Commuters at a busy train station were greeted by a giant golden egg while the city is summoned for a star-studded pantomime.
Travelers passing through Brighton Station have noticed the egg adorned with the words ‘Mother Goose’ to promote this year’s panto at the Theater Royal Brighton.
The egg also contains a QR code directing people to buy tickets, which organizers say are selling the egg extremely fast.
John Baldock, Theater Director, Theater Royal Brighton said: “To open a production of such amazing quality at such a fantastic price is incredible.
“We can’t wait for the Brighton audience to enjoy the show.”
The pantomime, which opens this Saturday, stars award-winning actor Sir Ian McKellen and comedian John Bishop.
Sir Ian described the Theater Royal as “one of the iconic theatres”.
He said: “Being so close to London, it was often used for pre-London tours. So if you lived in Brighton you could see any decent London show before it got to London.
“I saw Marlene Dietrich at the Theater Royal and of course the connection to Laurence Olivier who lived down in Brighton with a lot of other theater people.”
Tickets for the pantomime, which takes place in Brighton until December 11th, are available from mothergooseshow.co.uk.
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