The popular Sleeping Beauty returns. A long time ago in a Pantoland far away, a beautiful princess lived in a beautiful palace filled with laughter and joy.
That is until an evil witch cursed her to sleep for a hundred long years!
Join them as the palace comes back to life this Christmas, spinning a tale which is sure to enchant you with their classic combination of dazzling dancers, stunning singing, and comedy capers!
This pantomime is suitable for all ages.
“Brilliant must-see panto with something to offer for everyone”
“Don’t miss it – get your Christmas razzle dazzle on!”
“Brims with festive cheer”
British Theatre Guide
RELAXED PERFORMANCE: Tue 29 November, 1.30pm
AUDIO DESCRIBED PERFORMANCE: Wed 14 December, 7.00pm (please inform their box office team upon making your booking if you will require an audio description headset)
Theatre Royal Windsor is committed to making its shows accessible to all and programmes a variety of enhanced performances for patrons with additional needs.
Wheelchair access for front stalls can be gained at the back of the building via stage door.
Please contact the box office if you are bringing an Assistance Dog with you.
You will need seats at the end of a row.
A Sales Advisor will let you know where the best place for you to be seated will be.
The Theatre Royal Windsor has a Listen IR Infrared System for the hard of hearing. Headsets are available from Theatre Shop in the foyer for each performance on a first-come first-served basis for a £5 returnable deposit.
Please feel free to bring your personal earphones/headphones to use with their Infrared receivers.
A described performance for the visually impaired, usually taking place on the final Saturday matinee of a production.
The describer will explain what is happening, visually, on stage throughout the performance and this is relayed through a headset.
For all performances, a complimentary companion ticket is available for customers with a disability who are unable to attend unaccompanied.
From time to time they provide BSL interpretation of performances for deaf patrons.
An interpreter stands at the side of the stage where they will interpret dialogue as it is spoken using British Sign Language.
In a captioned performance, words will appear as they are spoken on a screen positioned above or to the side of the stage.
Theatre Royal Windsor
32 Thames Street
Family tickets available for selected dates .
TICKET PRICES: Tickets available from £18.50!