Roll up, roll up! After the success of last year’s show, Circus Funtasia have returned to Wythenshawe Park by popular demand with a brand new show. But expect to see plenty of new faces entertaining the crowds, as well as some old favourites. . . . → Read More: Circus Funtasia Return to Wythenshawe this Half Term!
What better place to watch a pantomime than the sparkling, fairytale setting of Buxton Opera House…
This year James Holmes is back by popular demand to play the role of the dame and Lucy Dixon will make her debut appearance as Snow White. . . . → Read More: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – 2017 Annual Buxton Opera House Pantomime
Billy Elliot- The Musical
Palace Theatre 29 November – 28 January Billy Elliot is the inspirational story of one boy’s dream to realise his ambitions against the odds. Set in the North East of England against the background of the historic 1984/ ’85 miners’ strike, Billy pursues his passion for dance in secret to . . . → Read More: Shows and Pantomimes
Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales, the production brought to life by the award-winning Scamp Theatre (The Scarecrows’ Wedding, Stick Man) and loved so much by Manchester families is back to The Lowry on Tuesday 24th – Sunday 29th May. . . . → Read More: Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales is Back
Mums&Dads are delighted to be able to offer our readers a chance to win a set of family tickets for INKHEART, HOME’s Christmas production. It’s a top prize, worth well over £50! . . . → Read More: Win Family Ticket for INKHEART, HOME’s Christmas Production
Christmas just wouldn’t be the same without a pantomime – so thank goodness for Aladdin at the Buxton Opera House! And to add some special sparkle to the festival season, we here at M&D are offering one fortunate family the chance to win family ticket (for up to 4 people) to see this sizzling showstopper. . . . → Read More: Abracadabra – it’s Aladdin!
Both acting and staging come together to bring alive a script that is quintessential Kafka, a grotesque satire of humanity, a probing of forced assimilation, and a questioning of the value of freedom, in a way that makes you laugh as you watch, but cry when you remember. . . . → Read More: Kafka’s Monkey at HOME in Manchester
. . . What happened next was truly amazing. Where the book had led me to understand Christopher’s world, the National Theatre’s production led me to feel it. Scenery, props, and soundtrack were all drafted in to assist with the creation of a whole world on stage; the world inside the protagonist’s mind. . . . → Read More: Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Courtesy of HOME Manchester, Mums & Dads magazine is delighted offer a set of family tickets for the 10am performance on Saturday 24 January of The Tongue Twister, part of HOME’s annual Re:play Festival. . . . → Read More: Win a Family Ticket to a show from Re:Play Festival
Pantomimes and Family Christmas Shows usually start early December and last till and of January. Here is Mums&Dads list for this year . . . → Read More: Shows and Pantomimes