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VenueTheatre Royal
Other spaces: Guildhall
TownBury St Edmunds
From3rd December 2010
To16th January 2011
WhenTimes vary, check with Box Office
PricesFrom £7.25. To £24.75.
What is currently on at Theatre Royal (V76)

Mother Goose

Traditional British pantomime about a woman whose greed gets the better of her.

Archive :: production:T01360633450, panto:S5927, venue:V76
Current production:Work

Production details

Book before Monday 16 August to receive an Early Bird discount! An eggscellent Pantomime with eggstra jokes and a gaggle of tap dancing goslings!! Based on the tale of the Goose that Laid the Golden Eggs, Mother Goose is a panto classic, full of jokes, japes and mayhem for all the family. Poor old Geraldine Goose isn’t a bad woman at all. She’s worked hard all her life to look after her geese. But times are hard and her geese have got old and stopped laying eggs. What to do? What to do? Her future is taken out of her own hands as she finds herself at the centre of a struggle between Fairy Fortuna and Demon Discordo, the good and evil forces of Gooseland. Will she prove Discordo right and be a greedy, grasping cheat? Or will she be strong, loyal and courageous? Will she resist the Lure of Gold and the Seduction of Beauty? And will she ever find her favourite lost goose Priscilla? GALA PERFORMANCE Sunday 12 December at 1pm Don’t miss our Gala performance of the pantomime - all the usual pantomime fun plus a party! Ticket price includes face painting, goodie bags, ice-creams, drinks and snacks!


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Corporate Sponsor Kester Cunnimgham John
Corporate Sponsor Premier Printers
Author Daniel O'Brien
Music Peter White
Lyrics Peter White
Director Abigail Andersen
Design Will Hargreaves
Lighting Peter Higton
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