Jack And The Beanstalk

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Kwazulu-Natal
Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre
Kwazulu-Natal
Thu, 8 Dec 2022 - Sun, 15 Jan 2023
R130 - R250

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No under 3

Join some of Durban's best-loved actors on a magical romp up the famous fairy tale beanstalk and beyond, on an adventure that includes toe-tapping songs, jokes, slapstick, romance, fantastic sets and fantasy costumes! A must-see holiday treat for all ages.

The show stars dashing new-comer William Young as our hero, Jack, with the golden-voiced Roshanda Lewis as his love-interest, Princess Jill. Blessing Xaba steps into the Dame's high heels to play Jack's long suffering mother, Flora Flatbroke, with panto favourites Bryan Hiles and Iain 'Ewok' Robinson as the inept robbers, Cecil and Claude. The forces of good and evil are represented by Shelley MacLean as the ditsy good fairy, Glissanda Goldenvox, with Liesl Coppin as the deliciously nasty Lady Beastly. Much-loved and versatile actor, Lyle Buxton once again gets up on his stilts to play the Giant. Written and directed by Steven Stead, and designed by Greg King.



Select Venue

Kwazulu-Natal
Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre
Kwazulu-Natal
Thu, 8 Dec 2022 - Sun, 15 Jan 2023
R130 - R250

Venue


No under 3

Join some of Durban's best-loved actors on a magical romp up the famous fairy tale beanstalk and beyond, on an adventure that includes toe-tapping songs, jokes, slapstick, romance, fantastic sets and fantasy costumes! A must-see holiday treat for all ages.

The show stars dashing new-comer William Young as our hero, Jack, with the golden-voiced Roshanda Lewis as his love-interest, Princess Jill. Blessing Xaba steps into the Dame's high heels to play Jack's long suffering mother, Flora Flatbroke, with panto favourites Bryan Hiles and Iain 'Ewok' Robinson as the inept robbers, Cecil and Claude. The forces of good and evil are represented by Shelley MacLean as the ditsy good fairy, Glissanda Goldenvox, with Liesl Coppin as the deliciously nasty Lady Beastly. Much-loved and versatile actor, Lyle Buxton once again gets up on his stilts to play the Giant. Written and directed by Steven Stead, and designed by Greg King.



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