Copenhagen Theatre Circle proudly presents its sixth traditional British Pantomime Pantostein! Fun for all the family with high-energy theatre, singing, dancing, audience participation and even some cross-dressing!
Evening performances start at 7PM on all days.
Matinee performances on Saturday 28 January, Sunday 29 January and Saturday 4 February start at 2PM.
Please note: the matinee performances on 28 and 29 January are now SOLD OUT. There are still a few tickets left for the matinee on 4 February.
Krudttønden, Serridslevvej 2, 2100 Copenhagen Ø (www.krudttonden.dk)
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The CTC is offering 50% OFF FOR STUDENTS for the shows Friday evening (27 January), Sunday evening (29 January), and Tuesday evening (31 January). For just 80 kr. you can get the full Pantostein experience at half the price!
Please note that student discount tickets cannot be booked online. Tickets will be sold on a first-come-first-served basis at the door on the night of the show, and you must bring a valid student ID with you to show at the box office. Be sure to get to Krudttønden early in order to take advantage of this amazing discount! And please remember that for tickets sold at the door we can only accept cash and MobilePay.
If you are interested in collaborating backstage with costume sewing, set building, set painting, props, PR, front of house, light or sound, drop us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you!
Follow Boris and Bertha as they investigate creepy goings on in Cemeteria, a mountain top village in the heart of Transylvania, where dark secrets and mad scientists dwell side by side. Dracula, Dr Frank N Stein and Igor as well as the Werewolf all play their part. All the elements of traditional family entertainment are here – songs, laughter, slapstick and things that go bump in the night! And don’t be surprised if a certain cow makes an appearance, too…
Ophelia – Lucy Roberts
Dr. Frank N Stein – Nicole Wardell
Dame Bloodengutz – Mario C. D. Paganini
Igor – Andrew Whalley
Boris van Rental – Patrick Presencer
Berta Tidfyl – Katrine Meyer
Dracula – Tai Birkholm Segel
The Bride of Dracula – Fallon Bowman
The Werewolf – Albin Hagmayer
The Witch – Agata Wolniak
The Monster – Olivia Schaetz / Katherine Roberts
Villagers/zombies – Patrycja Sklodowska and James Jensen
Pantostein is directed by Christina Hildebrandt, who previously directed Agnes of God and Abigail’s Party for the CTC. She has also both acted and worked off stage on several other CTC productions.
Six out of six stars from a six year old in CPH Post!
[…] Nicole Wardell as Frankenstein, Mario Paganini as Dame Bloodengutz and Tai Birkholm Segel as the henpecked Dracula are particularly enjoyable […] Albin Hagmayer lends full-blooded karaoke vocals to The Wolfman […], and Frankenstein’s Monster is given a genuinely surprising and touching twist.
[My six year old daughter] was dancing in her seat through the musical numbers (again, all of a distinctly retro flavour, mostly lifted from 80s/90s films: from ‘Ghostbusters’ to ‘Titanic’) and bellowing her ‘It’s behind you’ with full gusto. And ultimately of course, that is the litmus test of any pantomime. […] when the kids are this entertained, you’re likely to forgive a lot. I recommend parents order a stiff drink during the interval. It helped.*
On leaving the Krudttønden theatre, my daughter caught sight of the poster. “Is it February yet?” she asked. “No,” I replied, “that’s when the show ends.” Her eyes widened: “Woah, can we come and see it every day??”
* And the CTC would like to take this opportunity to remind people that drinks, stiff or otherwise, are available in Krudttønden’s foyer before and after the show as well as during the interval!
Click here to download the press release in English.
Click here to download the press release in Danish.
Previous CTC pantos
Pantostein marks the sixth time the CTC stages a traditional British Christmas pantomime. The previous productions were:
Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood (January 2016)
The Snow Queen (January 2015)
Old King Cole (January 2014)
Aladdin (January 2013)
Cinderella (December 2011)