Panto’s back… and this time it’s digital! This year we’re bringing the magic of Theatre503 at Christmas directly to YOU with a live-streamed, rebooted, interactive cracker of a show: our festive hit The Fairytale Revolution.
Peter Pan and Lost Boyz might be ready for another adventure…but the world needs a new hero. Wendy’s had enough of cleaning up everyone else’s mess – so it’s time to change her fate. She teams up with Captain Hook, who actually hates being a pirate, and sets out on a daring quest to change both their stories. But you can’t overhaul a few centuries of tradition….(oh yes you can!)…without upsetting the all-powerful Narrator who will stop at nothing to keep things as they are.
Tickets are £10 per Zoom link
So everyone in the community can share this gift of Christmas, our Share The Drama scheme is also available to anyone who can’t afford this price. If you’d like this option, please fill out this form
We are also incredibly grateful to Wandsworth Borough Council, whose support means we can also offer our show free to local schools, care homes and hospitals.
Anna Spearpoint & Louise Beresford
Anna Spearpoint trained with the National Youth Theatre REP company and Soho Theatre Writers' Lab. She is a writer, actor, and Associate Artist of the National Youth Theatre. Her play 'Omelette' won the Arcola 'Playwrought' competition and was nominated for the Origins Awards for Outstanding New Work when it debuted at VAULT Festival 2020. She has had short plays performed at The Bunker, The Pleasance and in the Paines Plough Roundabout.
Louise Beresford trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Louise is a performer and writer in both drama and comedy, appearing in shows at Soho Theatre, Young Vic, and a regular at Theatre 503, as well developing three sell-out Edinburgh shows at the Underbelly with comedy group ‘Lead Pencil’ who have also appeared on BBC Radio 4, Comedy Central and Funny Or Die.
Anna and Louise met whilst performing in the 2018 Theatre503 panto. After months gazing lovingly into each other's funny bones, and nearly reaching breaking point in arguments about whether Die Hard is a Christmas film (Anna: It's not.) (Lou: It Is.) (Anna: I'm writing this bit of the bio, so it's not.) they decided to join forces and make funny things with a swanky title, Louisiana.
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