Jamie & The Unicorn: A Legend of a Panto! – The Gaiety

Written by Fraser Boyle & Ken Alexander Directed by Ken Alexander ★★★★ In Panto land, the realm of fairytale collides with vaudeville storytelling and glee – often taking shape as a classic Grimm tale or nursery rhyme. But where creative liberty is free, magic follows, and as part of The Gaiety's return to in-person performance, … Continue reading Jamie & The Unicorn: A Legend of a Panto! – The Gaiety

Puss in Moon Boots – Sleeping Trees

https://youtu.be/tkSs327MXjg Written by Sleeping Trees and Ben Hales Directed by Kerry Frampton ★★★ Reindeer? Check. Mince Pies? Burned. Stockings? Stuffed. Pet cat in Moon Boots? Wait… The festive staples are rolling out once more; when every town has their Pantomime, every village hall their Christmas Carol, and every online producer their festive non-commercialised special. Here, Sleeping … Continue reading Puss in Moon Boots – Sleeping Trees

Sleeping Beauty – King’s Theatre

Written by Alan McHugh Directed by Ed Curtis Choreography by Karen Martin ★★★★★ Sleeping for a thousand years sounds like quite the treat after the recent times we’ve faced, doesn’t it? And though the King’s Panto may have only rested its eyes for shy of two years, It feels an eternity since the audiences and … Continue reading Sleeping Beauty – King’s Theatre

Sleeping Beauty? – TeaBreak Theatre

Written & Directed by Katharine Armitage ★★★ Everyone has a dream. Some might not yet see it, others may refuse to share it, but deep down, there exists the capacity for something tremendously special within us all. So, grab your fluffiest pillow and stuff it inside your adventure pack. Best bring something bright to ward … Continue reading Sleeping Beauty? – TeaBreak Theatre

Mother Goose – The Byre Theatre

Directed and Written by Gordon Barr Musical Direction by Stephen Roberts Dust off the tinsel, crack open the advocaat and expand those pipes – it’s Pantomime season. With a vast tradition within the community, The Byre Theatre may have changed a few hands, had a few facelifts and seen more people through its doors than … Continue reading Mother Goose – The Byre Theatre