More tickets released for all performances of Big Dick Whittington Adult Panto

Besi Besemar April 1, 2019

The Alternative Adult Panto, Big Dick Whittington and his Pussy, opens tomorrow night (Thursday, April 4) at the Phil Starr Pavilion located on Victoria Gardens near Marlborough Place in Brighton as part of The B RIGHT ON LGBT+ Community Festival.

The producers have been able to release addition seats for all performances of this classic tale filled with double entendres performed by a stellar cast of Brighton entertainers and a sprinkling of West End and international performers

DIRECTED and staged by Quintin Young and written by Andrew Stark, this season they welcome, Mrs Moore to the cast, for a couple of guest performances on (April 5 & 7).

Performing in their new home, The Phil Starr Pavilion, part of the B RIGHT ON LGBT+ Community Festival, on Victoria Gardens – (The annual site for the Lady Boys Of Bangkok, on Grand Parade).

Can, Big Dick Whittington (Jason Lee) win Alice’s (Lola Lasagne) heart, to the disappointment of the loveable Wicky Woo (Allan Jay)?

Will her father Alderman Fitz-Tightly (David Anthony) put a stop to that and marry Alice off to the Sultan of Gran Canaria to save his shop?

Can Dick’s Pussy (Miss Jason) help him keep them on track purrrfectly?

What ever happens Sara-Lee, the cook (Sally Vate) is there to keep an eye on them all! That is as long as Queen Rat (Davina Sparkle) doesn’t interfere and get her way becoming mayor of Brighton town with the help from her chief Ratling (Stephanie Von Clitz).

This tale couldn’t be told without Fairy Vape-Juice (Dave Lynn) pointing Dick in the right direction!

Tickets are selling fast, with some shows already sold out – and extra performances added. (If you’re a group of 10 or more you automatically get a discount, 10 for 9!)

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Event: Alternative Panto Brighton returns, with Big Dick Whittington and his Pussy

Where: Phil Starr Pavilion, Victoria Gardens, Grand Parade, Brighton

When: April 4 – 14

Cost: £23

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Tickets are also available on the door at the Phil Starr Pavilion.