Our 2018 Christmas Pantomime
Artistic Director: Barbie Warwick
Music Director: Rebekah MacEwan
Choreographers: Tamara Jaune & Elisabeth ‘Bizzy’ Lay
Production Manager: Sharie Lomas
All children grow up, except Peter Pan (and Panto people!)
The masters of Christmas Pantomime who brought you the critically acclaimed The Little Mermaid are back with Peter Pan the Panto.
Come fly away to Neverland with Peter Pan and Wendy. Enjoy another fun-filled tale that will captivate you from the opening number right until Captain Hook meets his timely reward. Enjoy a huge cast, live band, enchanting characters, with oodles of songs and dances. It’s Panto fun for the whole family!
Second pun to the right and straight on till curtain.
Peter Pan the Panto ran at Surrey Arts Centre – Main Stage
from November 22- December 2, 2018
Thanks for joining us at Peter Pan – The Panto.
Thank-you to all our sponsors for supporting community theatre
Thank-you for joining us under the sea
We had a Ball
Special thanks to our sponsors for supporting community theatre
THE 2017 FAMILY PANTOMIME
Written By Mike Balser & Barbie Warwick
Adapted from original script by Peter Zednik
Artistic Director: Mike Balser
Musical Director: Timothy Tucker
Choreographers: Tamara Jaune & Elisabeth Lay
Young Calypso is obsessed with the world above the waves. This causes problems in the undersea world ruled by the sea witch Ursula especially since Calypso is a mermaid. Even worse, she has fallen in love with a human prince she rescued from a terrible storm! Calypso is determined to find a way to be with her love, even if it means leaving the sea and making a deal with evil Ursula. To top it off, Prince Airwick has his own troubles, with an overbearing mother and two scheming ministers out to skim the royal treasury for as much as they can take. Will Calypso’s friends, like Shellie the Crab, Katy Perrywinkle and of course her helpful, if slightly menacing Codfather, be able to turn the tide in her favour? Find out at
The Little Mermaid, the 2017 family pantomime by:
FVGSS, A Musical Theatre Company
Run Dates: November 23 – December 3, 2017
Song and dance, comedy and heartbreak, a little historical documentary thrown in for good measure… A Day in Hollywood, a Night in the Ukraine was the perfect double feature, encompassing real pathos and perfectly ridiculous entertainment in its wide scope.
In the first act, an intrepid team of ushers and usherettes at the historic Grauman’s Chinese Theatre act as hosts and narrators, leading the audience through origin stories, song history, backstage gossip, and stern warnings set to militant tap-dance. In the second act, the audience enters the Theatre itself, and enjoys a deliciously absurd Marx Brothers comedy, complete with piano solos, screaming blondes, an obligatory love plot, patter songs, and the “gookie” face.
This clever, heart-felt pastiche of 1930s Hollywood glory is a fantastic showcase for a small, triple-threat ensemble. The “Marx Brothers” movie “A Night in the Ukraine” is a clever reworking of Chekhov’s The Bear by Dick Vosburgh, and the score by Frank Lazarus, Dick Vosburgh, and Jerry Herman features Jeanette MacDonald mocking “Nelson,” the terrific Groucho number “Samovar, the Lawyer,” and the tarnished gold of broken Hollywood dreams in “The Best in the World.”
A short “Thank You” video to the City of Surrey for its support of our 2013 production of The Frog Princess.