An Evening of Celebration & Stars as the Swashbuckling Panto - Peter Pan opens in Woking
Approved by ATG's PR & Communications Officer, David Bradbury
Oo-ah me hearties, the New Victoria Theatre, Woking was a buzz with excitement on Monday 12 December as the New Victoria Theatre staff alongside some special guests celebrated the press night and opening of the show and with the cast and company of Peter Pan.
Steve McFadden, Harry Derbidge, Andy Collins, Amy Bird and all the company of Peter Pan were joined by friends and family to enjoy a well deserved drink (and a mince pie or two) after the show. There was a very special guest in the audience as the nation's sweetheart, Barbara Windsor, came along to show her support to her on-screen son, Steve McFadden. Barbara, who is no stranger to Panto, starring as Fairy BowBells in Bristol last year was cheering and booing with the rest of us and joined the cast and company for some celebratory drinks after the show.
This brand new, updated version of Peter Pan is bursting with stunning special effects (including amazing flying!) sumptuous costumes, superb sets, lots of humour, wonderful singing, oodles of audience participation and a good helping of Tinkerbell's fairy dust.
The New Victoria Theatre in Woking boasts a modern 1,300 super comfy auditorium, excellent road and rail links, ample parking options and easy access and is proud to present the most spectacular Pantomimes in Surrey. This year will be no exception; a truly magical adventure to delight all!
Click below to view photos from the evening:
Barbara Windsor joins Peter Pan Panto Cast - Andy Collins, Harry Derbidge, Amy Bird & Steve McFadden
Panto Stars Steve McFadden & Harry Derbidge are joined by Barbara Windsor
Photo Credits: Ian Olsson
Visit www.atgtickets.com/woking to catch all the latest exciting news for all things Panto and to book your tickets for this wonderful spectacle.
Performance Times & Ticket Information:
Running until Sunday 15 January 2012
Tickets from £16.25
For further information please contact:
Aimee Royle, Press Officer on 01483 545940 or email firstname.lastname@example.org