Ahead of The Pantomime Awards 2023 in association with Butlin’s at the Trafalgar Theatre in London’s West End on Tuesday 11 April 2023 at 7pm, the UK Pantomime Association (UKPA) has put further public tickets on sale for the Awards ceremony.
A limited number of seats (from £30) are available from ATG Tickets, with more due to be released later this week: https://www.atgtickets.com/shows/the-pantomime-awards-2023/trafalgar-theatre/.
Amongst the line-up of awards presenters will be actor, presenter and composer and UKPA’s newly appointed Vice President Derek Griffiths, The Traitors stars Amanda Lovett and Theo Mayne, television, radio and stage performer Debbie McGee and recent Olivier Award-winning writer, composer and musician Vikki Stone. There will be special performances in store, including entertainment from West End leading lady Anna-Jane Casey and international drag performer and theatre artist Gigi Zahir. The ceremony will be hosted by UKPA’s President, Christopher Biggins.
The full list of Award nominees, as announced last month, is available on UKPA’s website: https://pantomimeassociation.co.uk. The Special Recognition Awards, which celebrate productions and individuals representing the values that the Association seeks to promote, as well as the Outstanding Achievement Award are also to be announced at the ceremony on 11 April.
During the 2022/23 pantomime season, the second year in which The Pantomime Awards have taken place, the UK Pantomime Association’s 64 judges attended over 240 venues to see over 700 performances, far and wide across the United Kingdom.
Founded in 2021, the UK Pantomime Association is a charity that explores, shares and celebrates pantomime by investigating the genre’s rich past, engaging with contemporary practice and inspiring the future.