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The Wizard of Oz

3 Dec 2022 - 2 Jan 2023

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Follow the Yellow Brick Road to Theatre Royal Winchester this Christmas, for Theatre Royal Winchester’s own panto style production of The Wizard of Oz.

Brim full of all the things you have come to love about their annual pantomimes – original songs, corny jokes and loads of audience participation – this promises to be our most spectacular production yet.

When it comes to festive family fun, there really is no place like Theatre Royal Winchester!

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Tickets from £10.50; Book early for the best price.

Gold performances: Tickets from £18

Silver performances: Tickets from £15

Standard performances: Tickets from £10.50

Members: Priority booking from 3 May; Early bird: 15% off price bands A & B (Silver and Standard performance types only. Book by 10 May.)

Groups (8+): 10% off price bands A & B (Silver and Standard performance types only.)

Schools: Early bird: £10.50 on all price bands (Standard performance types only. Book by 30 Sep.)

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Relaxed performances:  Thu 8 Dec 1pm & Sun 1 Jan 2.30pm

Relaxed performances are specially designed to provide a supportive environment for children and adults with learning difficulties, special needs or Autistic Spectrum Condition. The performances are open to everyone but will be particularly suited to these groups.

Audio-described performance and Touch Tour:  Sun 11 Dec 11am

(Touch Tour begins 10am)

Visually impaired audiences members can listen to a narrator describing the action on stage between the dialogue via a set of headphones.

Touch Tours take place 1 hour ahead of the Audio-described performance and allow the audience members to visit the set and feel the props to familiarise themselves ahead of the show.

BSL Interpreted performances: Thu 8 Dec 1pmSat 10 Dec 7pm & Sun 1 Jan 2.30pm

During these performances, a British Sign Language interpreter stands at the side of the stage clearly visible to the audience and interprets the spoken word and sound effects.

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