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Peter Pan Production Comes to Llandudno

A  pantomime production of Peter Pan will be coming to the Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno as it prepares for its annual pantomime season which starts on the 22nd December right through to the 31st December.  Television personality Barney Harwood will be taking on the lead role of Peter Pan as he fights his swashbuckling nemesis Captain Hook with his team of Lost Boys and fairy side kick Tinkerbell. The pantomime gives people of all ages from holiday lodges in Snowdonia the opportunity to indulge in some family fun and make the most of the energetic atmosphere.  

World’s Largest Pantomime Producer

The production involves stunning set design, beautiful costumes and captivating flying sequences with a dose of comedy and humour to suit all tastes.  J M Barrie’s Peter Pan will be produced by Qdos entertainment, the world’s largest pantomime producer and the same production team who delivered Aladdin and Cinderella in previous years.  During last year’s performance of Aladdin there was an impressive 3D element incorporated into the production that is sure to attract visitors to Peter Pan this year. Barney Harwood is joined by theatre favourite Michael Howe who has starred in productions such as Cats and High Society as Captain Hook, pantomime regular John Evans as Smee and Peter Pans companion Tinkerbell is being played by actress Isobel Hathaway.  

Take a Stroll along the Promenade and Pier

After the excitement of the pantomime Llandudno has plenty to offer people of all ages as there is an on-site cafe and restaurant which serves delicious food as well as an abundance of restaurants and cafes in the local area.  The promenade and pier offers the perfect chance to enjoy a winter Christmas walk and there are plenty of shops and boutiques where visitors can pick up bargains over the Christmas period.

Soak Up the Medieval Atmosphere in Conwy

The nearby walled town of Conwy is a short drive away from the heart of Snowdonia and contains one of the best preserved medieval castles in the world.  Conwy Castle offers breathtaking views of the mountains and sea which look just as mesmerising in the winter months as they do in the summer.  Although Conwy is much smaller than Llandudno there are plenty of cosy pubs nearby and quaint tea rooms offering the finest locally sourced Welsh produce. A trip to Conwy is the perfect ending to the day, after a pantomime performance, and children will enjoy the unique knight shop which sells real armour and shields which are enough to inspire everyone’s imagination.

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