Sleeping Beauty sells out in Carrickfergus – but still time to grab a ticket to see panto favourite in Larne

The fun-filled family pantomime, Sleeping Beauty, has sold out in Carrickfergus Town Hall – but don’t worry because there are still tickets available for the Larne show on Saturday 14 December!

Tickets for the fairytale favourite, which will be staged by Uplift Performing Arts, have been in big demand but the good news is that you can still catch the show at the McNeill Theatre in Larne.

The adventurous story promises to bring you on a magical journey, although it may not be quite the way you remember it!

With more twists and turns than a magical, thorny forest, this show is sure to delight and entertain audiences of all ages.

Tickets for the Larne showing at 7pm on Saturday 14 December cost £6 per person. You can book online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/larnearts or by phoning T: 028 2826 0395. You can also book in person in at The Book Nook, Larne.

About the Show 

Once upon a time, there was a princess named Rose.

Princess Rose was the long-awaited daughter of the king and queen; she was beautiful, happy, and cursed…thus begins our pantomime!

Come and join us for the adventurous tale of the Sleeping Beauty.

We will take you on a journey through her story, but it may not be quite the way you remember it.

With more twists and turns than a magical, thorny forest, this show is sure to delight and entertain audiences of all ages.

Visit www.midandeastantrim.gov.uk/sleeping-beauty for all the details

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