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Victoria Road, Richmond,
North Yorkshire, DL10 4DW

01748 825252



Friday 2 December 2022 until Sunday 8 January 2023


Pinocchio, the enchanting story of the little wooden puppet who dreams of being a real boy, is next in line to be given the Richmond pantomime treatment. Expect the traditional story and characters but with plenty of quirky twists and turns. There will also be the usual laugh-out-loud comedy, amazing musical routines and stunning special effects.

The Georgian Theatre Royal has been producing its own professional pantomimes since 2010 and in that time has built up a reputation for staging one of the best Christmas shows around. Sleeping Beauty was chosen by The Observer as one of its top festive shows of 2018, and in 2015, The Telegraph named us as the No.1 place to see a pantomime in the UK. For many families, pantomime at the Georgian is a key part of their festive celebrations and the show appeals to all generations.


Pantomime Knitting Appeal

Back in 2011, when someone in the production team of The Adventures of Sinbad suggested that the audience might like to throw knitted bananas onto the stage, noone would have predicted that more than a decade later we would still be including knitting in our productions or that thousands of people from across the world would have joined in the activity.

Since that time, audiences have enthusiastically thrown all manner of items onto the stage from knitted apples and doughnuts to pom-pom snowballs and hearts.

Read more about the knitting here.

This year, the Theatre is appealing for knitted or crocheted fish, which will be used during the 58 performances of Pinocchio.

A fish knitting pattern can be picked up from the Box Office or downloaded using the link below. Alternatively, people can make up their own designs and all colours and sizes are welcomed.


Finished fish should be handed in at the Box Office or posted to arrive at the Theatre (The Georgian Theatre Royal, Victoria Road, Richmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 4DW) by Saturday 26 November.




Past pantomime video archive

The transformation scene from Cinderella (2013)