There’s a million things to think about when choosing your next pantomime script. So it can be helpful to break it down to a few key thigns to think about. Here’s my top tips on choosing the best pantomime script for your show.
Everyone knows that the key to a successful pantomime is a lot of side-splitting comedy. And there’s nothing worse than a joke that goes down like a lead balloon. Here’s my top tips to keep your pantomime script brimming with comic potential. 1. Pace Yourself Delivering a punchline successfully is often the key to a […]
As most will be picking their scripts for next year, that makes it the perfect time to look at some of the hottest songs to include in your scripts. As always, I’ll include a few recent hits as well as some classics which fit well into any panto.
Picking the right numbers for your panto can be key to its success. Not too long or too short. Not too rude or too sad. So I’ve picked out a great number perfect for the comic in any panto. See what you think.
There’s lots of different versions of every panto and many amateur groups still make their own set. It can often be difficult to find inspiration for how to stage your productions and what your set might look like.
The professional season may have just come to an end but the amateur season is barely 6 weeks in. To celebrate this, here’s the first of my blogs comprising some of the best Dame’s dresses across all of the most popular pantos.
I always find, when rehearsing and putting together a show for an amateur theatre group, there are some traits in amateur actors that tend to creep out and ruin performances. Here's some that I recognise regularly, how to recognise you're doing them and how to stop it.