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Win 2 Tickets to See BCT’s “Snow White” Christmas Pantomime

It’s Panto time again – “Oh, yes it is. Oh, no it isn’t.” And this year, Bangkok Community Theatre is proud to present “Snow White”, written by Peter Swingler , a traditional British Christmas Pantomime.

Don’t mix up British pantomime with mime. British Pantomime is a chaotic and anarchic mix of fun, song, dance, bad jokes and corny acting. It is probably the rowdiest form of theatre you can go to and If you are in the audience you are an integral part of the show. You must boo the villain, cheer the hero, throw things at the evil characters and sing along with the cast. It’s fun for all the family; boys and girls, mums and dads, grannies and grandads, and is suitable for anyone between 3 and 103.

Meet Snow White and help her find her prince. Join the Magic Fairy in her epic battle with the Wicked Queen. See the Magic Mirror in action. Cheer our dwarfs as they protect Snow White when she is left alone in the forest. Don’t miss out on this Christmas box of delights!

BKK Kids is giving away 6 tickets to see “Snow White” on Friday, 30 November 2018, to 3 lucky winners (2 tickets per winner; tickets are for general admission, and can be used for children or adults). The show starts at at 7.30pm at Creative Industries at M Theatre. Simple enter your details below for a chance to win.

There are additional shows over two weekends, from 30 Nov to 2 Dec, and 7 to 9 Dec. Tickets are also available at www.bangkokcommunitytheatre.com. The cost is B900 for adults and B650 for children under 13 at matinee shows.

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