This pantomime really did follow all the rules that a traditional Christmas panto should and the audience seemed to lap this up at every opportunity. One minute it’s Mickey Mouse, the next it’s Donald Duck. Even after doing pantomimes from an early age, Lucy says still gets nerves, adding: Send your stories and photos now. At least the flipping spinning light-up fans are quieter than the ones at Stevenage! And with that all the people that sung done really well. The twizzle sticks seemed to be an accident waiting to happen, as my mother would have warned me as a child ‘if you keep waving that you’ll have someone’s eye out’. How to make Hertfordshire wildlife a priority this year.
The best Panto I have seen. He was the character that connected the audience with the pantomime. Getting each other out of trouble with their lines in the boudoir scene was especially entertaining for the audience. Book now for the funniest panto in Herts! Loads of fun for the family and great sets make for a memorable night!! Even after doing pantomimes from an early age, Lucy says still gets nerves, adding: Expect lots of local gags, silliness aplenty and oodles of fun.
Enter your postcode below to personalise your weather feed. The all important Dwarfs will be played by local youngsters, who successfully auditioned to take part in the show during September. Tickets are limited so be sure book your tickets at: Kieran Buckeridge as Adorabella and Dale Superville as Fruitella were an excellent duo of Ugly Sisters who bounced off each other brilliantly as they came on for each scene with ever more outrageous costumes!
It was fantastic and my sister was really lucky because she got to see it twice Holly from Aylesbury We went to see Cinderella at Palace Theatre in Watford on Christmas Eve. Even after doing pantomimes from an early age, Lucy says still gets nerves, adding: Alex Scott Fairley returns as Witch Heather. I enjoyed the interaction between the audience and the characters on stage, especially with Buttons. A superb cast not let down by any poor perfomances! You’re not a Chelsea fan are you?!
And the doctor said – “how long have you been having these Disney spells”!
Aladdin – – Upstage Productions
This is a wonderful pantomime which throws in up-to-date and highly original touches without ever losing the magic of the traditional. Ideal for preschool and children up to 8-years.
Uno bus catches fire heading from Shenley to Radlett. I couldn’t stop laughing, singing or dancing the whole way through. Cenyre Bands Submit your band! Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
It’ll be all White on the night for Radlett panto
With a cast of talented actors and supported by lots of smiling children Sleeping Beauty proved that old fashioned panto is wide awake in Radlett. Have you been to a panto this year? Allyson Brown is a really charming Cinderella with a voice that will knock your socks off and Ugly Sisters Adorabella and Fruitella Kieran Buckeridge and Dale Superville are hilarious and make the show their own!
While there is not a soap star in sight this pantomime features an abundance of local talent with over 40 years experience producing traditional family pantomimes. Meeting Santa after and receiving a gift is all included. Well worth the visit! Enjoyed every minute hoping to go and see it again soon! A really ambitious but very effective audience sing song of McFly’s “It’s All About You” with melody and counter melody shows how Watford take the traditions and step them up a gear!
Theatre and Dance Reviews Theatre and Art. The singing throughout was good, with the male characters a bit weaker than the women.
Make sure you book quickly! Impossibly glamorous and legs to die for – I think he needed a few warts!
Also i thought that the children that where playing the mice were really going for it and putting their heart and soul into everything they done. Signed performances are; Tuesday 18 December 1. This story of penniless Aladdin and his quest to win the hand of the Princess Yasmin stars Hawthorne favourite dame Michael Totton.
Not a celebrity in sight
Forget the telly re-runs and head out with the family to the theatre for an interactive, over-the-top, belly laugh Christmas show.
Theatre company Upstage Productions center a welcome return to the centre to perform a magical family pantomime that has something for everyone; plenty of songs, comedy, adventure and audience participation, as well as enchanting scenery and colourful costumes.
The producers of The Spotlight show promise dazzling dances and amazing costumes.
This pantomime really did follow all the rules that a traditional Christmas panto should and the audience seemed to lap this up at every opportunity. Aladdin and his family dream of a better life filled with riches and adventure, far away from the humdrum of their daily life in the backstreets of Peking.
Parents – step away from the tat stand! Book now for the funniest panto in Herts! Cheer on our heroes, as Aladdin goes in search of true love and help us to ensure good triumphs over evil. With a lovely nothern accent this Dame really did steal the show at times! Travel to the enchanted forest where curses must be broken for true love to save the day. Children and parents can sing-along to festive jingles, and each child will receive a special Christmas present from Santa and photograph with him too!