We were privileged to be given tickets for Wednesdays performance of Beauty and the Beast at the Queens Theatre, Hornchurch.

All those who went to see the show had a really great time and it was lovely to see them up dancing, booing the wicked witch and joining in with the fun.

Our thanks goes to Queens Theatre for their generous donation of the tickets.

Here’s what some of the parents thought of the evening:

I just wanted to say a massive THANK YOU for the Panto tickets… we both loved it. Great night… Thanks again

A massive thank you … we had a fantastic time at the Panto last night… xx

Thank you for the tickets, we had a brilliant time….my ears are still aching from his shouting….all part of the panto fun !! xxxx

Thank you so much for our panto tickets my son had a great night

Thank you positive parents 😁 he had a great time last night with daddy at the panto couldn’t stop smiling when he got home and slept ALL night so one happy mummy and a happy boy too xxxxx

My boy slept until 5.50am whoop whoop… think it must of been the rapid bursts of dancing every few minutes lol!!

Thank you for a great evening, we both really enjoyed it 😍x

Thank you very much for the tickets. My daughter was so excited and enjoyed the performance very much. I have never taken her to the theatre before, so this experience is greatly appreciated.

Just to say thank you for the Panto tickets. My son thoroughly enjoyed himself, ‘thumb-downing’ the witch, joining in shouted responses and dancing around at the appropriate times. What  may have been lost in comprehension was made up for by music, which he loves, and interaction with the cast.

I just wanted to say a huge thank you for the wonderful night. My son loved it joining in in true panto style we felt relaxed & not like we were upsetting anyone else but having a very enjoyable rare night out. Really appreciate your efforts for inclusiveness across our community.

 

 

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