T01094101778 (FORUM19)Will Mother Goose manage to find the goose that lays the golden egg? Will the wicked Demon Vanity succeed in taking over the entire kingdom? Will beauty rule over evil?Producer Tom Rolfe Productions.
|16 Apr 19 to 18 Apr 19||The Forum, Northallerton :: V573056527|
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T1973702101 (THSEVERN18)Producer Evolution Productions. Performer Brad Fitt. Performer Lisa Davina Phillip. Performer Eric Smith. Performer Matt Dallen. Performer Matt Daines.
|28 Nov 18 to 6 Jan 19||Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury :: V0465778148|
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T509615774 (LEICLITTLE18)Author John Bale. Director John Bale. Musical Director Paul Timms. Choreographer Caroline Walsh.
|14 Dec 18 to 6 Jan 19||Little Theatre, Leicester :: V433|
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T0898420483 (PALACEPAIGNTON18)Producer Paignton Pantomime Productions.
|20 Dec 18 to 2 Jan 19||Palace Theatre, Paignton :: V892|
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T01949690446 (PLAYBACKWELL18)Mother Goose and her two children, Jill and Silly-Billy, are poor but happy. When the greedy Squire doubles everyone's rent, the villagers of Goosingham are eggs-traordinarily lucky to find Priscilla, the Goose who lays the Golden Eggs! Suddenly everyone is eggs-ceedingly rich, but are they really happy with their new-found wealth? Maybe not, if the wicked Demona Discontent has her way... Boo, hiss, cheer and have an eggs-cellent time at this grand family pantomime!Producer Backwell Playhouse. Company AliCaT. Author Alan Frayn.
|19 Jan 18 to 27 Jan 18||Backwell Playhouse, Backwell :: V0804100176|
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T0591748340 (SHEFFIELDTH17)When an old woman meets a magical goose that lays golden eggs, her life is transformed. She is rich beyond her wildest dreams and has everything she wants, apart from one thing ? beauty and youth. Will she be tempted by the offer of both, in exchange for her prized feathered friend? Find out in this hilarious new production of Mother Goose.Corporate Sponsor City Taxis. Producer Sheffield Theatres. Producer Evolution Productions. Author Paul Hendy. Director Paul Hendy. Performer Damian Williams. Performer Jack Canuso (Demon Vanity). Performer Andy Day (Billy Goose). Performer Lisa Devine. Performer Cara Divine Phillip. Performer Cara Dudgeon.
|8 Dec 17 to 7 Jan 18||Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962|
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T1361748690 (BEDWORTHCIVIC17)The traditional story of Mother Goose will be brought to life with vibrant costumes, breathtaking scenery, music and song, all topped up with a little bit of silliness!
|2 Dec 17 to 29 Dec 17||Bedworth Civic Hall, Bedworth :: V127|
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T1781395181 (WILTONS16)First created in 1902 for music hall legend Dan Leno, modern day Master of the music hall Roy Hudd has taken the classic tale of Mother Goose and specially adapted it for this unique venue, telling the story of a poor, ugly Dame who befriends a magical goose hoping its ability to lay golden eggs will make her rich and happy. Of course, nothing is ever simple, and chaos ensues as Mother Goose rises from rags to riches and right back again as good battles evil, with Virtue versus Vanity in an enchanting tale with a strong moral core - beauty and wealth cannot bring you happiness.Author Roy Hudd. Director Debbie Flitcroft.
|2 Dec 16 to 31 Dec 16||Wilton's Music Hall, Inner London :: V1165|
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T603682617 (HULLCITY16)Mother Goose contains all the traditional elements of a great pantomime: a handsome principal boy who meets a beautiful girl, a comedy dame and her bumbling son who cause havoc, and a central battle of good and evil between the Demon King and the Fairy Happiness.Presented byHull Culutre and Leisure. Presented byHull City Council. Presented byOne Off Productions. Performer Gemma Oaten (Fairy Happiness). Performer Martin Daniels.
|21 Dec 16 to 29 Dec 16||Hull City Hall, Hull :: V02123462242|
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T401694786 (PALACEKILMAR15)Producer Imagine Theatre. Performer Liam Dolan (Jimmy Goose). Performer Jimmy Chisholm (Mother Goose). Performer Gayle Telfer Stevens (Fairy). Performer James McAnerney (Demon King). Performer Lindsay Ashworth (Jack Goose). Performer Douglas Sannachan (Squire McSkinner). Performer Amber Howland (Jill McSkinner). Performer Lauren Kerr (Ensemble). Performer Clark Wallace (Ensemble). Performer Claudia Russell (Ensemble).
|27 Nov 15 to 30 Dec 15||Palace Theatre, Kilmarnock :: V628|
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T1076045511 (CHIPPINGNORTON14)What would you give to be rich and beautiful? Mother Goose is the kindest, loveliest, friendliest lady in all the land. Times are hard, but surely she would never give into temptation, never abandon her friends and family just for good looks or would she? This classic panto tale is transported to a sparkling Arctic adventure through the Scandinavian snows, crammed full of trolls, snowmen, woolly jumpers and even the occasional moose. Stunning scenery and costumes, gobsmaking songs from a TONY award winning composer and an avalanche of laughter. Come to one of the nation's favourite pantos for a tale told under the northern lights. Running time: 2hrs inclu. interval.Corporate Sponsor Kingham Hill School. Presented byThe Theatre Chipping Norton. Author Ben Crocker. Music Sarah Travis. Director John Terry. Design Russell Craig. Choreographer Janice Dunn. Performer Evelyn Adams (Snow Goose Heidi). Performer Martyn Dempsey (Smorg). Performer J.J. Henry (Mother Goose). Performer Dominic Hodson (Sven). Performer Robert Maskell (Baron Von Rumpensmakka). Performer Luanna Priestman (Gonk/Aurora the Fairy). Performer Emilia Williams (Freya).
