Date: Saturday 15th December 2018
It’s been 7 years since Roy and Eva were shipwrecked on the tropical island of Mehetia.
And it’s only when Roy finds a digital watch that they realise what time of the year it is – December!
So this year, the Castaways are going to do Christmas!
However, they are 7 years out of practice, so they’ll need some help making it happen, and that’s if a mysterious man in a mask doesn’t ruin the fun along the way!
With songs, silliness and a whole lot of festive fun, join the Castaways as they remember how to celebrate Christmas and why we celebrate Christmas…on a desert island.
Brought to you by 4front Theatre
Free mince pies will be served after the pantomime!.
Tickets in advance :
Adult : £5.00 (On the Door £6.00)
Child - 2+ years : £3.00 (On the Door £4.00)
Child - Under 2 years : Free
Family : £15.00 (On the Door £18.00)
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The Acorn, Penzance is a small, independently run arts venue with charitable status, in the heart of Penzance, Cornwall.
Being an intimate and friendly venue has meant that it has become highly regarded by visiting artists and audiences alike. By presenting the best of small scale arts and entertainment The Acorn, Penzance is one of the longest running venues in Cornwall.
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