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Good versus evil is put to the test when two fairies battle for supremacy. The bad fairy claims any human being can be corrupted; the good fairy throws down a challenge and chooses Old Mother Goose as an example of all that is good and cannot be corrupted. The bad fairy sets off to prove the good fairy wrong. So begins yet another classic panto 'tale of the unexpected', a tale to mystify your senses, a tale to tax anyone's credulity, but above all a tale that will have the whole family enthralled in a world of laughter that never ceases. It's true - why not book now and find out if we're just telling tales!Performers Berwick Kaler, Martin Barrass, Suzy Cooper, David Leonard, AJ Powell, Tim Lawrence, Harry Hughes, Hermione Lynch, Danielle Mullan, Lauren Newton, Jake Lindsay, Faye Cooper, Cameron Macdonald.
Presented by York Theatre Royal. Author Berwick Kaler. Director Berwick Kaler. Director Damiann Cruden. Design Phil R Daniels. Design Charles Cusick Smith. Lighting Richard G Jones. Musical Director Elliot Styche. Choreographer Grace Harrington.
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