Mother Goose


Mother Goose
by Logan Fox

Join us for a panto adventure with Mother Goose and her precious goose, Priscilla. Written by Logan Fox, this will have you laughing out loud (oh, yes it will!) and singing along.


25th – 28th January 2024
The Perranwell Centre, Cornwall, TR3 7JU



Mother Goose Jon Groves
Silly Billy Frazier Pocock
Jowan Parker Register
Mayor Simon Bennett
Lamorna Ruby Goddard
Morwenna Maeve Spear
Fairy Phoenix Chris Breach
Fairy Ash (Apprentice) Steffi Wright
Witch Demona Karen Smith
Waldo (Apprentice) Leo Hatcher
Priscilla Moo Burnett
King George David Ivall
Queen Evelyn Sarah Wright
Abra Charlotte Padmore
Kadabra Megan Laval
Anne Teak (Newscaster) Jess Oree
Rich Tea (Co-Host) James Skinner


Spencer Amar
Joseph Nicholson
Luke Dunn
Layla Teague
Sienna Teague
Evie Boynton-Quinion
Piran Griffin
Morwenna Buckley
Lily Richards
Violet Macindoe
Ruby Moyle-Ellis
Elwood Grose
Lizzie Miller
Kiera Peters (and Asst Choreographer)
Myha Peters
Jess Prentice
Vron Spear
Sue Halloran
Peter Kirby



Extracts from our NODA review:

It is a joy to come and watch a pantomime where a young script writer has been allowed to begin his journey….

Mother Goose’s costumes were numerous changes from green and gold with a green wig, gold and black outfit with touches of Cornish tartan and ginger and orange wig, yellow and red dress with feathers and sequins and red wig and burgundy and gold finale were all well-fitting and looked wonderful. She made a fantastic traditional dame, interacting with all on the stage, pulling every gag out of the script, sang with gusto and her interaction with the audience was fantastic. A brilliant portrayal!

The choreographed moves for this production were carefully considered so that all the members of the cast could perform them. I enjoyed the traditional Les Misérables marching movements during the songs; but I especially enjoyed the beautifully arranged ballet dance, what talent you had within the Gooseland ballet dancers, they all looked as if they were ready to dance on the professional stage….

The diverse and fully inclusive chorus were certainly an integral part of this production. They were fully engaged when on stage and ensured they all followed the storyline….