The cast and company behind the great Kenton pantomimes (2017-2018), Immersion Theatre are bringing their brand-new pantomimic adaptation of the famous hairy fairy tale, Rapunzel to the Kenton on 17-18 February.
Rapunzel is a witty, pantomimic, tongue-in-cheek retelling of the family favourite complete with a laugh out loud script, a host of catchy songs, heaps of audience interaction, and an exciting array of larger-than-life characters. With magic and mayhem throughout and a chance to meet the characters after the show, this is one hair-raising adventure your family won’t want to miss!
We’ve joined up with Immersion Theatre to offer a family ticket for four to the show. To enter this competition, answer this easy question:
How does Rapunzel escape from the tower?
Send your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Monday 10 February 2020
Charlotte Fishwick will play Rapunzel and she will be joined by Luke Haywood as the charming and energetic Prince Arthur. Every show needs a villain and the sassy, vain, and downright dangerous Gothel will be played by Kluane Saunders. Completing the cast will be Michael Lapham as Chester the Jester, Victoria-Louise Currie, and Harry Sykes, both of whom will undertake a number of roles.
Rapunzel is written and directed by Immersion Theatre’s Artistic Director, James Tobias, with music by Robert Gathercole, choreography by Anthony Whiteman, Musical Direction by Henry Brennan, Set Design by PJ McEvoy, and Lighting Design by Jonathan Simpson.
For tickets, go to https://kentontheatre.co.uk/event/rapunzel/