Watch as we meet the cast of Scouse of the Rising Sun at our Royal Court

The Royal Court Christmas show is ON and this time the gang are off to the Far East…

Watch as we meet Lindzi Germaine & Michael Fletcher from the cast to find out more about this years Crimbo madness and the good news is the show runs right the way up until 15th January so there is no reason to miss it (plus it also makes a rather nice Christmas gift as well)

Jake Abraham, Hayley Hampson, Michael Ledwich, Drew Schofield, Alan Stocks and Keddy Sutton all also return to The Court for festive fun and frolics.

This year the main change is the writer with Kevin Fearon picking up the pen that is usually brandished by Fred Lawless. Fred is working on another project for 2017 so has taken a year off. Kevin has produced all of the last seven Christmas shows and is joined by the Director Bob Eaton, Musical Director Howard Gray and Designer Foxton.

A crazed dictator with a massive chip on his shoulder is set to launch a nuclear weapon at Liverpool. Our best hope is Mr T Inman, a cowardly liar and the ever so dim Clare Crow. Guided by an eastern mystic and a well meaning panda they are the only thing that stands between our great city and total destruction! Will our heroes find what they are looking for? Will they save the day? Come and find out!

The Royal Court Christmas show is an annual fun-fest that has had audiences laughing and singing along for the last seven years. Tickets always sell fast so book soon or miss out!

So get down to The Court! It’ll be Panda-monium!

Kevin Fearon, Executive Producer at Liverpool’s Royal Court and writer of the show: “The Royal Court Christmas show has got a great reputation for being, funny, silly and packed with good music. It was tough following in Fred’s footsteps but I think everyone will enjoy this year’s show. The rehearsals have been brilliant fun so far and we have got a very talented cast and creative team so the audience can expect some big laughs and a great night out as usual!”

The show contains some strong language and the recommended age limit is 16+.

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