|18 Nov 14 to 11 Jan 15||Chipping Norton Theatre, Chipping Norton :: V795|
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T0626749182 (SALISBURY14)Poor Mother Goose dreams of being rich and beautiful. But the village Squire is threatening to throw her out of the cottage she shares with her son Billy if she can't pay the rent. Just when all hope is lost, Priscilla, a magical goose arrives, and when she starts laying golden eggs Mother Goose's dreams may just come true (Hooray!) unless the evil Demonica Badegg gets her way (Boo!). Packed with plenty of laughs and silly yolks, eggcelent music and audience participation, Mother Goose will be eggceptional entertainment for all ages.Producer Salisbury Playhouse. Performer Kieran Buckeridge (Mother Goose).
|3 Dec 14 to 10 Jan 15||Playhouse, Salisbury :: V923|
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T01573722700 (HACKNEYEM14)Packed with the usual sparkle, spectacle, mayhem, comedy and incredible original music performed by a live band, Hackney Empire's must-see pantomime is officially open for bookings! Is beauty really only skin deep? One fateful day two magical sisters decide to find out who is the most powerful witch... and so our tale begins... Mother Goose is given the gift of Princess Pricilla, a magic golden-egg-laying goose... Expect a wonderful moral tale for all the family - the perfect Christmas treat!Corporate Sponsor CMS Cameron McKenna. Producer Hackney Empire. Author Susie McKenna. Director Susie McKenna. Music Steven Edis. Design Lotte Collett. Musical Director Mark Dickman. Choreographer Frank Thompson. Director Frank Thompson (assistant). Lighting David W Kidd. Sound Avgoustos Psillas. Director Tony Whittle (assistant). Design Scott Brooker (creature). Performer Clive Rowe (Mother Goose). Performer Sharon D Clarke (Charity). Performer Susie McKenna (Vanity). Performer Kat B (Billy Goose). Performer Matt Dempsey (Prince Jack). Performer Abigail Rosser (Princess Jill). Performer Tony Timberlake (Baron Barmy). Performer Darren Hart (Frightening Freddie). Performer Alix Ross (Priscilla the Golden Goose). Performer Samara Casteallo. Performer Jack Greaves. Performer Nicky Griffiths. Performer Arthur Kyeyune. Performer Kirstie Skivington. Performer Andrew Waldron.
|22 Nov 14 to 4 Jan 15||Hackney Empire, Outer London :: V309|
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T1639941431 (ARTRIX13)Company All & Sundry.
|18 Dec 13 to 22 Dec 13||Artrix, Bromsgrove :: V073680848|
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T1266327680 (EVESHAM13)Company Phoenix Theatre Group.
|23 Jan 13 to 27 Jan 13||Evesham Arts Centre, Evesham :: V1116|
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T0885331406 (PARRHALL12)Presented byPyramid & Parr Hall (in association with Tony Peers Productions).
|4 Jan 13 to 13 Jan 13||Parr Hall, Warrington :: V472|
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T01918575122 (KEYPETERBOROUGH12)Producer Key Theatre. Author Michael Cross. Director Michael Cross.
|6 Dec 12 to 6 Jan 13||Key Theatre, Peterborough :: V27|
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A Golden Pantomime in Diamond Jubilee Year! - T01745736139Mother Goose hits the jackpot when her feathered friend Priscilla starts laying golden eggs. But it's not enough for her to feather her own nest. Soon there's egg on her face as she confronts the dangers of the Demon King. Packed with heroes and villains, boo-ing and cheering, plenty of panto mischief, not to mention one very magical, super fabulous goose. This is one golden egg of a show!
|29 Nov 12 to 5 Jan 13||Millfield Theatre, Outer London :: V316|
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T1724943200 (PERTH12)The panto with the Eggs-Factor brings you heroes and villains, booing and cheering, slapstick, silliness and sing-along fun aplenty. Book your seats in Perth's beautiful, historic theatre for one of the very best traditional family pantomimes and start looking forward to a cracking Christmas outing for the whole family.Producer Horsecross Arts. Author Alan McHugh. Director Rachel O'Riordan. Performer Barrie Hunter (Mother Goose).
|7 Dec 12 to 5 Jan 13||Perth Theatre, Perth :: V637|
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T1050676039 (WATFORDPAL12)Set in ?Watfordia', complete with its very own ?Watfordia Palace Goosic Hall Theatre', Mother Goose features a cast of talented theatre actors, a live onstage band, and a ballet-dancing Goose, bringing this classic pantomime to life in Vaudeville style, with a contemporary twist.Producer Watford Palace. Author Andrew Pollard. Director Brigid Larmour. Design Cleo Pettitt. Lighting Charlie Lucas. Musical Director Andy Ralls. Choreographer Kate Flatt. Performer Terence Frisch (Mother Goose). Performer Donovan Blackwood. Performer Sheena Patel. Performer Philip Cox. Performer Amy Drew. Performer Jill McAusland. Performer Robert Rees.
|7 Dec 12 to 29 Dec 12||Watford Palace Theatre, Watford :: V55|
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T1028169453 (REDGRAVE12)Producer Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Author Clive Hayward. Director Clive Hayward. Music John Telfer.
|2 Dec 12 to 21 Dec 12||Redgrave Theatre, Bristol :: V858|
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T02016154823 (OXPLAY11)Author Peter Duncan. Director Peter Duncan.
