About the Puss In Boots Pantomime at The Theatre Chipping Norton
In a nutshell, the Puss In Boots Pantomime at The Theatre Chipping Norton features King Rat, lording it over London, and his gang of rodent gangsters wreaking havoc on the old market in Albert Square. Only one highly fashionable feline can save the day. But he needs a sidekick and some stylish footwear!
Our panto twist on this classic tale, set in 1950s London, is stuffed full of daring escapes, ruthless robberies and frankly spectacular car chases. It will be a fast and furr-ious adventure! Family-friendly from start to finish, and with all the sumptuous costumes, great original music and daft theatricality that only comes from the national home of traditional pantomime.
Sponsored by Kingham Hill School
★★★★★ ‘A sparkling gift of a show’ – The Oxford Times
These performances are modified so that they are more accessible for people who might find a standard performance challenging, including those with Dementia, Autism and additional needs. The auditorium is rearranges so that there are more wheelchair spaces than usual, but booking is ESSENTIAL. Anyone can join a Relaxed Performance, and carer tickets are FREE! For more information please speak to the Box Office team on 01608 642350.
Relaxed Performances on Friday 29th November at 1:45 pm and Thursday 9th of January at 4:00 pm.
British Sign Language Performance
A British Sign Language (BSL) interpreted performance will take place on Saturday 30th November at 2:00 pm. Please contact the Box Office so they can advise you of any viewing restrictions 01608 642350.
Audio Described Performance
An audio-described performance and touch tour will take place on Saturday 7th of December at 2:00 pm. Please contact the Box Office for more information on 01608 642350.
13 November 2019 to 12 January 2020
About The Theatre Chipping Norton
In the heart of the Cotswolds, at the junction point of three counties and four regions, The Theatre Chipping Norton is a theatre, an arthouse cinema, a gallery and a concert hall.
It is is a mixed arts venue, hosting, co-producing and supporting some of the most exciting, accessible and entertaining arts in the region. It is a resource for our community, but it is also a professional venue, welcoming over 55,000 customer visits every year.
It is something unique, but it is also different things to different people. It is the cause and subject of many arguments and debates, and a fair amount of acclaim and affection. It is complicated and a little eccentric. It is not a little theatre. It likes to make a big noise.