panto

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You'll find none of these harsh stories in our own pantos.
It's not one of the Big Four pantos - Cin-derella, Aladdin, Jack and the Beanstalk and Dick Whittington - but is still popular with audiences.
Hopefully if I do a great job there will be more pantos in years to come.
Babes in the Wood', 'Sleeping Beauty' and JM Barrie's 'Peter Pan,' first performed at the Duke of York's Theatre in London in 1904, completes the list of the most popular pantos.
IT'S panto every day of the year for Coventry's legendary dame.
STARS of the Royal Court's Christmas panto will help make their production extra special this year.
Pantos began asking questions about staffing, the first of which pertained to the Chief's upcoming vacation in March.
FOUL-MOUTHED comic Jim Davidson has promised to be squeaky clean during his panto run in Scotland.
Danny and his dad, Clive Webb, masters of slapstick, are embarking on their fifth Theatre Royal panto - and are contracted for next year too.
Panto season is just getting under way in Merseyside, with shows of all shapes and sizes taking place throughout the region, to suit all tastes and budgets.
I will go from the panto at the Ayr Gaiety, where my old mucker Brenda Cochrane is giving it laldy as Widow Twanky, to Stoke where Jonathan Wilkes is doing his stuff.
Joe, who writes his pantos in the corner of The Turnpike pub in Chapel House, said: "I love writing while having a pint.
Brian has starred in a recordsix pantos at the Hippodrome and the current Robinson Crusoe show follows Cinderella last year.