It’s Panto time!
For 2017, we have a fabulous first – a brand new Panto, never before seen, and your chance to be part of history by seeing it.
The Scottish Panto (or Wee Jock and the Magic Dagger)
In this year’s thrilling Panto, Wee Jock is part of the local Scottish community. That is, until his busking bagpipes fall apart. This tragedy sets him off on a journey to Inverness to find his Aunty Florrie McBunder.
At The Inverness Castle Hotel, Aunty Florrie McBunder keeps house for the local toff Auld Angus and his impressive but alarming wife the Auld Lady. Things are not quite what they seem …
Jock soon embarks on a daring quest for the magic dagger involving haggis hunts, wicked witches, missing troosers and a dancing forest.
Will Jock find the magic dagger? Will the missing troosers be found? What is a dancing forest?
You’ll have to see the show to find out!
- Please be aware, in the best Panto tradition, there may be occasional loud noises, music or strobe lighting as part of this performance.
- There will also be a cash-only pop-up cafe/bar serving soft drinks and snack (crisps/cake).
This Panto is a fundraiser for the Telegraph Hill Centre, with all proceeds after costs going to the Centre’s capital works fund.
Read on for dates, times and how to get here.
What, when, and where
- Friday 1 December at 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm), Narthex, Telegraph Hill Centre
- Saturday 2 December at 3.30pm (doors open at 3pm), Narthex, Telegraph Hill Centre
- Saturday 2 December at 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm), Narthex, Telegraph Hill Centre
- Sunday 3 December at 3.30pm (doors open at 3pm), Narthex, Telegraph Hill Centre
Don’t delay – BOOK NOW (there will be very few tickets on the door)
Getting here (and facilities)
Telegraph Hill Centre is at the top of Telegraph Hill, just behind St Catherine’s Church, Telegraph Hill, London, SE14 5TY – Click here for a map.
Please be aware, in the best Panto tradition, there may be occasional loud noises, music or strobe lighting as part of this performance. There will also be a cash-only pop-up cafe/bar serving soft drinks and snack (crisps/cake).
- Telegraph Hill Centre has suitable access for wheelchair users and buggies
- Spaces for buggies are limited, but we will try and accomodate these in The Centre’s Lounge
- The Centre’s Lounge will have a pop-up cafe with free water, and will serve soft drinks, cakes and crisps during matinee shows, with wine and beer available in addition during the evening shows (other snack options may be available closer to the time, and we’ll update this page with those details)
- Advance booking is required – You can book in advance by clicking here
- Seating is unreserved, but if you have mobility problems, please get in touch in advance and we will make sure we arrange seating for you if you need to be seated in a wheelchair
- Telegraph Hill Centre has an accessible gender neutral toilet with baby changing facilities
- There is extensive free parking close to Telegraph Hill Centre on Kitto Road, Pepys Road and the top of Jerningham Road