The PwC Pantomime is a unique charitable theatrical production that aims to bring joy to children everywhere and in particular to children from inner-city schools and charities.
The PwC Pantomime started out as a small show at the Chaucer Theatre in London in 1987, but is now embarking on its 34th year. It's a full scale production, running for a week in the West End of London and touring to a second UK city for an additional four shows.
This year's production is Treasure Island and will be brought to life by around 200 PwC staff and alumni, both on stage and behind the scenes.
Treasure Island is a swashbuckling tale of adventure, pirates, parrots and treasure. Our hero Jim Hawkins finding himself in possession of a treasure map leaves Bristol to sail the high seas and the low seas to find the secret treasure of Captain Flint! However, he has to outwit and outsmart the evil Long John Silver and his pirate band.
Please browse through our website to learn more about the Pantomime, this year's production and previous shows. We hope you'll come to one of our performances soon and experience it for yourself!
“Carers and young people alike really enjoyed the show and had an absolutely fantastic day out"
“It was the funniest, biggest-gargantuan show I ever seen I loved it!!!”
“I could not resist dancing along it was like a magnet drawing me in”