This year we are proud to announce the sixth production of The Interior Designers’ Pantomime, Jack and the Blingstalk playing at the Harold Pinter Theatre, in the heart of London’s West End.
Every year the pantomime grows, both the scale of the production and the sum of funds raised for the nominated charities. This year we are delighted to support William Yeoward’s charity, Screw Cancer. From the outset William was a huge part of the Panto family and one of the main pillars of its success. His charismatic performance will be sorely missed. In his memory, we are all delighted to support Screw Cancer in their mission to create an App to provide cancer sufferers with all the vital information they need in one place. William’s remarkable legacy will be available through the Maggie’s and the NHS.
The pantomime will run from Sunday 3rd November until Thursday 7th November. The 800 seater, Grade 2 listed theatre, built in 1881 is one of the gems of ‘theatreland’. We expect Jack and the Blingstalk to play to an audience of over 4000, from industry professionals to theatre loving public. Stunning, heritage listed theatres have an exceptional reputation for world class productions, so it is a great honour and privilege to tread these hallowed boards.
The costumes will be designed by legendary names from British and International fashion houses. In 2014 these included Vivienne Westwood, Zandra Rhodes, Jasper Conran, Bruce Oldfield, Tomasz Starzewski and Oscar winning designer Jenny Beavan.
Once again we are pleased to offer an exclusive black tie Gala Performance
Wednesday 6th November at 7pm
Tables of 10 £3,800
Booking now open email firstname.lastname@example.org
The glittering evening includes a champagne interval followed by dinner at the Banqueting House Whitehall. For a feel of the show think Rocky Horror Picture Show meets Charlie and the Chocolate Factory while pimping up a pair of Cows to Grease Lighting!
2014’s Peter Pan and the Designers of the Caribbean received extensive media coverage, including editorial coverage in House and Garden and Interiors. It received online coverage in Vogue, Tatler, the Evening Standard and more.
Your support in any way will mean the world to us, whether it is buying tickets, sponsoring a performance or donating fabrics for the set and costumes.
Since 2001 the panto has raised over a million for charities in the UK and we invite you to be part of this amazing achievement.
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