Jack and The Beanstalk

30th November 2019 to 5th January 2020
Location: Kings Theatre
Tickets: £12.00 to £39.00 Get Tickets

The Glasgow King’s Theatre 2019 Christmas panto will be the magical pantomime adventure Jack and The Beanstalk. Starring Elaine C Smith alongside Johnny Mac.

Jack and The Beanstalk Glasgow

Packed with all of the traditional panto ingredients King’s Theatre audiences expect, Jack and the Beanstalk will feature laugh-out-loud comedy, stunning scenery, beautiful costumes and plenty of boos and hisses. See it from 30th November 2019 to 5th January 2020.

Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum… I smell a brand new pantomime!

For the first time in over 30 years, a mighty beanstalk will burst out of Bath Street as Jack and the Beanstalk returns to the King’s.

Fresh from their trip to Old Peking, Elaine C Smith and Johnny Mac will be back, swapping their magic carpet for Dame Trot’s farm to follow Jack and his family and climb a beanstalk of gigantic proportions to Cloudland in another unmissable family show.

Doomed to sell his trusty coo, join Jack as he fights to save the beautiful Princess, outwit the evil giant and win riches beyond his wildest dreams along with the hand of the girl he loves. Expect laughs, music, special effects, magic beans and bundles of audience participation in this GIANT of a pantomime!

If you’ve never seen a Panto at The Kings Theatre in Glasgow, then you’ve missed out!

30th November 2019 to 5th January 2020
Location: Kings Theatre
Tickets: £12 to £47.40 Get Tickets

In 2018 it was Aladdin starring Elaine C Smith as Widow Twankey alongside Johnny Mac as the lovable eejit Wishee Washee. We followed Aladdin, his brother Wishee Washee, and of course his mother Widow Twankey, on a spectacular adventure. There was flying carpets, a wish-granting genie, an evil sorcerer and a lamp-full of laughs. Paul-James Corrigan, from Gary Tank Commander also stars as  the Imperial Palace Guard in the magical pantomime adventure Aladdin.

In 2017 it was Sleeping Beauty: A panto favourite: Once upon a time in a land far far away, the beautiful Princess Aurora is given a 16th birthday present by her evil godmother Carabosse. Sleeping Beauty is placed under a cruel curse and forced to sleep for 100 years after she pricks her finger on an enchanted spinning wheel.

In 2016 it was Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: For only the second time the Kings are delighted to present the fairest pantomime of them all Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Scottish comedy legend Gregor Fisher lead the cast of panto favourites, the Rab C. Nesbitt star adds another string to his vest in the role of Hector the Henchman alongside much-loved panto favourite and Capital FM presenter Des Clarke as Muddles and Juliet Cadzow (Balamory, Panto Pie and a Pint) as the Wicked Queen.

In 2015 it was Peter Pan: Widely hailed as one of the best for many years.