Your chance to win tickets to see Sleeping Beauty and Christmas Tales with Granddad at Cast

Christmas Lights switch on with Star Ward characters
Christmas Lights switch on with Star Ward characters

A proper fun-filled and homegrown pantomime comes to Cast

Sleeping Beauty at Cast awakens Doncaster with a huge dose of festive magic and sparkle from Friday, December 4 to Saturday January 3.

Christmas Tales with Grandad

Christmas Tales with Grandad

Live music, beautiful costumes and classic pantomime comedy combine in this refreshing take on a fairytale favourite for fabulous festive fun.

Cast’s homegrown pantomime follows on from the success of Cinderella and Aladdin. Last year’s creative team reunite with direction by Cast’s Kully Thiarai, writing by Matthew Bugg and Tobias Oliver, and design by Ali Allen.

Sleeping Beauty will keep audiences wide awake with light and magic as the forces of Dozecaster strike back against the dark side to save the kingdom from Fairy Nightshade and her Thorntroopers. There’s something for everyone if the force be with you...

Tickets are available at £18 /£15 concessions. Family 4 tickets (4) are £60, and there are discounts for groups of 10 or more. and we a re offering a special offer to see the preview on Friday, December 4 at 7pm for only £13.50. Tickets are available from Cast on 01302 303 959 and at Cast in Doncaster
To win a family ticket (4) for Sleeping Beauty on Thursday 10 December at 7pm, email your answer to closing date is Monday 7 December.

QUESTION: Prince George and Lucas Mucas are huge Star Wars fans, but in what year was the first Star Wars movie released in the UK at Christmas?

A) 1977

B) 1981

C) 1987


For those a little too young for panto, Cast offers a family show with a feast of festive stories in Christmas Tales with Granddad - for children over 3 years old and their families. In this delightful puppet show, little ones will have their imagination sparked. There are stories about a special pair of Christmas pants, a mystery of the snowflake necklace, and the mischievous shenanigans of the Tomten - a feisty little gnome who loves the chance to swap gossip, and who might be the reason Granddad can’t find his favourite tree decoration.

Cuddle up around the fireside with Christmas Tales with Granddad from Tuesday December 8 to Wednesday December 30. Tickets are £9 for adults and £6 for children. Tickets are available from Cast on 01302 303 959 and at Cast in Doncaster
To win 4 tickets for Christmas Tales with Granddad on Saturday 12 December 12, at 11am, email your answer to closing date is Wednesday December 9.

QUESTION: Similar to the tradition of putting out cookies & milk out for Santa, the children in Sweden try to please the Swedish Santa, Tomte, by leaving out?

A) a plate of dried herrings

B) a bowl of rice pudding

C) a bottle of glogg (mulled wine)

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