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Four Dames in Search of a Panto (Livestream)
Following Winchester moving into Tier 4 of the Coronavirus restrictions, we are sorry to announce that our Christmas Show, Four Dames in Search of a Panto, will therefore have to close following the matinee on Christmas Eve.
Ticket holders will be contacted in due course regarding refunds.
Due to the nature of the show, we will not be able to continue with the live streamed performances – however, in due course, we hope to be able to offer an on demand recording of an earlier streamed performance of Four Dames in Search of a Panto.
Livestream our Christmas show, Four Dames in Search of a Panto.
Watch from the comfort of your own device.
The creative team behind our hugely successful pantomimes are back to spread some Christmas joy this year with this panto-style show!
Four Dames in Search of a Panto includes all the panto favourites, some familiar faces to Winchester audiences, hilarious gags (plus some very corny ones too!), original songs and lots, lots more - guaranteed to bring Christmas cheer to everyone this year.
If you love panto, then you will love Four Dames in Search of a Panto!
Written and directed by James Barry with original music by Simon Slater
Featuring Winchester panto favourites Julian Eardley, Ed Thorpe, Libby Gore and Tom Attwood
How can I watch the livestream?
Our livestreams will be broadcast online and viewable on most web browsers and devices. Details on how to access the livestream will be sent via email on the day of the performance.
Advance booking required
Remember to book your session in advance, livestream booking will close 12-hours before the start of the performance. This is to ensure that all bookers receive their watch now link in good time, before curtain up.
I've booked but can't find my watch now link
Watch now links will be sent via email on the day of the performance. If you can not find your email, check your spam folder. Alternatively add
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Four Dames in Search of a Panto has been adapted from a script James Barry originally wrote for Proteus Theatre Company. It was commissioned and directed by Mark Helyar and toured from November 2004 to January 2005.