Tag Archives: pantomime

Pantos Past

I have a chum who has loathed Christmas pantomimes ever since childhood. Me? I quite enjoy a good one, and as long as all the traditional elements are there: cross-dressing, slapstick, slightly dated pop songs and a generous splash of … Continue reading

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Wardrobe highlights

I’ve remembered some more funny stories from when I used be the designer for a London pantomime. As I said last week, I always tried to go the classy route with my designs. However, as rehearsals progressed, the director would … Continue reading

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Panto withdrawl

At this time of year I always suffer from panto withdrawal symptoms. For many years I designed the sets and costumes for a London pantomime and about now I find myself longingly eyeing fabric shop windows for sparkly fabrics to match my … Continue reading

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