|2 Dec 11 to 15 Jan 12||The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803|
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T0940791599 (BELGRADE11)Producer Belgrade Theatre (in association with Imagine Theatre). Author Iain Lauchlan. Author Will Brenton. Performer Andy Hockley (Mother Goose).
|29 Nov 11 to 7 Jan 12||Belgrade Theatre, Coventry :: V153|
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T0609024395 (ST11)Performer Leslie Grantham.
|12 Dec 11 to 1 Jan 12||Stag Theatre, Sevenoaks :: V688|
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T1038782471 (REDGRAVE11)Company Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.. Author Clive Hayward. Director Clive Hayward. Music John Telfer.
|2 Dec 11 to 21 Dec 11||Redgrave Theatre, Bristol :: V858|
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T185648592 (NOTTSPLAY10)Take a gander at the only panto in Nottingham with the Eggs-Factor this Christmas. Mother Goose is an unbeatable cavalcade of fairytale fun, with eggstraordinary song and dance, eggs-quisite sets and costumes - and eggs-cruciating jokes by the dozen! Mother Goose hits the jackpot when her feathered friend Priscilla starts laying golden eggs. But it’s not enough for her to feather her own nest. Soon there’s egg on her face as she confronts the dangers of Dame and Fortune... John Elkington has become a comic legend in his own right over twelve years of Nottingham Playhouse Pantos. Now see him play the mother of all Dames in the 27th fairytale fiesta from pantomime genius Kenneth Alan Taylor. It’s eggs-treme entertainment for all the family!Company Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company. Author Kenneth Alan Taylor. Director Kenneth Alan Taylor. Design Tim Meacock. Lighting Jason Taylor. Sound Ciaron McKenna. Choreographer Adele Parry. Performer Adam Barlow (Billy Goose). Performer Danielle Corlass (Rosemary). Performer John Elkington (Mother Goose). Performer Miriam Elwell-Sutton (Colin Goose). Performer Anthony Hoggard (Squire Squelch). Performer Alexandra James (Wicked Witch Bane). Performer Rebecca Little (The Golden Fairy). Performer Jonathan Race (Evil Eric). Performer Nicole Webb (Priscilla the Goose).
|26 Nov 10 to 22 Jan 11||Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457|
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T01360633450 (TRBURY10)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!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.
|3 Dec 10 to 16 Jan 11||Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds :: V76|
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T357287248 (BRUNTON10)A brand new pantomime for all the family featuring audience favourites Arron Usher in his tenth Musselburgh panto, and Craig Glover as the Dame! When the wicked demon Vainglorious falls in love with Jill, the loveliest lass in Musselburgh, he is furious to discover that she is already smitten with Prince Jack who lives in Carberry Tower with his cook Mother Goose and his jester Muddles. So Vainglorious casts a spell on Mother Goose and enlists her help to split up the lovely couple. A fun filled celebration with hilarious gags, glittering costumes, catchy songs and all things daft!Producer Brunton Theatre Productions. Author Liam Rudden. Director Liam Rudden. Performer Aaron Usher. Performer Craig Glover.
|23 Nov 10 to 31 Dec 10||Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633|
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T01656091913 (CARLTON09)Company Shaldon Theatre Company.
|25 Jan 10 to 31 Jan 10||Pavilions (formely Carlton Theatre), Teignmouth :: V898|
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T1693692099 (OLDHAM09)Producer Coliseum Oldham. Author Eric Potts. Director Kevin Shaw. Design Celia Perkins. Performer Fine Time Fontayne (Dame). Performer Andonis Anthony (Demon of Discontent). Performer Patrick Bridgman (King of Gooseland). Performer Nicole Evans (Jill). Performer Richard J Fetcher (Billy Goose). Performer Linzi Matthews (Fairy Feathers). Performer Amy Rhiannon Worth (Colin Goose).
|21 Nov 09 to 9 Jan 10||Coliseum Theatre, Oldham :: V497|
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T01354633776 (GREENWICHTH09)Producer Greenwich Theatre. Author Andrew Pollard. Director Kieron Smith. Musical Director Steven Markwick. Performer Andrew Pollard.
|1 Dec 09 to 3 Jan 10||Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308|
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T543883557 (BYRE09)Author Johnny McKnight. Producer Byre Theatre. Director Lawrie McNicol. Design Karen Tennent. Musical Director Alan Penman. Music Alan Penman. Choreographer Chris Stuart Wilson. Sound Alastair Phillips. Performer Kim Deerin (Fairy Liqui Tap). Performer David Ashwood (Gary). Performer Jordan McCurrach (Jack). Performer Hannah Donaldson (Jill). Performer Stephen Docherty (Mother Goose). Performer Nicola Auld (Narcissa).
|2 Dec 09 to 2 Jan 10||Byre Theatre, St Andrews :: V640|
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T0683954325 (GATWICK09)All performances will be British Sign Language interpreted.Company Gatwick Airport Pantomime Society.
|4 Feb 09 to 7 Feb 09||The Hawth, Crawley :: V720|
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the Rock 'n' Roll Panto - T0915172678In a magical land far far away T’was Birkenhead so the rumours say There lived a woman named old Mother goose Who had the heart of an ox but the face of a moose. She fell in love with Mighty King Bling And when he strut his stuff they soon had a thing. But they fell out terribly all those years ago And ever since then Ma let herself go Then a golden goose came to stay And all Mas’ troubles did fade away For the bird held the key to eternal beauty And could turn Ma Goose into a right old cutie… Ma Goose is hot it’s really smoking!!! Bring you brollys for a right good soaking But we’ll need your help to right the wrongs Shout, boo and cheer and join in the songs. Shake your bootie and swing your maracas If you miss out on this... your just plain quackers!Producer Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse. Author Sarah Nixon. Author Mark Chatterton. Director Mark Chatterton. Musical Director Tayo Akinbode. Design Dinah England. Lighting Douglas Kuhrt. Sound Jason Barnes.
