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PostPosted: Fri Nov 08, 2019 12:02 
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Omg, HOW EXPENSIVE are pantomimes? Why did I expect them to be moderately affordable? An afternoon showing on an early December showing, cheapest ticket is £24.50?!

I’ve never seen one and I thought it might be fun for Darwin, but that’s so expensive (and that’s before all the additional ticket nonsense like Grim has just put up).


Been to the panto at the Hammersmith Lyric for the last few years and it is properly excellent. Top notch production, good music, magical, a bit political, very much proud of London's community. I've never actually paid as it's been a work jolly, but would imagine it's not terribly cheap.

But if you do have to fork out for panto, I'd say it's one worth forking out for.


Also, not a celebrity star in sight.


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Bit far for us :D Also I dare say a bit expensive, sadly. Good to hear it’s been a good time out for adults as well.

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Apparently every slot to meet Father Christmas sold out for every single day for the NT place near here within an hour. That’s all day over eight days, and they only took bookings and payment by phone. Can’t imagine the logistics of that.

So, anyway, booking tickets for basically anything is just stupidly difficult and expensive.

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Let's do a Beex Panto.


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Surely more a Scrooge. Isn’t Christmas Past a young childish spirit?

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Let's do a Beex Panto.


Who's the dame?

Yoo-hoo!

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The last panto I went to must have been about 1960. My aunt took me to see one. Can't remember which one BUT the big celeb was Ken Dodd. Afterwards I was physically exhausted from the almost constant hysterical laughter and my cheek muscles ached for a couple of days as well.

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When I was five or six, I was taken to a pantomime which had Grotbags in. She terrified me, as I sat gripping the seat in the dress circle. She strode up and down the stage, telling us children how she was going to cancel Christmas and break all our toys. I cannot remember what did it, what the breaking point was, but I was suddenly sobbing hysterically.
At the interval, my friend's parents took me home. I must have ruined my friend's birthday. Sorry, Karen P. But, this year, Clare Sweeney will be amazing

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I got called up on stage in the 'preshow' where they had a clown doing balloon animals. He would blow up a balloon, hand it to me and of course let go just as he did so it flew around the room. I couldn't work out what I was doing wrong and bawled my eyes out on stage in front of a massive audience.




2014 was a tough year.

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...and then the teacher got off the bus.

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One of the joys of attending pantos as an adult is seeing how many risqué gags the cast get away with.


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I got called up on stage in the 'preshow' where they had a clown doing balloon animals. He would blow up a balloon, hand it to me and of course let go just as he did so it flew around the room. I couldn't work out what I was doing wrong and bawled my eyes out on stage in front of a massive audience.




2014 was a tough year.


This got me! Good work! :)


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It is actually a true story, though obviously not from 2014 :)

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It is actually a true story, though obviously not from 2014 :)

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Let's do a Beex Panto.


Who's the dame?

Yoo-hoo!

Oh, come on… you don’t think you and Craster would do a good ugly sisters double act?

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It is actually a true story, though obviously not from 2014 :)
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 Post subject: Re: Bits and Bobs 50
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Mimi wrote:
Omg, HOW EXPENSIVE are pantomimes? Why did I expect them to be moderately affordable? An afternoon showing on an early December showing, cheapest ticket is £24.50?!


I tell myself it costs £20 an hour to have someone keep a kid entertained and work from there. It Holds back the tears.

Coincidentally, £20 an hour is the arbitrary price i put on my leasure time so if I can pay someone that or less to do stuff I don't want to, I come out at least even

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MaliA wrote:
Mimi wrote:
Omg, HOW EXPENSIVE are pantomimes? Why did I expect them to be moderately affordable? An afternoon showing on an early December showing, cheapest ticket is £24.50?!


I tell myself it costs £20 an hour to have someone keep a kid entertained and work from there. It Holds back the tears.

Coincidentally, £20 an hour is the arbitrary price i put on my leasure time so if I can pay someone that or less to do stuff I don't want to, I come out at least even


Real shame my going rate is £25ph.


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MaliA wrote:
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Omg, HOW EXPENSIVE are pantomimes? Why did I expect them to be moderately affordable? An afternoon showing on an early December showing, cheapest ticket is £24.50?!


I tell myself it costs £20 an hour to have someone keep a kid entertained and work from there. It Holds back the tears.

Coincidentally, £20 an hour is the arbitrary price i put on my leasure time so if I can pay someone that or less to do stuff I don't want to, I come out at least even


What don’t you want to do, though? You’re still going to the pantomime. With your kids. And presumably MrsA, so that’s £25x4. And you’re not freeing up that leisure time as you’re there :DD

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I don't have to entertain them.

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Steve is an only child and then we had Katie and mother in law was over the moon and one of the things she was so looking forward to was taking her to a panto
so she was a few years old (maybe 3yo?) and she put on her prettiest dress and nanny got her a wand with a light and she was sooo looking forward to it
then the curtain went up and the music started up and Katie started wailing with fear and she didnt stop.
I took her out and back in but it didnt help, though the wailing did die down to a sobbing and trembling and hiding into me
we went home at intermission ...


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We got the family-friendly JBR at Cottage X.

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There's a plasterer doing some work down the road today.

His name is Kevin Watley and on his van he has the slogan "Float like a butterfly, skim like Watley"

Brilliant.


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His name is Kevin Watley and on his van he has the slogan "Float like a butterfly, skim like Watley"


I read this and thought - thats one of the characters from Auf Wiedersehen Pet , but of course its not - its the actor and not quite spelt the same

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There's a plasterer doing some work down the road today.

His name is Kevin Watley and on his van he has the slogan "Float like a butterfly, skim like Watley"

Brilliant.

Not as good as if his surname had been Abbey.

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Mark Rylance isn’t Flop any more and IT IS ALL WRONG.

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Mark Rylance isn’t a Flop any more and IT IS ALL WRONG.

No, he's a great success. I liked him in Wolf Hall very much indeed.

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Mark Rylance isn’t a Flop any more and IT IS ALL WRONG.

No, he's a great success. I liked him in Wolf Hall very much indeed.


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Mali knows.

I've never seen Bing. I thought it was only a search engine and an old American crooner with alleged links to the Mafia until I Googled it just now.

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On a train to that London again.

I hate public transport. Reserved a table and window I got neither. Grrrr

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Mali knows.

I've never seen Bing. I thought it was only a search engine and an old American crooner with alleged links to the Mafia until I Googled it just now.

You never used a microwave?


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On a train to that London again.

I hate public transport. Reserved a table and window I got neither. Grrrr

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Mali knows.

I've never seen Bing. I thought it was only a search engine and an old American crooner with alleged links to the Mafia until I Googled it just now.

Bing is (was?) beautiful. Flop is basically my parenting guru. I have a little bracelet that Russell bought me, engraved with ‘What Would Flop Do?’. Because kids don’t always get it right, and are always learning how to navigate their emotions and feelings, and Flop is unflappable. He’s so kind, and gentle, and he’s a calm guide through any situation. So, I love him.

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Mali knows.

I've never seen Bing. I thought it was only a search engine and an old American crooner with alleged links to the Mafia until I Googled it just now.

Bing is (was?) beautiful. Flop is basically my parenting guru. I have a little bracelet that Russell bought me, engraved with ‘What Would Flop Do?’. Because kids don’t always get it right, and are always learning how to navigate their emotions and feelings, and Flop is unflappable. He’s so kind, and gentle, and he’s a calm guide through any situation. So, I love him.

Flop is clearly heavily medicated.


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On a train to that London again.

I hate public transport. Reserved a table and window I got neither. Grrrr

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