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Dick Whittington – Milton Keynes Theatre

Dick Whittington from Milton Keynes Theatre

Writer: Eric Potts Director: Russell Labey Reviewer: Maggie Constable It’s behind you! Well, actually it’s not, but yes it’s that time again! Dick Whittington the panto has arrived at Milton Keynes Theatre. Dick Whittington and his trusted feline friend, Tommy, set off on their fun-filled quest for fame and fortune in London where, in a slight retelling of the traditional ...

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Aladdin – Milton Keynes Theatre

The cast of Aladdin at Milton Keynes Theatre

Writer: Eric Potts Director: Russell Labey Reviewer: Maggie Constable It is panto season again and in Milton Keynes it is time to hop onto that magic flying carpet to be transported to Old Peking where you will encounter Aladdin and lots more! It’s an iconic tale but, in essence, a young man, Aladdin, finds a lamp containing a beautiful Genie, ...

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Peter Pan the Panto – Milton Keynes Theatre

Director: Cal McCytstal Writer: J. M. Barrie Adapter by Eric Potts Reviewer: Maggie Constable Tick tock Tick tock! What do we hear coming? Yes, it’s the dreaded sound of the croc in Milton Keynes’ fab, fun Xmas panto this year. Bradley Walsh returns to Milton Keynes’ Never Never Land as Smee after a gap of seven years, joined by none ...

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Dick Whittington – Opera House, Manchester

Writer &Director: Eric Potts Reviewer: Iain Sykes [rating:5] Dick Whittington, Manchester Opera House’s Christmas offering, is a Christmas cracker of a pantomime, packed with energy, a fast paced, brilliantly delivered script, written by Eric Potts, and enough jokes to keep the smiles on the faces of young and old from start to finish. This great telling of the story is ...

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Peter Pan – Opera House, Manchester

Writer: JM Barrie Adapted by: Eric Potts Director: Will Brenton Reviewer: Paul Downham [rating:4] This year Peter Pan flies into the Opera House with David Hasselhoff pitching battle as ‘Hoff” the Hook against forever young Peter played by Amy Bird. Hook is assisted by the hapless Smee played by Tam Ryan, returning to the Opera House pantomime once again. Lorna ...

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