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Dates: 18 Dec - 20 Dec
Show Time: 8.00pm
Tickets: €16.00 - €14.00 (All tickets 18 December are just €10! | Earlybird - book before 10 December and save 25%)
It just wouldn’t be Christmas at Project Arts Centre without them!
This year, ponydance have toured from Africa to America with their work but don’t worry – it hasn’t changed them a bit. Still good looking, funny, charming and half-naked, the ponies are back with a cracker of a Christmas show.
Expect all the usual Pony Panto treats plus unusual surprises and a live band featuring some of Belfast’s finest musicians.
They’ll be waiting for you under the mistletoe!
On the go since 2005, ponydance have been honing their craft, playing to audiences large and small globally, and are one of Ireland’s quirkiest exports as well as being one of the country’s local favourites.
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Call the Box Office:+353 1 8819 613
Running time: 2 hr 15 min including a 15 min interval
Directed by Leonie McDonagh
Performed by ponydance and special guests
Lighting by Sean McCormack, Gareth Doran
Music by Katie Richardson and Donal Scullion
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