The SEC Pantomime is held every year in the iconic SEC Armadillo which has 3,000 seats, making the SEC pantomime the biggest production in Glasgow. Previous stars to grace the stage include David Hasselhoff, Gary: Tank Commander, The Krankies, John Barrowman and many more.

The much-loved SEC pantomime flies back into action this year with Aladdin. Running from the 11th-29th December 2021, this will be the 11th year of the panto at the SEC Armadillo. Audience favourite, Gary: Tank Commander, will be returning to the stage along with beautiful costumes, stunning scenery and laugh out loud comedy guaranteed in this year’s production.

Kickstart your festive plans by booking tickets for this year’s show, which is a family hit for all ages.

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This year you can purchase tickets using Klarna allowing you to break up your payment into three easy instalments. Alternatively, get in touch if you are looking to make a group booking with special discounts available for certain group sizes.

 

 

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2021 Cast

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2019 Reviews ​​​​​​

Don’t take our word for it! Here’s some rave reviews from previous years:

"A festive treat for all the family... a feel-good Christmas cracker!" The Daily Mail

"If you want a family panto with glitz, glamour and laugh out loud moments, this is the one for you… oh yes it is! "Daily Record

"What makes a great Scottish panto star? It’s a mix of familiarity, inventiveness and sheer love for the panto tradition and live theatre, combined with a mysterious touch of magic; but whatever the formula, it’s clear from the shenanigans, ongoings and general joy of this year’s Qdos pantomime at the SEC Armadillo that Greg McHugh, better known as Gary Tank Commander, is shaping up to join the ranks of Scotland’s true panto tradition-bearers." The Scotsman

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