Christmas may be gone but it’s still not too late to see this year’s Christmas pantomime, Dick Whittington, which will remain on show at Salisbury Playhouse until Sunday, January 7.

Fifteen performances remain, including an accessible BSL-signed, captioned and relaxed performance on Thursday, January 4.

Salisbury Playhouse’s production of Dick Whittington has been described as “the go-to destination for festive family entertainment” by Experience Salisbury and “an unforgettable Yuletide adventure” by Fairy Powered Productions.

The dates and times left for which people can still join Dick Whittington and his cat Cosmo on a journey to save London from hordes of rats are:

  1. Friday, December 29 at 7pm
  2. Saturday, December 30 at 2.15pm and 7pm
  3. Sunday, December 31 at 1pm and 5.30pm
  4. Tuesday, January 2 at 5.30pm
  5. Wednesday, January 3 at 2.15pm and 7pm
  6. Thursday, January 4 at 2.15pm (BSL-signed, captioned, relaxed) and 7pm
  7. Saturday, January 6 at 2.15pm and 7pm
  8. Sunday, January 7 at 1pm and 5.30pm

Tickets start at £17 and can be purchased on the Salisbury Playhouse’s website.