It’s Time to Make Plans for Christmas

Oh yes it is! Tickets on sale now for panto and seasonal circus

Eventim Apollo’s big festive event, Circus 1903

With the sun beating down and temperatures soaring, Christmas may seem a long way off, but tickets are already selling fast for Hammersmith’s biggest festive shows.

As always, the Lyric’s pantomime is a Christmas highlight and this year the theatre is promising the gigantic return of Jack and the Beanstalk, complete with magic beans, Daisy the Cow, the climb of a lifetime and battles with giants and thorny baddies as Jack seeks his fortune.

The Lyric says, “ Expect the full Lyric treatment as we breathe new life into this fairy-tale delight, complete with live music, dance and whip-smart comedy, a perfect night out for the whole family.”

jack and the beanstalk

The panto will run from November 19 through till January 7 2023, with tickets priced from £10. The theatre says that as ticket prices increase with demand, panto fans should book early to avoid disappointment.

People who live or work in Hammersmith & Fulham can also enter a draw to receive four free tickets to the show’s first night.

Find out more at on the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre website.

Tickets are also available now for Hammersmith's Eventim Apollo’s big festive event, Circus 1903, which will offer three shows a day from December 15 till January 1, 2023.

Circus 1903, previously a huge hit with audiences at the Southbank Centre, recreates all the thrills and daredevil entertainment of a turn of the century circus.

This spectacular show, suitable for the whole family, offers unique, jaw-dropping acrobats, contortionists, trapeze artists, a death-defying high-wire act and best of all, amazing l life-sized elephants, created by the puppeteers behind War Horse.

Find out more and book tickets.

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July 15, 2022

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