pantomime

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Synonyms for pantomime

a performance using gestures and body movements without words

act out without words but with gestures and bodily movements only

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com SEFTON ALADDIN: Come and see if Aladdin, a poor Chinese boy, can win the heart of the beautiful princess in Southport Theatre's annual Christmas pantomime.
With a varied and busy autumn and winter season coming up, from The Lindisfarne Story to Paul Potts and, of course, the ever-popular Christmas Pantomime, Playhouse bosses hope audiences take advantage of this opportunity to hop on the Metro for free and save on parking fees.
I am looking forward to a little traditional Christmas pantomime myself and helping support the cause.
JOHN Barrowman and The Krankies will team up for the fifth time in a Christmas pantomime later this year.
I found myself at that uniquely British event this week, the strange combination of horror, so–called comedy and humiliation that is the dreaded Christmas pantomime.
IMAGINE Theatre are looking for youngsters in Porthcawl and the surrounding area to star in their new Christmas pantomime.
An interesting retelling of the Dick Whittington legend, closely following the storyline beloved of Christmas pantomime, but also introducing a healthy dollop of the sense of citizenship and social responsibility.
The footballer and his new hair do are now the focus of the youth team's traditional Christmas pantomime, this year named Hair We Go.
THEATRE bosses are offering free tickets for the launch of this year's Christmas pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk.
45pm ANDREI ARSHAVIN seems to have been handed the role of Christmas pantomime villain by English football supporters looking for someone to blame for their 2018 World Cup failure, and the little Russian was booed by irrational Fulham fans last Saturday, writes Michael Brear.
1717: The first Christmas pantomime was performed in London.
SHAMED telly star Michael Barrymore is back in the limelight after landing a part in a Christmas pantomime.
When my partner first said he was going to play a fairy godmother in his firm's Christmas pantomime, I thought it was a hoot.
In putting the Ugly Stepsisters in hilarious drag--originally Ashton himself and choreographer Robert Helpmann--he drew on the traditions of the English Christmas pantomime.
LONDON It takes two to Twankey--and the second just might, I emphasize might, be Judi Dench, who is mulling coming aboard Kevin Spacey's inaugural Old Vic season to join old friend Ian McKellen's Widow Twankey in the Christmas pantomime "Aladdin.