Covid-19: Theatres in the UK have re-opened with social distancing measures in place. Some pantos may go ahead in May Half Term.
A visit to the pantomime is as much a part of Christmas as decorating the tree and giving presents.
Do you start to think of Pantomime Dames, Horses and Cows as soon as the tinsel hits the shops? Or maybe you just love to go to the theatre at any time of year!
Whether you go for the terrible jokes or to see your favourite television personalities, the Big Panto Guide is here to help you find a pantomime in your area to watch this Christmas.
Pantomimes in the UK begin in earnest in November and run up until the New Year, and some pantomime productions even run throughout January and right up to February Half Term.
Pantomimes By County
Listing on the Big Panto Guide is completely free and we welcome submissions from both Amateur and Professional productions. Submit Your Pantomime Now.
It's never too early! If you have details of your 2021/2022 panto (or even your 2022/2023 pantomime if you are really organised!) you can submit them right now for listing on Big Panto Guide.
Are you looking for a touring panto production to visit your venue? Find Touring Pantomimes here.
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