Olympia Panto | Polly and the Magic Lamp

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Olympia Panto | Polly and the Magic Lamp

The Olympia Theatre, Friday 21st December - Sunday 6th January 2019

It's that time of year… This year the Olympia is Ireland's most Star-studded panto!!!

With family madness to rival Mrs Browns Boys set in our own Fair City of Panto Land, this is the fun filled Polly and the Magic Lamp!

This hilarious twist on Aladdin has showstopping numbers that will have you Dancing with the Stars and epic singalongs with one of Ireland's biggest new music sensations! The baddy has a West End touch… Plus there's a magic Genie that'll have you and Mammy Snapchatting the whole family..!

WARNING: If you are a sourpuss, a scrooge, a spoil sport or a bah humbug we advise you to STAY AWAY from THE OLYMPIA THEATRE this Christmas or you might actually end up enjoying yourself!

Indivdual tickets priced from €26 and Family Tickets priced from €84 including booking fee & €1 restoration levy.


Date:
Friday 21st December - Sunday 6th January 2019
Time:
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Price:
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Address:
Olympia Theatre, Dame Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Olympia Theatre, Dame Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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