|8 Dec 08 to 31 Jan 09||Everyman & Playhouse, Liverpool :: V535|
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T1738730276 (MITCHELLMEM08)Company D E Caversmill Theatre Company.
|11 Jan 09 to 18 Jan 09||Mitchell Arts Centre, Stoke-on-Trent :: V999|
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T01624915920 (OPBELFAST)Corporate Sponsor Victoria Square. Producer Qdos Pantomimes. Producer Grand Opera House Belfast. Performer May McFettridge. Performer Olivia Nash. Performer Paddy Jenkins. Performer Aidan O'Neill. Performer Shinead Byrne. Group/Band BT4.
|29 Nov 08 to 17 Jan 09||Grand Opera House, Belfast :: V548|
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T455121984 (HACKNEYEM08)10th Anniversary. Once upon a time there lived a kindly storyteller called Mother Goose. She lived in Hackneytopia with her son Billy and all the other fairytale folk. One fateful day two magical sisters, Charity (the good one) and Vanity (the evil one) decide to find out who is the most powerful witch… and so our tale begins… Charity sends poor Mother Goose a magical golden-egg-laying goose called Princess Priscilla. Suddenly Mother Goose is richer than she ever thought possible, her home is safe and her family is happy. But is this enough? What happens when all you wish for is offered to you on a plate? Could Vanity tempt her to turn against everyone she loves to gain her hearts desire? Will she give away the prized goose she has grown to love… for beauty?Producer Hackney Empire. Author Susie McKenna. Director Susie McKenna. Music Steve Edis. Design Lotte Colette. Lighting David W Kidd. Choreographer Carl Parris. Costume Lotte Colette. Sound Paul Gavin. Performer Clive Rowe (Mother Goose). Performer Sharon D Clarke. Performer Tameka Empson. Performer Kat B. Performer Anthony Whittle. Performer Susie McKenna. Performer Matt Dempsey. Performer Carl Parris. Performer Abigail Rosser. Performer Alex Ross.
|29 Nov 08 to 10 Jan 09||Hackney Empire, Outer London :: V309|
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T378375439 (BACON07)Producer Promenade Productions.
|16 Jan 08 to 20 Jan 08||Bacon Theatre, Cheltenham :: V89|
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T0886804664 (WATERSIDE07)Company Sale Nomads.
|11 Jan 08 to 19 Jan 08||Waterside Arts Centre, Sale :: V0383692381|
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T717609716 (ABERART08)Mother Goose tells the rags to riches tale of the Gander family as they struggle to keep up with the back of England's dastardly mortgage rate increases. Run time 1 hour 30 minutesProducer Aberystwyth Arts Centre. Director Richard Cheshire. Musical Director Elinor Powell. Choreographer Rachel West.
|5 Jan 08 to 19 Jan 08||Arts Centre, Aberystwyth :: V817|
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T01647713004 (CHURCHILL06)Producer First Family Entertainment. Performer Stephen Mulhern. Performer Jeff Hordley. Performer Freya Copeland.
|1 Dec 06 to 14 Jan 07||Churchill Theatre, Bromley :: V302|
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T0122028024 (STRODE06)Corporate Sponsor Living Homes. Producer Strode Productions. Producer Eric Lukins. Author Mike Linham. Director Wendy Linham. Musical Director Martin Emslie. Choreographer Gemma Benham.
|30 Dec 06 to 6 Jan 07||Strode Theatre, Street :: V917|
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T2119155888 (TRBATH05)Producer Theatre Royal Bath. Author Chris Harris. Director Chris Harris. Performer Chris Harris. Performer Anne Charleston. Performer Mark Buffery. Company Dorothy Coleborn School of Dance.
|15 Dec 05 to 22 Jan 06||Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854|
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T01568781497 (STOKE05)[Jonathan Wilkes] has roped best pals [Robbie Williams] and [Ant] and [Dec] into recording scenes for his panto. The footage will be included in Mother Goose.Producer First Family Entertainment. Producer Regent Theatre. Performer Jonathan Wilkes. Performer Kym Marsh. Performer Eric Potts. Performer Shane Connor. Performer Andy Goulding.
|15 Dec 05 to 15 Jan 06||Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent :: V124|
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T0678050252 (EDKINGS05)Producer Qdos. Performer Allan Stewart. Performer Andy Gray. Performer Grant Stott.
|26 Nov 05 to 15 Jan 06||King's Theatre, Edinburgh :: V601|
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T0747281778 (POMEGRANATE05)Producer Bruce James Productions Ltd. Producer Big Dod Productions Ltd. Performer Patric Kearns (Mother Goose). Performer James Campbell (Billy Goose). Performer George Telfer (Demon Discontent).
|15 Dec 05 to 8 Jan 06||Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield :: V425|
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T0504107919 (THURROCK04)Producer Thurrock Council. Producer Bruce James Productions. Performer Damian Williams. Performer Benjamin Roddy. Performer Darren Maddison. Performer Jo Leigh-Williams.
|13 Dec 04 to 16 Jan 05||Thameside Theatre, Grays :: V39|
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3 Weddings and a Golden Egg - T554844471
|3 Dec 04 to 9 Jan 05||Watford Palace Theatre, Watford :: V55|
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T0521683650 (HARROTH04)Producer Harrogate Theatre. Author Nicholas Pegg. Director Lennox Greaves.
