The Helix Panto – The Three Musketeers

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The Helix, Friday 22nd November - Sunday 19th January

The Three Musketeers – TheatreworX Productions return to The Helix this Christmas for the 12th year of Panto fun with this hilarious adaptation.

With all the wit, magic and fun that our audiences have come to expect from The Helix's hilarious panto! TheatreworX is renowned for its hilarious scripts with the perfect cast resulting in the best family Christmas outing. With audience favourites Aidan Mannion and Colin Hughes returning along with Chris Corroon's Lola amongst others, this year's production is set to tickle the funny bone yet again.

Sensory-Friendly Show: Wednesday December 18th at 7:00pm.
The changes incorporated into the sensory friendly show include softer and brighter lighting, no sudden noises or bangs, music at a suitable level and a particular allowance is made for children who may need to move around more and may react in different ways to a performance. In addition to these changes, no flashing merchandise will be available in The Helix during the sensory-friendly performance.

Head along to The Helix this Christmas to see yet another fresh, fun and exciting panto that will leave your face and sides sore from laughing.

Friday 22nd November - Sunday 19th January
The Helix, DCU, Collins Avenue, Dublin 9, Ireland

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