What's on in the North East
28 November 2021
Reporter: Peter Lathan
Newcastle Theatre Royal’s panto, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, continues until 9 January 2022.
At Northern Stage, the Christmas show, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, runs until 31 December.
Bonnie and Fanny's Christmas Spectacular, featuring Bonnie and the Bonnettes and Your Aunt Fanny, is at Live Theatre from Wednesday until 23 December.
10 Things to Do in a Small Cumbrian Town, a one-woman show by Hannah Sowerby, is at Alphabetti from Tuesday until 11 December.
Sleeping Beauty opens at the Tyne Theatre and Opera House on Friday and runs until 3 January.
The Curious Vogue Ball 2021, a celebration of North East LGBTQ culture (18+), is at Dance City at 8:30 on 4 December. Then on Sunday at 2:00 and 3:30, Darren Pritchard Dance presents Family Vogue Ball in which four houses go head to head in an epic vogue ball for all the family and the audience decides the winner.
Rapunzel, the Customs House panto, continues until 6 January 2022.
Mendes Management presents Beauty and the Beast at The Exchange, North Shields from Tuesday until 24 December.
Alice in Wonderland is at Laurels, Whitey Bay from Wednesday to Friday at 7:00.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs opens at Playhouse Whitley Bay on Saturday and runs until 2 January.
Robin Hood, the panto at Durham’s Gala Theatre, runs until 9 January.
Treasure Island, Consett Empire’s panto, runs until 31 December.
From Wednesday to Saturday, family show The Nutcracker Re-Miced is at Bishop Auckland Town Hall at 10:30 and 1:30 (10:30 only on Thursday).
Aladdin opens at Billingham Forum on Saturday and runs until 3 January.
Peter Pan opens at Middlesbrough Theatre on Friday, running until 31 December.
Beauty and the Beast opens at The Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond on Friday and runs (various times) until 9 January.
Cinderella runs at Harrogate Theatre until 16 January 2022.