Panto Day 2019
Friday 13th December

Category: Panto Advice

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Battling Villainy and Magic

The Beast’s transformation, Cinderella’s carriage, the accelerated growth of the Beanstalk, the Genie of the Lamp; none of these would exist witho...
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Taking flight as Tink

Returning to Neverland for my fourth year playing Tinkerbell feels like coming home. I’m gifted my fairy wings once more and reunited with my best f...
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Being the Best at being Bad

After starting off my panto life playing princesses, I then had a few years in comedy roles – fairies etc and then made the transition into the badd...
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Dames, Demons and Drag Villains

When I first came to the Millfield, I had done pantomimes before, but I had only once played a prince. I don’t often play conventional romantic lead...
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Top Tips for Villainy

I first got hooked on playing villain (pardon the pun) from an early age.  My grandmother had taken me to see a production of Goldilocks at the Theat...
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Panto Songsheet

Essentially, it’s a song,…on a sheet! But in reality, it becomes ‘The end of the show, Show!’ It’s a chance for the comic to have some f...
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Playing Comic

Being a pantomime comic is probably one of my favourite things to do, BUT what many people don’t know is it’s starts months before we get into reh...
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From Good to Funny to Bad

After 8 years of playing the hero, saving the day, winning the heart of the princess and being the audiences best friend.  It’s time to step onto t...
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Playing Villain

Being the villain is the best job in Panto.  You may think that I may be a tad biased having been bad for 14 years in a row at The Kings in Edinburgh...
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Playing Principal Girl

Every year, my dressing room table looks very similar. Mic, check. Percy Pigs, check. Tiara, check. Welcome to the world of the Panto Princess, one th...