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Dec 08, 2019
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Event Date/Time

08/12/2019
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Event Location

Repertory Invercargill,
167 Esk Street,
Invercargill

Event Details

Repertory Invercargill is proud to present our Christmas show, Stolen: An Original Pantomime by local playwright David Pottinger. Directed by Sophie Worner.

Someone is stealing magical items from the town! Join Jack & Jill as they embark on a hilarious quest to get to the bottom of it, meeting a colourful cast of well known fairy tale characters along the way. Santa himself is scheduled to make an appearance!

Come and join us for an afternoon or evening of fun and laughter the whole family will love, featuring a cast of Invercargill’s bright young talent.

The show runs for approximately one hour, with no interval. Suitable for all ages. Children (and the young at heart) will have an opportunity to meet the cast and get a photo following each performance.

Tickets will be available at the door on performance days, at family friendly prices.
Adults- $10
Children/Students/Seniors- $5
Family Pass (2 adults, 3 children)- $25

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