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VenueAnvil Arts
Other spaces: Forge
From12th December 2019
To5th January 2020
WhenTimes vary, check with Box Office
What is currently on at Anvil Arts (V765)


The Pantomime story of Aladdin and the magic lamp.

Archive :: production:T1026958200, panto:S5898, venue:V765
Current production:Work

Production details

Jump aboard the magic carpet and follow Aladdin, his hapless brother, and of course his mother Widow Twankey, on a fearless quest to stop the evil Abanazar from ruling the world. Featuring magnificent scenery, beautiful costumes, lamp-fulls of laughter and an Aladdin's cave of stupendous surprises, this traditional pantomime is a genie-us way for the whole family to spend a night out together.

User Reviews

Steve (27Dec19): We went to see this earlier today (Boxing Day) with my 2 children (8 and 10), wife and mum and we all thoroughly enjoyed it. The songs are great, as were the gags, the stage presence and atmosphere. A great afternoon out for our family, enjoyed by each and every one. Fabulous.
Steve Mann (23Dec19): Excellent professional production. Took the whole family from 8 months up to 72, & we all thoroughly enjoyed it.
Pat Webb (20Dec19): Somewhat disappointed with the panto this year. I took 2 children aged 7 and 4. The first half was too long and with far too much inuendo which wasn't even funny but went right over the heads of the children. Aladdin was very good and sang surprisingly well. The dancers were great as were all the costumes. Some of the song were not 'bouncy'enough for the children. The second half was much more child orientated and kept their attention really well with opportunities to join in and slap-dash which although quite good, didn't last any time at all. The 4 year old really enjoyed the second half but the 7 year old was more critical as was I!


Producer Martin Dodd (for UK Productions)
Performer Mark Rhodes (Aladdin)
Performer Mark Moraghan (Abanazar)
Performer Chris Pizzey (Wishee Washee)
Performer Nic Gibney (Widow Twankey)
Performer Charlie Guest (PC Pong)
Performer Ashleigh Mackness (Princess Jasmine)
Performer Jennifer Harding (The Spirit of the Ring)

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