Porty Panto 2018

Some day her prince will come!

Porty Panto is back and it’s bigger and better than ever! Bellfield will host a new hilarious, family friendly production of Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs, written by the award winning Keir McAllister and directed by award winning actor and Scottish BAFTA nominee, Shauna Macdonald. Come and enjoy stunning panto-tastic performances by comedy geniuses Gareth Mutch, Calum McInnes and Megan Shandley. Phil Hardie, Brett Heriot and James Gilhouly round off the talented team with side splitting performances as the Mirror, Huntsman Ken and Prince Charming.

Over 30 young people from the community and Edinburgh Youth Theatre will be showcasing their incredible talent on the stage which makes the Porty Community Panto the best Christmas show in the whole of Edinburgh. Come along with all the family to laugh your socks off and kick the festivities off with a bang with the porty panto 2018.

Performances take place on 14, 15 and 16 December at Bellfield, Portobello.

Will Snow White wake up? What will become of the dwarves? It’s 2018 so expect a sprouted up modern tale told with all the magic of the classic fairytale.  With affordable tickets meaning you can bring the whole family, this promises to be the BEST SHOW EVER!!!!

BOOK YOUR TICKETS at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3660319

Relaxed and Signed Performance

Sunday 16th December at 10am
Tickets:  Please email panto@bellfield.scot (relaxed performance only)
Venue: Bellfield

A relaxed performance is a specially adapted show, modified for adults and children who might benefit from a more relaxed environment. Typically, they are for people who have autism or have sensory communication disorders or learning difficulties and some theatres also occasionally run them for people with dementia. Relaxed performances differ from theatre to theatre, so you should always check with each venue first. But generally, at a relaxed performance it is a more informal atmosphere; the house lights don’t go down as much as they normally would and in some cases are kept on entirely. Strobe lighting is avoided and if there is music then it tends to be played more quietly with no loud or sudden sound effects. Perhaps most importantly there is an acceptance that if your son chatters, shouts out, makes noises or fidgets, it’s absolutely fine! Tutting is most definitely not tolerated so that you can also relax without worrying that behaviour is disrupting others