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Aladdin (Edgar and Wakefield) Comedy/Satire; Fantasy/Adventure View Details Compare
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Meet the wicked Abanazar, whose quest for the Magic Lamp takes us from exotic Araby to colourful Pekign! Laugh at dotty Widow Twankey, her son Wishee Washee and the silly Emperor Foo Wiff Pong, with his crazy Chief of Police Ping Pong! See Aladdin fall in love with the beautiful Princess So-Shy and marvel at the magic of the Genie of the Lamp! Add to this miraculous transformations and a ride on a Magic Carpet, and you have the perfect traditional Christmas treat for all ages.

Ali Baba & The Forty Thieves Fantasy/Adventure View Details Compare
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Meet the wicked Al-Zaman and his incompetent henchmen Mustafa Marsbar and Mustafa Malteezer as they pursue our intrepid hero, Ali Baba, who has stumbled upon the secret of the magic cave. Laugh at Ali's outrageous sister-in-law Rum Baba, her long-suffering husband Kasim and their quick-witted son, Khalif, who is hopelessly in love with the beautiful servant-girl Bashira...also featuring Cantab, the very smelly Camel! This brand new version of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves is packed to the brim with comedy, adventure, romance and audience participation - the perfect Christmas treat for all the family.  

Cinderella (Edgar & Wakefield) Comedy/Satire; Fantasy/Adventure View Details Compare
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Probably the best-loved pantomime of them all, in a version complete with all the traditional trappings. All your favourite characters are here: Buttons, Cinders, the Baron, Prince Charming, Dandini and of course those awful, horrible ugly sisters. Combined with specially composed music, plenty of audience participation and not forgetting that crucial crystal slipper, you have the ideal pantomime for all the family.

Dick Whittington Comedy/Satire; Fantasy/Adventure View Details Compare
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London’s streets are paved with gold (oh no they’re not!) and they’re the setting for an action-packed Christmas adventure! Dick Whittington meets loads of colourful characters on his journey from rags to riches - including the horrible King Rat and dotty Dame Sarah the Cook. And where would we be without his trusty cat, Tommy, who sees off an army of ghastly rats single-pawed! With a spectacular sea voyage to Morocco and loads of audience participation, Dick Whittington is the perfect traditional Christmas pantomime for audiences of all ages.

Dragon Fire Fantasy/Adventure View Details Compare
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DRAGON FIRE takes its inspiration from ancient Japanese folk tales.

It tells of a village terrorised by a ferocious fire-eating Dragon. Patches, a cheeky child, is the only villager brave enough to make the perilous journey across the mountains to visit the wise Goddess who can reveal how the Dragon can be defeated.

DRAGON FIRE tells the story of her journey, of the strange creatures she encounters along the way, and of her meeting with the Goddess. The story ends with Patches’ triumphant and ingenious defeat of the Dragon.

DRAGON FIRE was written for an all-girl cast, but can equally be performed by boys or mixed groups. The size of the cast is flexible. There are seven main parts, and six groups of other characters, who can double up as necessary. The ideal age range is 9-13.

Jack And The Beanstalk (Edgar & Wakefield) Fantasy/Adventure View Details Compare
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JACK AND THE BEANSTALK combines all the classic elements of this popular panto: dotty Dame Trot, and her son Jack, who sells their precious cow Clarabelle for a bag of beans; the magical transformation of a massive beanstalk growing up to Giant Blunderbore's grim castle in the clouds; and a particularly hissable villain in Fleshcreep, the Giant's loathsome henchman. Add to these potent ingredients lashings of romance, adventure and knockabout comedy - and, as always, masses of audience participation - and you have the perfect hoiday treat for all the family.    

Little Red Riding Hood Fantasy/Adventure View Details Compare
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"Sheer Joy from start to finish...A great combination of traditional and modern" --The Stage.

"The lost art of festive Theatre has been rediscovered in Winchester...The Theatre Royal's Christmas show is one of the best you could hope to see anywhere: a superb but modestly-budgeted production that keeps the whole family gripped with its inspired but straightforward retelling of a well-known fairy tale" --Winchester Chronicle.

First performed at Winchester Theatre Royal on 12th December 2002, produced by the Hiss and Boo Company.

Mother Goose (Edgar & Wakefield) Fantasy/Adventure View Details Compare
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Follow the adventures of Mother Goose and Cilla the magic goose! The wicked squire and the demoness hatch a plan to kidnap poor Cilla for her golden eggs. Their plans are thwarted when Mother Goose, her son Billy and his friend Jill come to the aid of Cilla. they return home with lessons learnt, richer in morals than in money. It's good family fun with lots of audience participation so cheer at our heroes and boo at the baddies!  ALSO AVAILABLE: Another version of MOTHER GOOSE has a Victorian setting, and should be done in the style of a travelling victorian Theatre.

Pinocchio Fantasy/Adventure View Details Compare
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Adapted from Carlo Collodi’s timeless adventure of the puppet who yearns to be a real boy, Colin Wakefield and Kate Edgar magically bring Old Italy to life with an evocative score, colourful costumes and exotic locales – including the sinister Land Of The Toys and the interior of a gigantic whale. This beloved children’s classic, devised for a company of actor/musicians but easily played by off-stage musicians instead, amazes and delights as Pinocchio gradually discovers the dangers of selfishness and the importance of honesty, told with all the hallmarks of traditional pantomimes in this fantastic adventure to delight all ages!

Puss In Boots Fantasy/Adventure View Details Compare
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When Tom, the Miller's son, only inherits the family cat in his father's will his prospects look bleak. But Puss has other ideas and, newly equipped with a pair of boots, he sets out to make his master's fortune. Disguised as the Marquis of Carabas, Tom catches the eye of the beautiful Princess Rosalinda and is instrumental in winning back her father's kingdom from the man-eating Ogre.   

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