Mother Goose

Mother Goose

8 Dec — 7 Jan
Lyceum Theatre
Children & Family
Sold out

Fresh and fun

The Stage on Mother Goose

Don’t miss this year’s fun-filled, family pantomime, Mother Goose starring Sheffield Legend, Damian Williams who will be celebrating his 10th hilarious year at the Lyceum. The show will also star Jake Canuso (Mateo from ITV’s Benidorm) and children’s favourite Andy Day (CBeebies’ Andy’s Dinosaur Adventures).

Once again, the show will be brought to you by Evolution, the same creative team behind last year’s smash hit Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. With lots of audience participation, spectacular special effects and brand new sets and costumes, Mother Goose promises to be an EGG-cellent pantomime!

Don’t miss out on the city’s biggest pantomime in 2017!

Running time: About 2 hours and 30 minutes (including a 15 minute interval)

A Sheffield Theatres and Evolution Pantomime Co-Production

  • Jake Canuso
  • Damian Williams
  • Andy Day
  • Lisa Davina Phillip
  • Adam Price
  • Cara Dudgeon
  • Dylan Craig
  • Naomi Doran
  • Emmie Ray
  • Stephanie Reid
  • Richard Acland
  • Chris Lloyd
  • Jack Warren
  • Paul Hendy Writer
  • Sarah Langley Choreographer
  • Morgan Brind Set Designer
  • Helga Wood Costume Designer
  • Gary Longfield Lighting Designer
  • Nick Greenhill Sound Designer
  • Nathan Jarvis Musical Director

Fresh and fun

The Stage


The Yorkshire Post

visually splendid

British Theatre Guide

Egg-statically upbeat

The Reviews Hub

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Live for 5

  • On sale Friday 3 November at 5.00pm. Available on all performances 2 - 7 January 2018.
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