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This year’s panto is one long bow for writer, director and long-running dame Berwick Kaler. Marking 40 years of what he calls the “annual...

Imagine Theatre has finally found its feet in Fife after two under-firing years, with a family-orientated Beauty and the Beast that works on every...

The Wrong Crowd has a lot of fun with this loose adaptation of the classic fairytale. Relocated to a 1950s beauty salon and set...

Christmas shows are often a child’s first experience of theatre, so their value on that score can’t be underestimated. Alongside its family panto, the...

On December 8, Alexander Zeldin’s play Love, first performed in 2016 at the National Theatre, was broadcast as part of the BBC’s Performance Live...

On stage and screen, Christmas tends to look a certain way: twinkling tree, glistening turkey, picture-perfect nuclear family. The new seasonal show from Contact...

The rock and roll panto format as become a seasonal fixture at the Stafford Gatehouse. This year’s offering is as pop-tastic as ever. Musically, the...

Christopher Biggins arrives on stage as Widow Twankey in a cake emblazoned with a great 20 and the curtain call ends with a round...

Wayne Rollins’ Abanazar is a deliciously evil panto villain. In his quest for world domination, he learns of a wish-granting genie that lives in...

There’s a touch of old-fashioned charm to the Watford Palace Theatre’s panto this year – not that there’s anything wrong with that. The first...

Scottish comedy legends the Krankies return to Glasgow's Armadillo at the SEC after two years away in a version of Qdos Productions’ Cinderella. A good...

Say Spymonkey and all thoughts of a traditional telling of A Christmas Carol can be forgotten. Their retelling of Charles Dickens’ classic is steeped...
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