Pinner Panto crowdfunding launched

This year in order to keep the Pinner Pantomime evening going as a major event the committee has launched a crowdfunding page, the link to donate can be found here…………….
The event has traditionally been supported by Pinner Traders, businesses and organisations like the Pinner Association but with the reductions in shops etc and replacement of offices with apartments fresh sources are needed to keep this marvellous event going. So please support us by giving what you can to make the 2018 evening a great success.


Pinner Panto Video 2017

The Filming Unit has produced a video of the 2017 Pinner Panto. Click on the image to play the video.The Pinner Pantomime committee has no control over external websites that are linked to from this website.

Pinner Panto Evening Costume Competition 2017

The judges selected the following Pinner Panto 2017 Costume winners

The Trio of Businesses in Bridge Street
The teams from Lule Hair and Beauty, Osteria Modigliani restaurant and Eyesey Eyecare joined together for the “Mad Hatters Tea Party”

Dri Blow Dry Bar
The team from Dri pictured with the M P for Ruislip, Pinner and Northwood RT Hon Nick Hurd and the Deputy Mayoress of Harrow

Earth White Pinner
The team from Earth White with the Mayoress of Harrow and the Harrow Pearly King & Queen

Highly Commended
Visage – High Street
Gibbs Gillespie – High Street
Robsons – High Street
My Dream Kitchen – Marsh Road



Car Fire at Pinner Pantomime 2017

The 2017 Pinner Pantomime was an excellent evening apart from an ‘interlude’ for about an hour, when a vehicle caught fire by the Bus Stop opposite W H Smith in Bridge Street. The vehicle had simply overheated which ultimately caused the fire. It did not explode as reported on The Sun and other websites. The driver had just dropped off his Mother who was helping on one of the Charity Stalls. Thankfully, it was in a place where it could be contained and the joint Emergency Plan worked as intended in conjunction with the Police and the Fire Brigade. The event was fully back up and running after about an hour. Our thanks as an Organising Committee go out to our dedicated volunteer Stewards who were brilliant, Harrow Council, the London Fire Brigade and the Metropolitan Police Service. Image from SNT Pinner