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Three To See on 24 Nov: King Tut – A Pyramid Panto, Bumper Blyton – The Improvised Adventure, Cinderella

By | Published on Friday 17 November 2017

And today’s ThisWeek-tipped, LDN-based events are…

King Tut – A Pyramid Panto | King’s Head Theatre | 24 Nov-6 Jan (pictured)
“This year, it’s all about Egypt, so ditch the tinsel and travel back in time to the Valley of the Kings for a whirlwind adventure of mummies, magic and mayhem.” The excellent Charles Court Opera return with their eleventh annual boutique pantomime, this one taking what seems like a slightly unusual theme for the genre. Exciting! See this page here for info.

Bumper Blyton – The Improvised Adventure | Canal Cafe Theatre | 24 Nov
I’ve been reluctant to let my daughter read too much Blyton because… well, you know why. But I will give you permission to see this, an improvised adventure inspired by some of the writer’s most famous characters, performed by a bunch of some of the best improvisers we’ve seen. Head over to the venue website here for all the details.

Cinderella | Hackney Empire | 18 Nov-31 Dec
Now, I promised you a few days ago that more panto tips would be forthcoming so don’t be surprised that there are two of them today. This time it’s ‘Cinderella’ at Hackney Empire, from the hugely experienced duo of Susie McKenna and Steven Edis, and I guarantee it will be great. Click here for more.



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