|26 Nov 04 to 8 Jan 05||Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate :: V942|
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T1863883472 (HEXAGON04)Performer Bonnie Langford. Performer Mark Speight. Performer Christopher Lillicrap.
|8 Dec 04 to 3 Jan 05||The Hexagon, Reading :: V734|
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T302403745 (PLAYLIV03)The story joins the quaint old village of Liverdale on the eve of the celebrations for Luminations day. Newcomers Ma Goose and her son Archie are having a whale of a time preparing for the festivities. But alas...this is no ordinary place, for the village holds a dark and terrible secret. As the clock strikes an event unfolds that will change their lives forever. Mother Goose only has 24 hours to save the Universe and with the audience's help, she might just do it!Producer Dawsons Music. Author Sarah Nixon. Author Mark Chatterton. Director Mark Chatterton. Director Tayo Akinbode (music). Design Jocelyn Meall. Lighting Douglas Kuhrt. Performer Oliver Beamish (Ma Goose). Performer Christopher Redmond (Archie). Performer Loreto Murray (Fairy Lights). Performer Andy Nicol (Weasel Vanity). Performer Kevin Tucker (Easel Vanity). Performer Kate Pinell (Princess Cat). Performer Adam Keast (King Cole). Performer Clarie Storey (Toots the Goose).
|28 Nov 03 to 24 Jan 04||Everyman & Playhouse, Liverpool :: V535|
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T886578989 (ERITH03)Author David Maun. Director Michael Bate.
|3 Jan 04 to 17 Jan 04||Playhouse, Erith :: V186|
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T1093484715 (GAIETY03)A circus themed panto.Director Gordon Cree (music). Performer Gwyneth Guthrie (Fairy of Good Health). Performer Rodd Christensen (Vanity). Performer Keith Warwick (Silly Billy). Performer Graham MacGregor (Mother Goose). Performer James McAnerney (Squire Frugal/Ringmaster). Performer Alina. Performer Shizzy Mizzy. Performer Ryan Murray (Goose). Company Trends Scottish Dancers. Company Gaiety Babes.
|28 Nov 03 to 10 Jan 04||Gaiety Theatre, Ayr :: V591|
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T0846886551 (CARNEGIE03)This much-loved pantomime tells the colourful story of good old Mother Goose and her daffy son, Gary Gander. They're poor and the local Squire's keen to get shot of the pair. However, as luck would have it Mother Goose is granted the ownership of Lucy the Goosey who lays those famous golden eggs. Thus far all seems well...but something wicked this way comes - the evil Dragonara! She's got her beady eye on Lucy and Goosey and will stop at nothing to get her hands on that fabulous fowl! So, knowing how keen Mother Goose is to recover her lost youth, she hatches a diabolical plan...Producer Carnegie Hall. Producer Take Two Productions. Author Stuart Thomas. Author Alyson Orr. Director Tony Roper. Performer Ross Stenhouse (Mother Goose). Performer Sandra McNeely (Dragonara). Performer Johnny McNight (Gary Gosling). Performer Iain Mossman (Colin Goose). Performer Stevie Hannan (Squire). Performer Jo Freer (Gwen). Performer Alyson Orr (Fairy). Performer Karen Martin (Lucy Goosy).
|5 Dec 03 to 27 Dec 03||Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline :: V1112|
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T01061651739 (MITCHELL03)Author Cyril Bennett.
|5 Dec 03 to 13 Dec 03||Mitchell Arts Centre, Stoke-on-Trent :: V999|
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T1600552311 (MOWCOP03)Company Mow Cop Players.
|5 Dec 03 to 13 Dec 03||Mitchell Arts Centre, Stoke-on-Trent :: V999|
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T290414925 (PENDLE03)Company Pendle Productions.
|8 Dec 03 to 9 Dec 03||Beaufort Theatre, Ebbw Vale :: V844|
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T1786717186 (GATWICK03)Company Gatwick Airport Pantomime Society. Author Chris Denys. Author Chris Harris.
|5 Feb 03 to 9 Feb 03||The Hawth, Crawley :: V720|
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T1983571518 (WATSON02)Company Watson Players. Author Malcolm Sircom.
|24 Jan 03 to 1 Feb 03||Guildhall Theatre, Derby :: V994|
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T1032245981 (NORTH02)Company Northcott Theatre Company. Author John Crocker. Director Ben Crocker. Performer Steve Bennett (Mother Goose). Performer Mike Burnside (The Demon Discontent). Performer Ann Blake (Jill). Performer Joanna Brookes. Performer Peter Jonfield (Squire O'Sovile). Performer Caroline Head. Performer Andrew Lovern. Performer Ian Sanders. Performer Adrienne Lane (Priscilla the Goose).
|12 Dec 02 to 18 Jan 03||Northcott Theatre, Exeter :: V886|
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T1730945456 (TRMAR02)Performer Barry Bethell. Performer Lloyd Hollett.
|12 Dec 02 to 15 Jan 03||Theatre Royal, Margate :: V685|
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T01958794881 (DUGGIE02)Producer Duggie Chapman.
|8 Jan 03 to 12 Jan 03||Majestic Theatre, Retford :: V0394730292|
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T470236748 (WORTHCON02)Performer Frazer Hines. Performer Emma Wray. Performer Nick Wilton (Mother Goose).
|7 Dec 02 to 12 Jan 03||Connaught Theatre, Worthing :: V725|
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T1166180993 (MIKE02)Producer Mike Clark Entertainment.
