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Christmas shows in 1066 Country

Pantomimes and Shows

Pantomimes have evolved to become as big a part of Christmas as Santa Claus and his reindeer.  Most have a very familiar story line, which ends with the principal boy and girl living happily ever after. 

Every year in 1066 Country we stage some of the best family pantomimes in the South East at our theatres and art venues.  Hastings’s White Rock Theatre shows a traditional fairy-tale story with familiar faces from film and TV.  Art hot spots like the Stables Theatre in Hastings and the De la Warr Pavilion in Bexhill host alternatives to the traditional show with interpretations of long told tales or dance and modern performance.

Sleeping Beauty

Once upon a time in a land far away, the beautiful Princess Aurora is given a sixteenth birthday present by her evil godmother Carabosse. By pricking her finger on an enchanted spinning wheel she is placed under a cruel curse and forced to sleep for 100 years. Can true love survive and the handsome Prince Charming break the spell? Can Aurora’s hilarious best friend Muddles help save the day and who will outwit the evil Enchantress and foil her wicked plans? With magic, music, comedy and special effects, make Sleeping Beauty the pantomime of your dreams.   Starring X Factor finalist Honey G, Ben Watson and Tim McArthur.

White Rock Theatre - 15 December - 31 December; Tickets from £19.00

Aladdin - The Stables Theatre - 11 - 23 December (no performance on 14 December)

Film listings at Electric Palace Cinema, High Street, Hastings

Muppet Christmas Carol, 17 December

It's a Wonderful Life - 18-20 December

The Snowman - 20 December

Jack and the Beanstalk

Traditional Christmas pantomime for all the family.   Tickets – Adult £10, Child £8 - on 19 and 20 December at Battle Memorial Hall.

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Historic Itinerary

Divide your day between the two major sites bound up with the history of the Norman Invasion - Battle and Hastings.  William marched first...