Barnstormers proudly present Aladdin the Panto – Four Weddings and a Lamp

Barnstormers are proud to present Aladdin the Panto – Four Weddings and a Lamp.

Tickets available now

Aladdin and his family find themselves against hard times, with barely two pennies to rub together. Word is, the Sultan will be putting up rent costs and with Aladdin’s evil uncle around money may be the least of Aladdin’s problems. Aladdin has always dreamed of the high life and all that goes with it, especially keen on the princess Jasmine. If only there was a solution to all of his and his families problems.

A Panto written by Barnstormers own Paula Steel and Ian Bates. Come along and see if Aladdin can overcome all odds. Fun for all the family.

Show times for Aladdin the Panto will be as follows:

10th November 2016 @ 19:30

11th November 2016 @ 19:30

12th November 2016 @ 14:00

12th Novemeber 2016 @ 19:30

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Our next show is…

Barnstormers proudly presents Kiss me, Kate!

Cole Porter’s classic musical comedy
featuring many well known songs such as
Too Darn Hot and Brush Up Your Shakespeare

Thursday 19th May @ 19:30,
Friday 20th May @ 19:30
Saturday 21st May @ 14:00 and 19:30

Tickets £8 (concessions for children, families and seniors)
Call the box office: 01273 307109 (available from 4th April)
or online @ www.barnstormers.org.uk

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Sleeping Beauty – Less than a week to go!

It’s less than a week to go until curtains up on the Barnstormers show run of Sleeping Beauty.

With the nights getting longer and the weather getting colder, what better way to warm your cockles than kicking off the winter season with a good old feel good panto?

Watch this space for some sneak-peak photos!

Tickets are going fast, so book now to avoid disappointment!

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Sleeping Beauty – Tickets now available!

Tickets for Barnstormers November Panto – Sleeping Beauty, are available now from our tickets page.

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Sleeping Beauty tells the story of a young princess who is cursed and destined to sleep for eternity. Throw in some fairies , werewolves and some zombies and you’ve got the making of a classic Barnstormers panto!

Will Sleeping Beauty manage to avoid the curse? Will she ever wake up? How do you manage to fit zombies and fairies into the same story line?

To find out the questions to these and much, much more, book your tickets now!

One week to go!

The Pajama Game is a musical comedy featuring a classic American love story set in a pajama factory. Two lovers get caught on opposing sides of a work force embroiled in labour issues. Will their love withstand the strain? Will the work force have their disputes settled or will management win out? Don’t miss this tale of love in the face of adversity, book your tickets now!

With one week to go until opening night, preparations are well under-way for what I’m sure will be a great show! The stage has been set, the band are tuning up and we’re waiting for you to come and join us!

If you haven’t booked your ticket(s) yet then you can still get your hands on some here. Book now to avoid disappointment.

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Tickets for “The Pajama Game” available now!

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Tickets for The Pajama Game are available now.

The Pajama Game is a very special show for Barnstormers as it’s the first show we will be letting you pay for your tickets online! All you need to do is select the number of seats you would like at which performance, select where you would like to sit and then pay via PayPal, then come show time sit back and enjoy the show!

You will be sent your ticket via email, so you can feel good in reducing your environmental footprint. Just bring along your e-ticket to the show and you’re away!

Click here to book your tickets and avoid disappointment! We look forward to seeing you there.

Barnstormers featured on Argus website

Barnstormers recently took part in the ‘Love Patcham’ festival where churches from the surrounding area united to put on a festival of music, acting and fun.

Barnstormers were asked by the event organisers to perform a section of their upcoming show “Barnstormers Does Broadway”, which they did to critical acclaim.

Barnstomers kitted out in their newly purchased light blue t-shirts took to the stage and wowed the crowds with soaring harmonies, in the form of a medley of Andrew Lloyd Webber songs.

Photo courtesy of The Argus

Caroline Lucas said (MP) “Fantastic” … “Hoping it becomes an annual event from now on.”. Of course we have since made contact with the member of parliament letting her know that the Barnstormers shows are a bi-yearly event.

If you missed out on hearing Barnstormers at the Love Patcham festival, fear not! There are still opportunities to get hold of some tickets to Barnstormers Does Broadway and experience the medley and many other Broadway classics for yourself.

The Argus article can be found here: http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/11506541.Churches_in_Patcham_unite_to_run_their_first_free_community_festival_enjoyed_by_hundreds/?ref=erec