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Todd Carty Confirmed for Middlesbrough Theatre Pantomime

By Published February 13, 2018

MIDDLESBROUGH Theatre has lined up another sparkling show this Christmas to add even more glitz and fizz to your festive season.

Presented by Extravaganza Productions in association with Middlesbrough Theatre, this spectacular production of Dick Whittington stars Todd Carty (Mark Fowler in EastEnders & Tucker in Grange Hill) as King Rat.

Join Dick and his trusty cat as he seeks fame, fortune and happiness on his quest to become the Lord Mayor of London.

However things don’t go quite to plan as Dick discovers that instead of gold the streets of London are lined with an army of rats!

Can our hero outwit the evil rodent King Rat, free London from his team of revolting rodents and win the beautiful Alice’s hand in marriage?

Find out in the ultimate magical pantomime adventure!

There will be dazzling costumes, spellbinding special effects and lots of audience participation that will keep the whole family entertained and amused.

Dick Whittington is a must-see this Christmas. Tickets are already selling fast, so put it on your shopping list now!

  • Dick Whittington is at Middlesbrough Theatre from Friday, December 7 to Sunday, January 6.

Tickets are on sale now! Phone the Box Office on 01642 81 51 81 or book online at www.middlesbroughtheatre.co.uk

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