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Left of Centre Theatre Company, we are very pleased to announce our next show Aladdin by James Barry and directed by Simone Nichol.

 Aladdin is delights the audience with all the traditional theatrical conventions that is unique to pantomime - audience participation, the usual slapstick moments, the very risqué double entendres and the outrageous (cross-dressing) with the Dame.

 Children, parents and grandparents have come to discover the delights and thrills of pantomime. Pantomime is intergenerational fun for EVERONE!! Aladdin proves to be a real crowd pleaser and is sure to entertain all age groups from 3 – 103!!

  Featuring an all star cast who bring a youthful vitality to each whacky and wonderfully delightful character

Oliver Koomsatira as Aladdin,Megan Stewart as Princesse Jasmine,David Sklar as Abanazer, Aris Tyros as Wishy Washy –Aladdin’s brother, Koy Kerr as Widow Twankey—Aladdin’s Mum, Vanessa Nostbakken as Flung Dung, Ellie Moon  as the Genie , the mummie and, Megan Holt as the Slave of the Ring and the girl

 A short synopsis of the story……………...

The very popular story of Aladdin and the lamp.  Aladdin who is always hiding from all those girls meets and falls in love with Princess Jasmine. Princess Jasmine is tricked by Abanazer and he steals the lamp!  Meet all the wonderful characters and see what unfolds before your very eyes!!

Dates and Venues

In collaboration with the Community Events Divison. City of Westmount Lodge Room

Victoria Hall  4626 Sherbrooke West (Crn Lansdowne) Westmount 

Saturday 19th @ 2.00pm  and Sunday 20th February @ 2.00pm 

 March Break St George Anglican Church, 1101 Stanley (opposite the Bell Centre),

February Saturday 26th,  Sunday 27th @ 2.30pm,

March Saturday 5th @ 2.30pm & 7.00pm,

Sunday March 6th @ 2.30pm,

Saturday March 5th @ 7.00pm  tickets 2 for 1,

Adults $12.00 Children $8.00 Seniors/Students $10.00,

Bookings 514 523 2716 or,

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