Crewe Lyceum is throwing open its doors to the general public this Saturday for a day of Peter Pan themed fun and games inspired by the theatre’s Pantomime.
The day is jam packed full of FREE children’s activities including, Pirate and Tinkerbell facepainting, Pirate arts and crafts and Peter Pan storytelling, colouring competitions and hand painting.
For the grown-ups the theatre will host tours, allowing the general public to go on stage to tread the 100 year old boards before going beyond the iron curtain to see the inner workings of this beautiful Edwardian Theatre.
Visitors have the chance to enter a free raffle to win a VIP Box Gift inclusive of a three course meal for two and tickets to see Brian Conley this Sunday, plus the chance to go backstage after the show and meet the man himself.
Visitors can also enter the Theatre Tombola to win exclusive prizes such as show tickets and merchandise.
Cakes baked by theatre staff will be on sale throughout the day and the theatre’s new bistro restaurant will be serving drinks and hot and cold meals and snacks.
The Open Day will commence at 10am and finish at 4pm with all proceeds from the Tombola and Cake Sale donated to the Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Gemma Whalley, Marketing Manager for Crewe Lyceum said:
“Crewe Lyceum has recently undergone extensive refurbishments and now attracts big budget, internally renowned shows .
This open day is a great way of showing off those changes as well as raising money for a very worthwhile charity.
This year’s pantomime is already set to be one of the theatre’s best-selling shows to date, and stars Eastenders Adam Woodyatt as pantomime villain Captain Hook.
Local lad George Knapper stars alongside him as children’s book classic, Peter Pan.
To find out more details or to book tickets please visit the website below
Crewe Lyceum Pantomime 2013