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Acrobat and trampolinist Mathurin Bolze returns to the London International Mime Festival with a mind-bending and utterly compelling sequel to his 2005 show Fenetres....

Gandini Juggling’s Smashed, inspired by the work of Pina Bausch, involves 22 performers negotiating dozens of apples, chairs and a chintzy tea set with...

Le Gateau Chocolat solo show is a celebration of the music that shaped him. Icons is a cabaret show with a very personal feel....

As producer, writer, director, programme seller and sometime actor, to name but a few of his duties, George Critchley must be one of the...

While Disney's Aladdin plays to packed houses in the West End, Guildford offers its very own take on the pantomime version of the Arabian...

Imaginative puppetry usually works wonders on a very young audience. The First Hippo on the Moon is full of puppets. The jungle animals are...

There's a real live beast on stage in this production: Belle's lovable pet takes the form of a little white dog. The Beast of the...

Lesley Joseph and Ben Nickless shine in a production positively glittering with panto pizzazz. Joseph is a Machiavellian marvel as Queen Lucretia, doling out liberal...

This absolute charmer of a show for children between four and eight has been imaginatively conceived and delivered with truth and tenderness. Princess Fenella is...

Each year, in Loughborough, Little Wolf Entertainment builds its own spectacular shows from scratch. There are no big names. Morgan Brind, the writer, designer...

This year’s Tunbridge Wells panto never really gets off the ground. This is mainly the result of the writing. There are an awful lot...

Big on spectacular lighting and visual effects, but short on plot, the Mayflower's Robin Hood is essentially a star vehicle for Shane Richie. Like previous...
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