Due to national and international demand – stream of Jack & The Beanstalk panto extended until Sunday 10th January

Jack & The Beanstalk

IRELAND’S Only Irish Sign Language Interpreted Pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk at UCH Limerick has been extended due to overwhelming public demand. With a choice of online streams with or without signing, you may now purchase and view until midnight on Sunday 10 January.

With people watching everywhere from Panama to Portlaoise and Brisbane to Bantry, the UCH Panto has already been viewed thousands of times right across the world.

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People have tuned in over Christmas from countries including Australia, the US, South America, Canada and New Zealand, as well as throughout Europe and of course, in every corner of Ireland.This smash hit, international sensation can now be enjoyed for an extra week and is the perfect way to keep the kids entertained during their prolonged holiday!

Jack & The Beanstalk features long time UCH Panto favourite, Richie Hayes, joined by the always irresistible Dame Myles Breen. Liam O’Brien of Emmerdale fame makes his UCH Panto debut as the baddest of baddies!

Dayl Cronin, is back as Jack, with Aisling Breen returning as the faithful, baddie side kick. Also making their UCH Panto debut’s this year are Ruth Berkeley as Fairy Ella and Waterford native Julie Power who plays Jill.

Speaking about the ISL Interpreted version of this year’s show Sinéad Hope said “We have always explored ways to make our live Panto more accessible and have had a sensory version of the show, which included an ISL interpreter, for a number of years. It was therefore really important to us, and to producer Robert C Kelly, that this year’s online version of Panto was still accessible to the deaf community.”

To book tickets for the stream featuring the ISL Interpreter Panto lovers should select the ‘with Sign Language Interpreter’ ticket type when booking tickets.

This project has been part-funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht Sport and Media from the Live Performance Support Scheme

On Demand, Online Stream Available until 10th January
Tickets €15 on sale now from