Get on with it.
Get on with it.
Unlike Les “1992” Dennis. There’ll be more celebrities in bawdy polyster costumes than you can shake your panto dame at.
Remember kids - panto is for D-list celebrities and retired politicians, not just for ChristmasPants in Panto, 2011
Dick Whittington “a great piece”.
After just a fortnight of this quest for the UK’s Most Amazing Pantomime 2010, it’s probably safe to say that we have found a winner. That may be somewhat premature, but words cannot describe how fabulously awful the Empire Theatre production of Aladdin will be this year.
You see, it’s not enough for them to have the first name in Panto and face of this humble blog, Les Dennis this year - the buxom Pamela Anderson will be joining Les on stage. The “most downloaded” woman in the world and initiator of impure thoughts will play as the mystical ‘Genie of the Lamp’. Can you imagine the number of awkward puns this lends itself to? The scale of sexual innuendos will be way off the scale. Truly a triumph in the Panto stakes.
Stay tuned for arguably the most highly anticipated Panto appearance of the year…
If there was ever a point to reassess your career, it might be when you’re sharing a stage with Stavros Flately for a month.
American small screen legend Dirk Benedict will this year lead the Milton Keynes Theatre’s production of Dick Whittington. After nearly 30 years of acting, appearing in the original and remake of The A-Team, Battlestar Galactica and Tarantino’s most recent film Inglorious Basterds, we can probably all agree that nothing can prepare Dirk for what awaits him in Buckinghamshire come December.
But the person we should really pity here is the wonderfully pleasant Joanna Page, who will have to stand back and endure the whole sorry affair. And this is a woman who has endured a Rob Brydon and Ruth Jones Comic Relief single. Poor lass.
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