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Ellie King’s Sinbad, the Pirates and the Dinosaur played it’s final performance January 6, 2018 at the Massey Theatre.

December 14-26,2017 | Surrey Arts Centre
December 29-31, 2017 | ACT Arts Centre, Maple Ridge
January 5-6, 2018 | Massey Theatre, New Westminster


About the show:

Traditional British Panto at its rambunctious best! Sparkling, magical, family fun awaits when we join Sinbad and his wacky crew in a rollicking and hilarious adventure on the high seas. Come sing along with toe-tapping music, groan at corny old jokes, cheer the good guys and boo the bad in this hilariously funny show, as we say farewell to BC’s favourite Dame, Alan Cedargreen, when he wields his wooden spoon for one last time.

Sinbad is written and directed by BC’s own “Queen of Panto” Ellie King and features many of the panto stars who have been delighting audiences in BC for over 28 years. Patrons have been known to remark that they expected to walk out of the theatre into Oxford Street in London, so true is RCTCs panto to the British tradition, complete with Dame and Principal Boy, slapstick, music, dance, magic and the worst collection of corny old jokes in captivity. As always this is an original Canadian script featuring original music – both written specifically for the play.

 

VIDEOS AND PHOTOS:

IN THE PRESS:

Global BC, News Hour at 6 | January 6, 2018
23:50 | Final Bow – Pantomime Audience Favourite Retires 

Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows News | December 18, 2017
Sinbad, pirates and dinosaurs come to Maple Ridge this Christmas

Tri-City News | December 15, 2017
Ahoy matey! PoCo actor in RCTC pirate show

ICI Colombie-Britannique Première (97,7 FM) | December 14, 2017
Un spectacle étonnant | Actor and Marketing Director Ashton Ramsay interviewed

Surrey-Now Leader | December 12, 2017
“Langley’s Queen of Pantomime sets sail Friday on a sea of hilarity”

New West Record | November 29, 2017
“Holiday pantomime comes to New West”

Peace Arch News | November 15, 2017
“Relaxed performance of panto a first for Surrey, theatre company says”

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