Showtimes for Stag Theatre :
This Christmas, producers of the much loved pantomime season at the Stag will return for their 12th consecutive year.
Silly Billy (aka Ant Payne) will be back to bring some much needed merriment to the proceedings. He'll be joined by the hilarious Britain's Got Talent magician and comedienne Mandy Muden, who will play the wicked Fleshcreep. This year's panto fairy will be flying in direct from the West End, as Rosie Glossop, star of Kinky Boots and Priscilla Queen of The Desert, will be sprinkling some magic over those iconic beans. Fellow West End performer Jacob McIntosh (Kinky Boots, Beautiful) who formerly appeared in Peter Pan at the Stag, returns to Sevenoaks to play Jack Trott, and completing the cast of five, panto writer Jamie Alexander Wilson will be frocking up for the very first time to play Jack's mum, Dame Trott.
The format will be slightly different with the show being shorter at 1hr 30mins with no interval, but audiences will still be treated to a full-scale pantomime with all the laughs and traditions Sevenoaks audiences have come to know and love over the years at The Stag.
Sevenoaks Panto regularly plays to well over 20,000 people each year, but for Jack and The Beanstalk, there will be less than 8,000 tickets available. It is expected that they will sell out fast.
Should any shows have to be cancelled for any reason, including local or national lockdown, all tickets will be refunded.