|4 Dec 02 to 11 Jan 03||Palace Theatre, Kilmarnock :: V628|
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T543660133 (MIDD02)Producer Extravaganza Productions. Author David Vickers. Author Richard Chandler. Director David Vickers. Director Richard Chandler. Performer Trevor Bannister (Mother Goose). Performer Sue Sweendy (Fairy Modesty). Performer Robert Laughlin (Demon Vanity). Performer David Wainwright (Billy Goose). Performer Karen Henson (Colin). Performer Paul Beech (Squire Fidget). Performer Naomi Slater (Jill). Company Thornton Dancers and Juveniles. Choreographer Sue Thornton.
|5 Dec 02 to 5 Jan 03||Middlesbrough Theatre, Middlesbrough :: V0895700786|
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T2034279413 (TRNOR01)Performer Desmond Barrit (Mother Goose). Performer Rikki Jay. Performer Jilly Johnson. Performer Helen McDermott. Performer Richard Gauntlett. Performer Matt Rawle. Performer Sarah-Jane Bourne.
|20 Dec 01 to 20 Jan 02||Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72|
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T0185392516 (OXPLAY01)Producer Oxford Playhouse. Author Paul Knight. Director Michele Hardy. Performer Russell Dixon (Mother Goose). Performer Cheryl Blaize. Performer Marilyn Cutts. Performer Crispin Harris. Performer Andrew Norris. Performer Lloyd Notice. Performer Christopher Scott. Performer Alison Senior.
|7 Dec 01 to 13 Jan 02||The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803|
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T02139696052 (FORUM01)Director Matt Smith (music). Performer Jeffery Longmore. Performer Darren Ali. Performer Rachel Grimshaw. Performer Stuart Woolfenden. Performer Debbie Margolis. Performer Matt Healy. Performer Jay Gaskill. Performer Linda Jane Holmes.
|6 Dec 01 to 12 Jan 02||Forum Theatre, Wythenshawe :: V506|
listing details L191660189
T1334056230 (SAL01)Author Colin Wakefield. Author Kate Edgar. Director Kate Edgar. Lighting Peter Hunter. Design Simon Higlett. Other The Great Kovari (magic advisor).
|8 Dec 01 to 12 Jan 02||Playhouse, Salisbury :: V923|
listing details L01062109735
T01679977181 (ANVIL01)Performer Keith Chegwin. Performer Christopher Lillicrap. Performer Waltzing Waters.
|15 Dec 01 to 6 Jan 02||Anvil Arts, Basingstoke :: V765|
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T0926499805 (WAK01)Book by John Spillers. Director John Spillers. Choreographer Lisa Jayn Gordon. Director Jezz Weatherall (Music). Performer David Rumelle (Mother Goose). Performer Andy Pelos (Muddles the Minstrel). Performer Helen Snow (Jill Goose). Performer Philip Clayton-Smith (Squire Stoneybroke and Demon Discontent). Performer Crossley and Gee (Mucky Mick and Dirty Dick). Performer Katie Ashby (Fairy Fanackerpan and Queen of Gooseland).
|6 Dec 01 to 6 Jan 02||Theatre Royal and Opera House, Wakefield :: V979|
listing details L171643882
T0886616118 (EXTRA01)Producer Extravaganza Productions. Performer Carley Stenson. Performer Eileen Pollock. Performer Richard Chandler. Performer Stevie Bee. Performer Robert Laughlin. Performer John Atterbury. Performer Craig Squance.
|13 Dec 01 to 6 Jan 02||Newark Palace, Newark :: V455|
listing details L1359039885
T1244430626 (MILKEY01)Company Milton Keynes Amateur Operatic Society.
|29 Dec 01 to 5 Jan 02||Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752|
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T01066246127 (ULSTER01)Lots of Nursery Rhyme characters appear in this pantomime to delight audiences of all ages. Goose Ermytrude, the goose that lays the golden eggs, is captured by Cathem and Skinnem, working for the evil Jobberwock and taken to the moon. Can Mother Goose rescue her and will the Man in the moon, the Knave of Hearts, Idle Jack and a famous Nursery Rhyme be able to help?Author Jim Sperinck. Company Belvoir Players.
|26 Dec 01 to 5 Jan 02||Ulster Hall and Group Theatre, Belfast :: V549|
listing details L01526891952
T249038269 (DURR01)Company Durrington Theatrical Society.
|12 Dec 01 to 16 Dec 01||Northbrook Theatre, Worthing :: V727|
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T01231185838 (NOTT00)Author Kenneth Alan Taylor. Director Kenneth Alan Taylor. Design Gary Underwood. Lighting Jason Taylor. Choreographer Sheila Carter. Director John Morton (music). Director Garry Robson (assistant director). Performer Kenneth Alan Taylor (Mr Pantomime). Performer Jeremy Stroughair (Squire Squelch). Performer John Elkington (Evil Eric). Performer Sarah Hadland (Colin). Performer Paul Gabriel (Wicked Witch Bane). Performer Rebecca Little (Rosemary). Performer Adrienne Laine (Priscilla the Goose). Performer Jill Burrington (Fairy). Performer Lewis Phillips (Silly Billy).
|1 Dec 00 to 20 Jan 01||Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457|
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T0277984871 (BELG00)Author Bob Eaton. Author Sayan Kent. Music Sayan Kent. Director Bob Eaton. Director Nick Lacey (music). Design Cathy Ryan. Lighting David Howe. Performer Malcolm Boyden (Mother Goose). Performer Jim Low. Performer Katy Stephens. Performer Natasha Springer. Performer Derek Elroy. Performer Tupele Dorgu. Performer John Wild. Performer Louise Fullerton.
