Articles relating to: panto
Ask anyone in York what makes their Theatre Royal pantomimes so special and they’ll sum it up in two words: Berwick Kaler.Read the full story..
As Christmassy experiences go, there’s none Christmassier.Read the full story..
When I announced to the folks at Northern Soul Towers that I’d never been to a pantomime, they looked at me like I had two heads.Read the full story..
It’s been a while since I’ve seen a panto. If they are all like this, then I won’t be leaving my next visit to one so long.Read the full story..
While I’ve been to an Alice in Wonderland-themed tea party, I’ll admit I had no idea what this Lewis Carroll classic was all about.Read the full story..
It’s panto time again. ‘Oh no it isn’t!’ I hear you shout. ‘It’s only November.’ But like Christmas offers in the shops, panto seems to start earlier every year.Read the full story..
“You’re being paid to have fun and to laugh and be daft and stupid.” John Barrowman talks to Northern Soul
As you might expect, chatting with John Barrowman is a cheeky and gossipy encounter. His tales are peppered with one-liners about threesomes with The Krankies and being the best ‘Dick’ in the business.Read the full story..
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