Dick Whittington Panto by Abingdon Drama Club


07 January 2022

15 January 2022
Unicorn Theatre, Abingdon
Checker Walk
OX14 3HZ
0845 463 6638

Dick Whittington Panto by Abingdon Drama Club

About Dick Whittington Panto by Abingdon Drama Club

The Dick Whittington Panto by Abingdon Drama Club is the classic tale of a young lad going to London to make his fortune and his adventures with his new best friend, Tommy the cat. Boo the villains and cheer the heroes as pantomime returns to the Unicorn Theatre in Abingdon.


07, 08, 13, 14 and 15 January at 7.30pm
08, 09 and 15 Jan at 2.30pm

The pantomime has been postponed to April 2022. Exact dates to be confirmed.


The pantomime has been postponed to April 2022. Please email tickets@abingdon-drama-club.com to arrange a refund or to transfer your tickets to the performances in April.

Booking information

Standard tickets – £10.00.
Concessions tickets – £8.00 applicable to 60+, under 12s, Students, ADC members.
Group booking (for groups of 10 and over)
All tickets £8.00 (£8.60 when booked online – Just select the concession rate ticket and choose the number you require).

Booking online

An online booking fee of 60p is added to the ticket price. This pays for the Paypal credit card payment system.

Tickets are also available from:
The Bookstore, The Abingdon Precinct (15 Bury St), Abingdon

Good to know

  • All tickets are sold as unreserved seating.
  • The Front of House team will do their very best to seat people together, but please arrive in good time, or this may not be possible.

About Abingdon Drama Club

ADC was formed in December 1944, during the Second World War, when a group of Abingdon people, some from the Guild of Abbey Players, decided to start a new drama group – the Abingdon Drama Club (ADC).

Their first public production was London Wall by John Van Druten and took place in the Corn Exchange in Market Place, in September 1945.

And when the Unicorn theatre opened in June 1953, the first production was by Abingdon Drama Club – the 16th-century play, The Two Angry Women of Abingdon by Henry Porter and directed by Alan Kitching.

Since ADC began they have presented over 270 productions.