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Brilliant, a great pantomime and a great cast.
29 January 2005 | by (Guildford, England) – See all my reviews

I really enjoyed this pantomime. I thought all the actors were brilliant. Of all the ITV pantomimes shown I think this one is the best. I had it on video for a while a couple of years ago but my mum taped over it. It was on again this Christmas though and I thought it was great again.

I also thought that the singing was really good, it's quite hard to find people who can sing AND act these days. All the actors stayed in character well. The only thing I missed was the part where the children come on stage, unlike normal pantomimes this doesn't happen.

The writer has done extremely well to keep the traditional storyline but make it all funny. Watch out for a very funny scene between Paul Merton and Julian Clary. Anyway, all in all one of the best pantomimes I've seen (except Snow White at Woking this year and Cindarella at Woking a few years ago).


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