Robin Hood

Robin Hood - The Panto

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Robin Hood – The Panto By David Crump

25-27 January 2018
The Perranwell Centre

Wanted – All ye children, peasants, lords and ladies to come and see Robin Hood – The Panto.

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£7 (£5 – Concession 60+ or under 16s)

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It’s Utterly Panto

Utterly Panto 2015 Poster

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It’s Utterly Panto Written By Rachel Feeny-Williams

19-21 February 2015
Perran-ar-worthal Village Hall

“It’s Utterly Panto” written by Rachel Feeny-Williams was staged in February 2015.

A brand new pantomime that contained many of our favourite fairy-tale characters.

With a colourful array of costumes, popular songs and all the elements of a traditional pantomime, this production was thoroughly enjoyed by audience members of all ages.

“When Goatel (Gretal) appeared I was completely in panto world” “Rapunzel and the nits had me laughing out loud” “completely brilliant” and “the best panto ever” were just some of the many, many favourable comments received.

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Neverland and Back

Neverland and Back
Neverland and Back
Neverland and Back

20-22 February 2014
Princess Pavillion, Falmouth

Written by Evie Payne.

Our buckles were swashed as Captain Hook and his buccaneering buffoons attempted to defeat Peter Pan once and for all.

Did man eater, Ms Croc O’Diall spoil Hook’s plans?

Would a stroppy teenage Tinkerbell be bothered to sprinkle her fairy dust?

A modern script but full of traditional pantomime elements Neverland and Back provided fun for all ages.

Oh yes it did!

Cinderella

Cinderella

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Cinderella

21-23 February 2013
Princess Pavillion, Falmouth

This was our first outing to Princess Paviion in Falmouth and we were all very excited about performing “Cinderella”, a traditional pantomime for all the family.

Those who came along joined in with all their favourite characters as this magical fairy-tale unfolded with fun and laughter.

You could only admire our youngsters as they performed to rocking music that got everyone jiggling in their seats and were amazed as the fairies work ‘a kind of magic’ to ensure Cinders got to the ball.

Tradition dictated a happy ending but just who would marry who? February used to be a dull month but not anymore, Panto was back in town.

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Cinderella

Cinderella