Mother Goose

Mother Goose, The Wilton's Music Hall

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and where better to get into the festive spirit than at Wilton’s Music Hall, where panto is back with a bang this year as Roy Hudd presents the mother of all pantos Mother Goose.

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First created in 1902 for music hall legend Dan Leno, modern day Master of the music hall Roy Hudd has taken the classic tale of Mother Goose and specially adapted it for this unique venue, telling the story of a poor, ugly Dame who befriends a magical goose hoping its ability to lay golden eggs will make her rich and happy. Of course, nothing is ever simple, and chaos ensues as Mother Goose rises from rags to riches and right back again as good battles evil, with Virtue versus Vanity in an enchanting tale with a strong moral core - beauty and wealth cannot bring you happiness.

By:
a pantomime by Roy Hudd
Producer:
Wilton's Music Hall
Director:
Debbie Flitcroft
Lighting:
Barry Abbotts
Design:
Mark Hinton
Choreography:
Steven Hardcastle
Costume:
Tony Priestley, Paula Patterson
Cast list:
Dame: Roy Hudd, Statesman: Ian Parkin, Vanity: Gareth Davies, Virtue: Julia Sutton, Billy: Ian Jones, Jill: Amelia Rose Morgan, Goose/Priscilla: Maria Askew, Laura Teahan, Helen Gulston, Steven Hardcastle, Delycia Belgrave, Terique Jarrett

Wilton's Music Hall

Address:
1 Graces Alley, London, E1 8JB
Venue Box Office:
020 7702 2789
Nearest tube:
Tower Hill or Shadwell

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