|5 Dec 00 to 20 Jan 01||Belgrade Theatre, Coventry :: V153|
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T01524327250 (LITTLE01)Company Little Theatre Club. Author GJ Wharton. Author K Wharton.
|16 Jan 01 to 20 Jan 01||Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe :: V952|
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T01548228283 (APP00)WebsiteCompany Applause Productions.
|13 Jan 01||The Coliseum, Aberdare :: V821|
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|4 Jan 01 to 5 Jan 01||Woughton Centre, Milton Keynes :: V755|
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T029328550 (HACK00)Author Susie McKenna. Director Susie McKenna. Lighting Francis Stephenson. Choreographer Frank Thomson. Performer Clive Rowe (Mother Goose). Performer Troy Titus-Adams (Antonio). Performer Tony Whittle (Baron Bonkers). Performer Susie McKennia (Vanity). Performer Alison Jiear (Charity). Performer Kat. Performer Stephen Matthews (Frightening Fred). Performer Joanna Sinnott (Sally). Performer Kat (Billy Goose).
|8 Dec 00 to 6 Jan 01||Hackney Empire, Outer London :: V309|
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T814670302 (CM00)A Martin Patrick Pantomime.Director Martin Patrick (Artistic Director). Director Michael Burbidge (Musical Director). Choreographer Andrea Allen. Director Richard Burchall. Producer Lesley Lowy. Producer Michael Lowy.
|22 Dec 00 to 1 Jan 01||Chequer Mead, East Grinstead :: V1101|
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T0296163414 (MAD99)WebsiteCompany M.A.D..
|25 Feb 00 to 26 Feb 00||Bohunt Community School, Liphook :: V1967241004|
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T02107783140 (DERBYPL99)A Derby Playhouse Production. With special guest star Pricilla the Goose.Author Mark Chatterton. Author Sarah Nixon. Author Mark Clements. Director Mark Clements. Director Mark Chatterton. Design Chris Crossell. Costume Colin Mayes. Director Wendy Gadian (music). Lighting Alexandra Stafford. Performer Mark Chatterton (Mother Goose). Performer Claude Close (Old King Cole). Performer Sarah Nixon (Fairy Meringue). Performer Nikki Ankara (Antonio). Performer Helen Anker (Princess Katherine). Performer Pete Dunwell (Simple Simon). Performer Gary Sharkey (Vanity.).
|30 Nov 99 to 22 Jan 00||Derby Theatre, Derby :: V1830193620|
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T0180988891 (MERC99)The gang are all back for yet another fun filed, family eggstravaganza. Mother Goose is our millennium experience and Peter Shorey, the Mercury's resident dame is once more on hand. Tim Treslove and Roger Delves-Broughton also return to create comedy mayhem as double act Snitch and Snatch. Bryony Pritchard (Dandini in Cinderella) returns to play Jill, the wicked Squire's daughter.Author Roy Hudd. Company Mercury Theatre Company. Director Gerry Tebbutt. Choreographer Gerry Tebbutt. Design Jill Amos. Director Graeme Du Fesne (music). Performer Peter Shorey. Performer Tim Treslove. Performer Roger Delves-Broughton. Performer Bryony Pritchard.
|10 Dec 99 to 16 Jan 00||Mercury Theatre, Colchester :: V37|
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T0157699522 (ARTCAMB99)Director Christopher Biggins. Performer Christopher Biggins. Author Stewart Permutt. Performer Jessica Martin. Performer Kirk England.
|17 Dec 99 to 16 Jan 00||Arts Theatre, Cambridge :: V19|
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T974773834 (ARTC99)Author Stewart Permutt. Director Christopher Biggins. Performer Christopher Biggins.
|17 Dec 99 to 16 Jan 00||ADC Theatre, Cambridge :: V18|
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T107622298 (EVERY99)Mother Goose, a kind but rather foolish old woman, owns a goose who, under a magic spell, starts to lay golden eggs. Tricked by the evil Mephisto, she gives the goose away in return for a dip in the Waterfall of Youth and Beauty and a glance into the Grotto of Gorgeousness. A mad chase ensues as Jack and Jill, aided by Fairy Goosefeather, try to get the goose back, pursuing her all the way to the land of King Gander. So gather your goslings and take a gander at our traditional family pantomime - Gloucestershire's biggest eggstravaganza of fun, festivities and feathers!Author Chris Denys. Author Chris Harris.
|2 Dec 99 to 15 Jan 00||Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90|
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T0123118226 (CIVICLEE99)Performer Chris Fox (Mother Goose). Performer Mark Baylin (Billy Goose). Performer Debi and Co (magic).
|4 Dec 99 to 8 Jan 00||Civic Theatre, Leeds :: V974|
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T1856584561 (WINSFOR99)Performer Don Reid (Mother Goose). Performer Graham Jarvis (The Baron). Performer Janette Rose (Jack). Performer Kip Barrs (Billy Goose). Performer Lindsay Durie (Jill). Director Janette Rose. Director Robert Baker (music). Company Joan Pierpoint Dancers.
|23 Dec 99 to 30 Dec 99||Civic Hall, Winsford :: V471|
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T1429208232 (ANG99)Company Anglia Academy Productions.
|13 Dec 99 to 23 Dec 99||Playhouse, Norwich :: V69|
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T02142652645 (CIVIC99)Company Nuneaton Pantomime and Revue Society.
|16 Feb 99 to 20 Feb 99||Bedworth Civic Hall, Bedworth :: V127|
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|16 Feb 99 to 20 Feb 99||Bedworth Civic Hall, Bedworth :: V127|
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T01357547786 (PENY98)Company Friendship Theatre Group. Performer Denny Twp.
