St Helens Christmas panto Goldilocks is ‘Just Right’ with 5 star reviews
2 years ago
Goldilocks And The Three Bears at St Helens Theatre Royal runs until Sunday 9 January 2022.
The theatre’s Christmas pantomimes have become a real highlight of the festive season year after year, and Goldilocks audiences confirming it’s “the greatest show on earth”.
The circus comes to town this Christmas in Regal Entertainment’s magical pantomime, Goldilocks And The Three Bears. It promises to be just right with its mix of unbelievable circus tricks, madcap comedy capers, Regal’s high production values, and a smash-hit selection of chart hits to sing and dance along to.
Audiences are invited to join Goldilocks this festive season who, with the help of the Three Bears, tries to save her Big Top from a rival circus owner!
St Helens Theatre Royal has been granted the use of the Society Of London Theatre & UK Theatre’s ‘See It Safely’ mark. This certifies that the venue is complying with Government and industry Covid-19 guidelines to ensure the safety of staff, performers, and audiences.
Goldilocks And The Three Bears features a host of St Helens’ favourites cast members, who have trained for six months ahead of the show to master a number of circus skills and stunts which will feature in the show, including aerial skills and hoops.
David Tag is joined by Timothy Lucas as Baron Von Vippemall, Olivia Sloyan as Goldilocks, David Phipps-Davis as Dame Gertie, Scott Gallagher as Silly Billy, Jenna Sian O’Hara as Baby Bear, Harry Moore as Daddy Bear, and Chantal Amber Rose as Mummy Bear.
The creative team includes director and producer Chantelle Nolan, musical supervisor Callum Clarke, choreography by Nazene Langfield, and written by Reece Sibbald.
Theatre manager and show director and producer Chantelle Nolan commented:
“We are absolutely delighted with the response to Goldilocks And The Three Bears, it’s our biggest and most adventurous show to date and is a brand-new production with sparkling new sets and costumes. We want people to come to the theatre with the assurance that we are doing everything we can to ensure they have a safe visit. We would ask all ticketholders to wear a mask to assist in the safe visit for themselves and others.”
St Helens Theatre Royal has a range of Covid-secure measures in place. They include increased cleaning, hand sanitiser stations at points throughout the building, and a QR code phone app for audiences to order food and beverages to be delivered to them at their seats.
Customers are required to wear face coverings (unless exempt) and are being encouraged to take a lateral flow test up to 48 hours before attending a show. People are asked not to visit the theatre if they have Covid symptoms. Meanwhile theatre staff are taking daily Covid tests.