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Peter Panto and the Incredible Stinkerbell – Tron Theatre, Glasgow

Writer: Johnny McKnight Director &Designer: Kenny Miller Composer &Musical Director: Ross Brown Reviewer: Rachel Clark Fresh from the success of their production ofBlithe Spiritin Perth, Johnny McKnight and Kenny Miller front the creative team behind this year's Tron theatre pantomime:Peter Panto and the Incredible Stinkerbell; a show of fun, fairies and flatulence. Peter Panto is a boy from Riverland. One ...

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A Christmas Carol – Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh

Director: Andrew Panton Writer: Charles Dickens Adapted by: Neil Duffield Reviewer: Amy Taylor Charles Dickens’ most famous melancholy miser, Ebenezer Scrooge, makes a welcome return to the Scottish stage in Andrew Panton’s new production ofA Christmas Carol. Adapted by Neil Duffield, and featuring a strong cast, is this latest incarnation of Dickens’ 18thcentury allegory the Christmas story that Scotland needs ...

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Pendulums Bargain Emporium, Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh

Devised and performed by: Bethany Sheldon, Kathryn Lowe, Matt Marks and Morgan Brind Reviewer: Marina Spark [Rating:4] Maison Foo's hugely successful 2010 show Memoirs of a Biscuit Tin combined puppetry, music and a great deal of physicality to produce a touching, memorable performance. Pendulums Bargain Emporium, their newest show is similarly thought-provoking and affecting. Through the use of objects, puppetry, ...

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