https://theatrcolwyn.co.uk/shows/the-grinch. It is featuring at the Llandudno Youth Music theatre.
A musical Christmas
This is a medley of music, dance and drama with a seasonal twist to celebrate Christmas. It is featuring at the Llandudno Youth Music theatre and ticket prices £8.
The venue for this pantomime will be Cymru Llandudno, The Promenade, and Penrhyn Crescent, Llandudno, LL30 1BB.
It will start on 8th Dec 2018 to 30th Dec 2018. This funfair stars Tom Parker (The Wanted) as Prince Charming. In this fair, Cinderella plans to transform from rags to riches, to outwit her Ugly Sisters with the help of her incredibly awesome friend Buttons and the magical Fairy Godmother.
This Christmas screening / panto is about Pinnochio, together with Gipetto (his father) , his min friend Jiminy cricket as well as the Blue Fairy. It also features his friends including Harlequin the jester, his gorgeous girlfriend Columbina and the outrageous Punch and Judy.
The venue will be at Canolfan Ucheldre, Millbank, Holyhead, and Anglesey, LL65 1TE
from 22nd Dec 2018 to 4thJan 2019
Jack and the Beanstalk
The is the best of the best panto tales in terms of glory. It explores the story of hapless hero Jack who swaps the family cow for a bag of beans. It features a beanstalk reaching the heavens, golden geese and hungry giants. The venue will be at the Stiwt, Broad St, Rhosllanerchrugog,
Wrexham LL14 1R from 8th Dec 2018 to 31st Dec 2018.
Hansel and Gretel
Hansel and Gretel gather a team of folklore friends to solve rhyme crimes where such as the fact that Humpty is cracking Rapunzel is in a tangle, and Weasel went pop without a trace. Fairytales are going missing, and there are whispers of a witch on the loose. With cunning disguises, magnifying glasses, and a briefcase full of breadcrumbs.
The Price ranges from £10 and the tickets are cheaper if you book in advance. The venue for this show is in promenade, through multiple rooms and venues.
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Bit about the blogger : My names Nick Fraser and I’m a local Marine Geologist and Oceanographer. I have moved back to the island of Anglesey for the past four years having grown up here and moved away. I am a passionate outdoor lover with a penchant for all things natural. When I’m not blogging in ofter found climbing or out in the wild in and around north Wales.