An adaptation of the folktale about a lonely boy, his beloved cat, and the hard decisions that come with their adventures.

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Amanda Barrie ...
Queen of Tonga
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The Mayor
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Julian Clary ...
Vanessa Feltz ...
Mrs. Fitzwarren
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The Painter
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The Captain
Tina O'Brien ...
Maid of Tonga
Debra Stephenson ...
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The Good Fairy (as Jessica Stevenson)
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Sally the Cook
Danny Foster ...
Himself / Hear'Say
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An adaptation of the folktale about a lonely boy, his beloved cat, and the hard decisions that come with their adventures.

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1 January 2002 (UK)  »

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ITV Pantomime: Dick Whittington  »

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Quotes

Alice Fitzwarren: Oh, Chris - here's a ball of string for you to play with!
[Throws the ball past Chris]
Chris the Cat: You haven't got the hang of me yet, have you?
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References The Wombles (1973) See more »

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The Alderman's Song
Performed by James Fleet, Debra Stephenson and Sailors
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Brilliant stuff
19 December 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

An absolutely brilliant pantomime for the whole family I loved it as did my nephew although he didn't always understand why I was laughing (But we can't explain all of the jokes to a 5 year old) Great stuff and a great performance from Hear'Say, Chris the cat was so funny as well and as was Dick and his singing (when he couldn't). I would definitely recommend this pantomine for people of all ages as it has humor there for the kids as well as the adults and is a guaranteed laugh for all. It will make you laugh so hard that you want to cry and you will find yourself joining the kids and shouting boo at the television, even though you know that you sound silly. Cant wait to see if any more pantomimes are shown by the same person.


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