‘The Beast’ set to star in Gulliver’s Valley’s first ever panto

‘The Beast’ set to star in Gulliver’s Valley’s first ever panto

10:27 22 November in Member News

Gulliver’s Valley theme park is gearing up for its first ever pantomime which stars a very special guest!

Everyone will be going to the ball as the resort welcomes Cinderella for a series of enchanting shows featuring on-screen performances from none other than Mark “The Beast” Labbett – as seen on ITV’s ‘The Chase’.

Some dates for the magical pantomime, which opens at the Rotherham theme park on 9 December and runs on selected dates until 6 January 2024, are already sold out so fans are being urged to book fast.

Popular Mark plays Cinderella’s father and will make onscreen appearances throughout the performance.

Mark said: “From 9 December something truly magical is happening at Gulliver’s Valley and I am thrilled to be involved in the resorts first ever pantomime! Cinderella is a timeless classic for all the family so get ready to embark on a magical journey filled with laughter, love and a little touch of trivia!

“I’ll be playing Cinderella’s father and be making on screen appearances throughout the show. It’s all set to be an experience you won’t want to miss so get your tickets now!”

Audiences can choose from three packages, from ticket only through to options that include theme park entry and a two-course meal served during the show.

Andy Flowers, resort manager at Gulliver’s Valley, said: “We’re so exciting to see Mark appear on screen in Cinderella, our first ever panto at Gulliver’s Valley – it’s really going to be a magical experience!

“The panto is the perfect way to celebrate the festivities with all the family but you better move quickly to secure your seats as some dates are already nearly sold out.”

Tickets for the ten shows which will take place across the festive period start from £15 per person, with accommodation options also available at the resort.

For further information, visit www.gulliversvalleyresort.co.uk

Kieran Bridges

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