The Helix Panto | Robin Hood

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The Helix Panto | Robin Hood

The Helix, Friday 23rd November - Sunday 20th January 2019

With all the wit, magic and fun that our audiences have come to expect from our hilarious panto, Robin Hood is the must-see panto of Christmas 2018. Starring some audience favourites and introducing stunning new talent, The Helix Panto always delivers the best family night out.

The Helix Panto will run from Friday November 23rd until Sunday January 20th.

The Helix and TheatreworX are once again delighted to announce that Temple Street Children's University Hospital are our Charity Partner for this years run! Last year we managed to raise €12,000 for this wonderful cause and we hope to do it all over again.

100% of the proceeds from this show will go directly to Temple Street Childrens University Hospital.

The Helix Panto was the first ever Pantomime to introduce a sensory performance. This has since become an incredibly important part of our Panto run:

Adapted performances will take place on Tuesday 18th of December at 7pm which include no sudden noises or bangs, softer and brighter lighting, and music at a suitable level. There will be no flashing merchandise available in the venue during these times.


Date:
Friday 23rd November - Sunday 20th January 2019
Time:
Varies
Price:
€19.50+
Address:
The Helix, DCU, Collins Avenue, Dublin 9, Ireland

Google Map of The Helix, DCU, Collins Avenue, Dublin 9, Ireland

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