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Do you think a baby needs a ticket for a panto?

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curiousgeorgie Thu 25-Jul-13 13:35:31

I'm looking to book Panto tickets at either Wimbledon or Richmond, and will have a 3 year old and a 5 month old..

I can't find it on the website and all the tickets seem to be the same price, so do you think a (will be) 5 month old who will be on my lap will need a ticket of her own??

Would you buy one or just risk it? (I would call customer services but have just managed to get a toddler and a newborn to sleep next to me and if I speak, it's all over wink)

CajaDeLaMemoria Thu 25-Jul-13 13:38:12

I'd call later. They might need to know for fire safety protocols, but I wouldn't expect to be charged full price.

amigababy Thu 25-Jul-13 13:45:32

some theatres or individual productions have a babes in arms policy, really you'll need to find out in advance.

70isaLimitNotaTarget Fri 26-Jul-13 00:41:30

When I took my DC to the Panto for the first time I had to buy a ticket for them even though they sat on my lap (well the DS did when he was on his own then younger DD when I took both)

But there was a minimum age too (can't remember how old) .
You'd need to phone and check for sure.

curiousgeorgie Fri 26-Jul-13 13:58:47

Thanks, I checked and she was full price in Richmond but in Wimbledon free but we have to ask for a baby ticket when we get there!


toisa Sun 04-Aug-13 15:47:50

Despite full price you can buy the cheapest tkt in the gods for her...

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