sleeping beauty

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Bath Theatre RoyalMy parents, brothers and nieces all turned up at  the Theatre Royal Bath production of sleeping beauty.   3 generations laughing together at topical bad jokes involving duck houses, MP’s expenses and discrimination against ginger people.  

I was a little confused by the principle boy being an actual boy.   No girls dressing-up as boys in this production.   The songs were excellent and included perky famous dittys like  ‘Could it be magic’.   Lots of children dancing around, some slapstick and shouting and chanting.   Much fun for everyone.  

Family pantomime outings are THE BESTEST!

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2 bits of lovely banter on “sleeping beauty”

  1. kevin writes:

    I love a good pantomime. It’s an excuse for the grown-ups to laugh and shout and completely embarass the children.

    Principal Boys have to be young ladies, though. It’s not the same, staring at a chap’s legs. (-:

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  2. Paul G. writes:

    “Family pantomime outings are THE BESTEST!”

    OH NO THEY’RE NOT!

    Yeah, OK, point taken. I’m just getting my coat… Everyone thought it – only I was lame enough to say it…

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