Two Petite Pantos


Audiences think they know pantomime, but with  Two Petite Pantos you can leave your expectations at the door.  With an LGBTQ soundtrack, a live election and not just one but two pantomimes being performed: this will be panto like you've never seen it before.

Dick Whittington tells the story of a boy hoping to find London’s streets paved with gold and the adventures that ensue along with a cat, a rat, a girl dressed as a boy, a boy dressed as a girl and a fairy. In Mother Goose Vanity has just been elected President of Pantoland and is on a mission to make it great again, by whatever foul means possible; but standing between him and glory is Mother Goose. Will she succumb to his wicked ways or will she come to her senses and save humanity?

Two Petite Pantos is out to show that pantomime is as vital a theatrical voice for political and social discussion as any new play that might be produced at the National Theatre or Royal Court. And not forgetting, of course, that pantomime is the funniest, loudest and most sparkling evening in the theatre that the whole family can enjoy! Both pantos will be full of laugh out loud comedy, groan inducing puns and just enough romance to keep everyone happy. 

The cast is made up of experienced pantomime professionals who have worked all over the UK and with some of British entertainment’s most legendary stars. 

On 9th January the role of Fairy Virtue will be played by Lolly.


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Cast


Helen Gulston: Fairy Furball / Jill

Emma Jane Morton: Fairy Virtue

Ant Payne: King Rat / Colin

Robert Pearce: Sarah the Cook / Mother Goose

Lucy Reed: Dick Whittington / Priscilla the Goose

Amanda Swift: Alice Fitzwarren / Demon Vanity

Creatives


Writer and Director: Robert Pearce

Choreographer: James Rowell

Musical Director: Emma Jane Morton and Nicola Chang

Stage Manager: Amee Smith

Associate Producers: Elevation Productions

About the Company: Petite Productions


A new company taking classic British theatre and reimagining it for a 21st Century audience.


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Production Details


    Run Time:
  • Act One: 40 mins
  • Act Two: 50 mins

  • Age Restrictions:
  • None

  • Tickets:
  • £16.00 Standard
  • £14.00 Concession
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