Goldilocks: Encore Northenders, Batheaston, Bath
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Batheaston Church Hall, Bath
You thought it was all over. Well, it very nearly is now. As usual, the Northenders' pantomime arrives at the very tail of the season, closing it with not so much a whimper as a bang.
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Produced by the familiar Greg Vere, this production doesn't stint on anything. Music, songs, lighting, costumes, sound effects, programme are all up to the high standard we've come to expect from them at Batheaston. Plus, of course, a bar, hot dogs and a packed enthusiastic audience.
This year's Goldilocks is a variation on the familiar tale, brought up to date with good fairy and Essex girl, Fairy Tulisa (Natalie Cummings). Naturally there's dame, brought to life by Brin Johnson who makes such a brilliant first attempt at the part that I'm sure he'll be seen in that role often in the future. He revelled in the part, wearing more wigs, frocks and make-up than Elton John.
Greg also wrote the script, full of jokes, double entendres, plenty of songs and adience participation – no problem there even when the script didn't require it. Included too were the stock panto folk; good King, bad Queen, village dunce, handsome hero plus plenty more and they really could sing well.
Good fun then, so if you're still up for a seasonal blast try Batheaston village hall and Goldilocks.
The panto runs until Saturday February 9.