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The rendition of The Twelve Days of Christmas at the end of this year’s Churchill Theatre panto is one  of the funniest sequences not just...

“They laughed at me when I said I wanted to be a jester. Well, they’re not laughing now,” quips Sean Dodd’s clown. The irony’s...

Phil Willmott has set himself a challenge by adapting the story of Beauty and the Beast for Newbury Corn Exchange’s pantomime, given the popularity...

While the inclusion of audience interaction – plenty of enthusiastic call and response – and the use of a classic fairytale has moved the...

The Slave of the Ring is a single mum on a zero hours contract so when Abanazar beckons, she sends the kids to do...

Panto has finally found its feet in the vast and challenging space of Derby Arena. Derby LIVE has brought in the thoroughly experienced and...

The city of Bath, famous for its Georgian architecture and sanctification of Jane Austen, is not the natural environment for pantomime. Accordingly, Michael Gattrell’s...

Worthing Theatres’ annual Christmas show has established itself as a pop-filled commercial panto with some of the spirit of community theatre. Snow White and the...

Trish Cooke and Robert Hyman's adaptation of Rapunzel for Theatre Royal Stratford East may stray wildly from the original story, but that's par for...

Northern Stage’s Alice in Wonderland reunites the creative team behind last year’s James and the Giant Peach, and the overall result is similar: an...

Jude Law, overpriced supermarkets and Arriva Trains Wales all get a mention in Flossy and Boo: The Alternativity, a cabaret-style mixture of songs and...

St Helens’ unassailable resident dame Si Foster, who has co-written this Snow White with Ben Engelen, has taken a gamble stepping from his lovable...
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