JACK AND THE BEANSTALKFriday 30 March 2018 - Sunday 8 April 2018
Start times vary
Standard £16.50, Concessions £15.50, Family ticket £54.00, Group Bookings (£14.00 with 1 in 15 free), Limited number of £11 tickets available on select performances
Fe-fi-fo-fum -are you ready for some panto fun?
Join LHK Productions and Ray Quinn* as they take Epstein Theatre audiences on a giant adventure for Easter 2018.
This egg-cellent production will be scaling new heights from Fri 30 March – Sunday 8 April and tickets are on-sale now.
Multi-talented singer, dancer and actor, Ray first came to attention in 2000 playing Anthony Murray on Channel 4’s Brookside, and won the hearts of the nation in 2006 on ITV’s The X Factor where he went all the way to the final, finishing runner-up.
Jack and the Beanstalk is the tallest of gloriously tall panto tales, telling the story of hapless hero Jack who swaps the family cow for a bag of beans. The giant Easter panto will be scaling new heights and the stellar cast includes Ray along with Lindzi Germain; Claire Simmo; Lewis Pryor; and Michael Chapman.
Joining Ray is the sensational Lindzi Germain who is sure to soak up all the boos and hisses playing the evil Fleshcreep. No stranger to the Liverpool stage, the actress and writer is a favourite across the city and Lindzi has appeared in countless productions!
Radio City 2’s voice of airwaves Claire Simmo is back with her wand in hand and will be sprinkling even more magic over the Epstein this Easter when she casts a spell over Liverpool as the Veggie Fairy.
After his dazzling performance as Peter Pan at Christmas, Lewis Pryor returns to the Epstein stage and once again gets set to take audiences by storm playing Silly Billy. Lewis appeared in 2016’s series of Britain’s Got Talent, finishing 3rd place in the Live Finals after receiving the coveted Golden Buzzer spot from Simon Cowell.
Hoping to win Ray’s heart, the role of Jill will be played by rising young star Mia Molloy. The Liverpool Theatre School graduate has appeared in productions across the region with theatre credits including Liverbird Song – The Liverpool Blitz Musical and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at The Floral Pavilion.
Last, but certainly by no means least, no LHK productions panto would be complete without Liverpool’s favourite Dame, the hysterical Michael Chapman who writes and directs the show. He will be bringing his brilliant one-liners and sharp wit, causing mischief aplenty as Dame Trott.
With a beanstalk reaching the heavens, golden geese and hungry giants, this show really is too big to miss.
*Please Note: Ray Quinn will not be appearing in performances on 6, 7, 8 April.