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Dragon of Wantley, The - Full Length Play, Pantomime

Dragon of Wantley, The

Norman Robbins

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Full Length Play, Pantomime

15m, 15f

ISBN: 9780573164187

Based on an English legend involving real people, this panto was beloved by Victorian audiences and has now been adapted for the 21st century by that master of pantomime - Norman Robbins. With vengeful fairies, knock-a-bout bailiffs, a romantic leading lady and a handsome Principal boy, plus the ou…

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Description

Full Length Play

Pantomime

Based on an English legend involving real people, this panto was beloved by Victorian audiences and has now been adapted for the 21st century by that master of pantomime - Norman Robbins. With vengeful fairies, knock-a-bout bailiffs, a romantic leading lady and a handsome Principal boy, plus the outrageous Dame, all the ingredients are here for a wonderful evening's entertainment!

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CASTING

15m, 15f

CASTING NOTES

Large cast including a chorus of villagers, servants, dancers and children

Author
Norman Robbins

Norman Robbins

Norman, one of Amateur Theatre's most popular authors wrote his first stage show almost 60 years ago whilst working for the Yorkshire Evening Post. An avid theatre-goer from the age of 3, (his Grand-parents ran the pub near the local theatre so free tickets were always available) he was equally fascinated by Operettas, Musical Comedies, Oratorios, Plays and Pantomimes. A keen amateur actor and ... view full profile

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Nick ST-Francois 2/18/2015 11:32 AM
Great Panto. Not your typical fairy tale story but still a funny play no less. Having a few more villains then a normal play is great for audience participation. and the gags go over well. Not a short play if you included all the songs and musical numbers but still a very entertaining evening.

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