with Peter Duncan as Dame Trott
The planet saving pantomime. Suitable for all ages.
Running time: 85 minutes
FAMILY TICKETS: £15
★★★★★ Edinburgh Evening News
★★★★★ The New European
★★★★ Broadway World
★★★★ The Stage
Giant Blunderbore the gas guzzling giant is in a terrible rage. He rants and raves and threatens to eat any villager who cannot afford to pay their rent. Poor Dame Trott (Peter Duncan) has to sell her precious cow ‘Buttercup’ and sends her son Jack (Sam Ebenezer) to the cow market to exchange her for gold pieces. He is fooled by the Giant's dogsbody Fleshcreepy (Josh Vantyler) a lying trickster and all he comes back with is a seemingly worthless bag of beans. Jill (Sarah Moss), the daughter of the grumpy Squire of the village (Ian Talbot) is kidnapped by Fleshcreepy who pretends to be a travelling salesman from a far-away land and takes her to the castle in the clouds. Only the Garden Fairy (Nicola Blackman) has the magical powers to turn a useless bag of beans into a powerful force of nature. Jack knows in his heart that he loves Jill and vows to rescue her despite the danger. He is helped by his mother who floats over the garden wall whilst holding on to a large bunch of balloons. In a time when rebellion and chaos is just around the corner will Jack be the hero, climb the beanstalk, rescue his girlfriend and save the world from ecological disaster. Our online planet-saving pantomime is packed with original songs, laughter and great invention.
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Reviews: ‘A triumph for all concerned and a must see for all the family’ ★★★★★ Edinburgh Evening News ‘A sure-fire crowd pleaser… An absolute 5-star joy’ ★★★★★ GScene Magazine ‘If this does not put you in the festive spirit and sooth the soul after a harsh year, nothing will’ ★★★★★★Theatre Monkey ‘With tricks, songs, wince-inducing jokes, a lively cow, and big production numbers, this Jack ticks all the boxes’ ★★★★★★ Loure Views ‘Something rather special and it stands like a giant above most other online productions’ ★★★★★ The New European ‘It’s difficult not to fall in love with Peter Duncan’s self-penned pantomime’ ★★★★ The Stage ‘Destined to get big screams from the big screens (and the little ones) this festive season’ ★★★★ Theatre News "Can this production save Christmas? Oh yes it can!" ★★★★ North West End “A joy from start to finish. It raises the spirits of those watching, is immensely enjoyable and funny - perfect family entertainment" ★★★★ Love London Love Culture ‘Jack and the Beanstalk provides some welcome family festive fun during a difficult time.’ ★★★★ London Pub Theatre ‘Fun and frolic galore!’ ★★★★ Reviews Gate ‘A precious gift that will help you and your family put your worries… behind you!" ★★★★ Everything Theatre ‘ just what we needed to end the year with laughter and high spirits.. a perfect way to end a not so perfect year’ ★★★★ Blazing Minds ‘Panto Gold! It lifts the spirits sending a panto hug to you – go see!!’ Numb Bum Blog ‘Bringing plenty of magic into the home this Christmas’ British Theatre Guide ‘Silly, fun, and entertaining - Peter Duncan deserves our appreciation, applause, and thanks’ Pocket Sized Theatre "It's got all you'd expect from a family panto including terrible puns, boo-worthy baddies and a pantomime dame played by, yes, Peter Duncan!" The Film Review