Tag Archives: pantomime

Boy Who Stole The Ogre’s Treasure

The young dancer captured above prompted me to see the young dancers of my home county in the community pantomime where I learnt about the history of a pantomime story. The moral of this story, to help listeners utilise their own power, goes back 5000 years. Rooted in a group of stories classified as ‘The […]
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Perfect Theatre of Pantomime

  Winter Solstice in the UK today has arrived along with lots of blue sky.  The Christmas Markets nearby are more fun with the milder weather so it is great to spend time gazing at the craft stalls and carousels.     I spent the night in a medieval Estate house, now a hotel, and got […]
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It’s behind you!

Walking back from the last panto of the season makes the dust from the magic wand that is still clinging to the shiny handle seem all the more precious.  On the wonderful Oxford Playhouse stage the rip roaring ‘Robin Hood’ came to town in true style and lifted our horizons.  Imagination soars during pantomime so […]
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