music & theatre

Aladin Pantomime at The New Theatre Royal Lincoln

Dec 5
5th December 2023 - 7th January 2024

Lincoln’s longest running traditional pantomime is back at The New Theatre Royal Lincoln and this time they're taking you on a genie-tastic adventure in Aladdin!

This year's cast has some familiar faces, West End stars, and a national treasure in the shape of an Olympic gymnast... it's all you could wish for in a panto cast!

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Introducing The Panto Cast for Aladin

New Theatre Royal Lincoln have a treat for families this Christmas, with their in-house pantomime production of Aladin… oh, yes they do! 

Strictly Come Dancing legend, Ian Waite, returns as Sultan Cha-Cha-Cha after becoming an audience favourite in last year's panto as the Fairy Godfather.

Olympic gymnast medallist and winner of Strictly Come Dancing and ITV's The Masked DancerLouis Smith MBE stars in his first ever pantomime as Abanazar.

West End leading man, Roger Wright, who played the role of adult Simba in the original West End cast of Disney's The Lion King, takes to the stage as the Genie of the Lamp.

Aladdin is set to be another fabulous production with a vibrant set, colourful costumes, huge dance routines, sensational vocals, and perfect comedic timing.

opening times

Monday 5th December 2023 – Sunday 7th January 2024
Show start times from: 11:00, 15:00, 19:00.
BSL Signed & Relaxed Performance
Sunday 10th December, 13:30

entry & prices

Ticket prices start at £24.50

Advanced payment plans are available, paying in instalments. For full details visit their website.

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New Theatre Royal

Visit the New Theatre Royal in Lincoln for a traditional theatre experience. The present theatre, initially called the New Theatre Royal, was built in 1893 to the designs of Bertie Crewe and W.G.R. Sprague. After an explosion and fire in 1892 had destroyed the previous Theatre Royal on the site, built in 1806.