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Potted Panto archiveA madcap ride through the biggest stories and best-loved characters from the wonderful world of pantomime. Like a fine Christmas gravy, Dan and Jeff have seasoned, simmered and reduced the best ingredients of the nation's favourite festive shows into one neatly gift-wrapped package. They career through Cinderella in 3D including a cameo from the first ever Fairy-Godchicken to grace a West End stage. They dazzle with a Dick Whittington featuring Jeff as the Mayor of London: blond, posh and receiving just the treatment he deserves (with a large mallet and a custard pie). An astonishing new take on Jeff's favourite panto Aladdin gives the story a whole new twist, and Daisy the Cow from Jack and the Beanstalk gives a heart-rending turn as she's led to market. Not to mention the full-scale versions of Snow White and Sleeping Beauty which see Dan and Jeff trying to work out not only how two people can play seven dwarves, but also which of them will make the prettiest princess. From conventions and costume to heroes and villains, the dastardly double act explore all the elements of the art form we both love and loathe as a nation.

Cast/Performers

Daniel Clarkson, Jefferson Turner

Creatives/Company

Author(s): Daniel Clarkson, Jefferson Turner, Richard Hurst
Director: Richard Hurst
Design(s): Simon Scullion, Helen Stewart

Potted Panto

Potted Panto (Panto) production archive for QTIX code T01576578484. Details of all Potted Panto archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1044258135

Archive Listings

19 Feb 11The Lights
Andover, Hampshire
Performance Details => Venue archive
15 Feb 11Brunton Theatre
Musselburgh, East Lothian
Performance Details => Venue archive
5 Feb 11Northcott Theatre
Exeter, Devon
Performance Details => Venue archive
10 Dec 10
  to
9 Jan 11
Vaudeville Theatre
West End, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive

Reviews

No UKTW or User reviews available.
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