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Sleeping Beauty– Theatre Royal, Norwich

Writer and Director: Richard Gauntlett Reviewer: Lu Greer The tree lights are twinkling, presents are being wrapped, and there's still no sign of snow. This can only mean two things: Christmas is coming and Richard Gauntlett has got a giant multi-coloured dress on again. The Theatre Royal Norwich panto is once again written and directed by Gauntlett, with him also taking on ...

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Aladdin -Mercury Theatre, Colchester

Tim Freeman Antony-Stuart Hicks and Dale Superville

Writer: Fine Time Fontayne Director and Writer: Daniel Buckroyd Musical Director: Richard Reeday Reviewer: Michael Gray   You'll believe a mat can fly … Aladdin's magic carpet ride was just one of many delights in this carefully crafted panto, a near-perfect cocktail of glamour, silliness and fairy-tale romance. Under the green-eyed gaze of the dragons rampant either side of the ...

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Edinburgh Fringe: Departure Lounge – Paradise in Augustine’s

Writer: Dougal Irvine Director: Sally Rapier Reviewer: Deborah Klayman [rating:4] Four years after it premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe, Dougal Irvine’s coming of age musical seems to be as popular as ever. Anyone who has ever travelled with Ryanair and been delayed knows the tedium of the bleak waiting areas, but with a strong cast and catchy songs Departure Lounge ...

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