|7 Jan 99 to 17 Jan 99||Penyrheol Theatre, Swansea :: V832|
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T566822648 (ELEC98)Director Nic Myers. Director Mary McAdam (music). Author Karl Myers.
|23 Dec 98 to 2 Jan 99||G-Live, Guildford :: V0839845247|
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T595366979 (CARN98)Performer Eileen McCallum. Performer Jan Wilson. Performer Maria Miller. Performer John Anderson. Performer Jamie Adair. Performer Johnnie Adam. Performer Jamie Fraser. Performer Clalrk Stewart. Performer Stephen Craige. Performer Iain Wothespoon. Performer Suzanne Marice. Performer Ashley Hale. Performer Emma Bateman. Performer Christine Bowtle. Director Anne Fields. Lighting Jim Woodley. Choreographer Angela Forsyth. Director Gordon Cree (music).
|to 26 Dec 98||Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline :: V1112|
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|13 Dec 17 to 20 Dec 17||Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Outer London :: V01396607277|
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|9 Dec 16 to 29 Dec 16||Alhambra, Dunfermline :: V282499872|
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|27 Jan 16 to 30 Jan 16||Montgomery Theatre, Sheffield :: V1804222198|
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|16 Jan 16||Town Hall, Chipping Sodbury :: V867|
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|8 Jan 16 to 24 Jan 16||Barn Theatre, Oxted :: V0245713532|
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|14 Nov 15 to 9 Jan 16||Coliseum Theatre, Oldham :: V497|
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|21 Dec 13 to 4 Jan 14||Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752|
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|12 Dec 13 to 22 Dec 13||Playhouse Theatre, Preston :: V01322424695|
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|17 Dec 11 to 2 Jan 12||Spa Pavilion Theatre, Felixstowe :: V78|
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|8 Jan 09 to 25 Jan 09||Norbury Theatre, Droitwich :: V01807609456|
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|17 Dec 08 to 3 Jan 09||Palace Theatre, Kilmarnock :: V628|
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|3 Dec 04 to 11 Jan 05||Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury :: V99|
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|5 Dec 03 to 3 Jan 04||Perth Theatre, Perth :: V637|
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|5 Dec 02 to 11 Jan 03||The Customs House, South Shields :: V575|
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|22 Dec 01 to 6 Jan 02||General, General :: V01096788520|
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|30 May 01||Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl :: V813|
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|23 Dec 00 to 6 Jan 01||Palace Theatre, Paignton :: V892|
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|8 Dec 00 to 30 Dec 00||Grand Theatre, Lancaster :: V521|
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|21 Feb 00 to 25 Feb 00||The Coliseum, Aberdare :: V821|
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|20 Dec 99 to 29 Dec 99||Marsden Theatre, Leyland :: V0532212787|
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|3 Dec 99 to 22 Jan 00||King's Theatre, Glasgow :: V613|
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|29 Nov 99 to 31 Dec 99||Motherwell Theatre, Motherwell :: V632|
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|19 Jan 99 to 23 Jan 99||Screen At The Square, Witney :: V835551105|
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|25 Dec 98 to 9 Jan 99||Spa Pavilion Theatre, Felixstowe :: V78|
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|18 Dec 98 to 10 Jan 99||Palace Theatre, Redditch :: V104|
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|16 Dec 98 to 9 Jan 99||Thameside Theatre, Grays :: V39|
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|11 Dec 98 to 3 Jan 99||Watermans Arts Centre, Outer London :: V339|
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|11 Dec 98 to 30 Jan 99||Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857|
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|10 Dec 98 to 9 Jan 99||Theatre Royal, Brighton :: V657|
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|26 Jan 98 to 31 Jan 98||The Coliseum, Aberdare :: V821|
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|27 Dec 97 to 10 Jan 98||Meres Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham :: V447|
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|20 Dec 97 to 4 Jan 98||Eye Theatre, Eye :: V77|
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|18 Dec 97 to 3 Jan 98||Kings Theatre Portsmouth, Southsea :: V780|
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|18 Dec 97 to 17 Jan 98||Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester :: V719|
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|16 Dec 97 to 18 Dec 97||Westminster Theatre, West End :: V419|
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|15 Dec 97 to 10 Jan 98||Palace Theatre, Mansfield :: V453|
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|12 Dec 97 to 10 Jan 98||Perth Theatre, Perth :: V637|
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|10 Dec 97 to 18 Jan 98||Key Theatre, Peterborough :: V27|
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|9 Dec 97 to 13 Dec 97||Abbey Theatre and Arts Centre, Nuneaton :: V1009|
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|2 Dec 97 to 3 Jan 98||Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633|
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|15 Jan 97 to 25 Jan 97||Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre, Taunton :: V918|
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|28 Dec 96 to 4 Jan 97||Strode Theatre, Street :: V917|
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|27 Dec 96 to 4 Jan 97||Olympus Theatre, Gloucester :: V98|
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|21 Dec 96 to 5 Jan 97||Gracie Fields Theatre, Rochdale :: V500|
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|19 Dec 96 to 12 Jan 97||Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne :: V665|
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|19 Dec 96 to 15 Feb 97||Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham :: V145|
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|13 Dec 96 to 18 Jan 97||Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy :: V629|
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|12 Dec 96 to 19 Jan 97||Churchill Theatre, Bromley :: V302|
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|10 Dec 96 to 25 Jan 97||Theatre Royal, York :: V954|
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|9 Dec 96 to 25 Jan 97||Royal & Derngate, Northampton :: V449|
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|6 Dec 96 to 18 Jan 97||Grand Opera House, Belfast :: V548|
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