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Titles available: Peter Pan, Aladdin, Sleeping Beauty, Dick Whittington and Cinderella

So what is a Pantomime and why is it a perfect fit for onboard entertainment?

In the UK each year almost every local theater plays host to the annual Pantomime, and in almost all of these theaters it delivers their largest audience by far, more than any of their numerous yearly productions…including the touring big name West End and Broadway hits.

Why? The answer is simple. It’s family entertainment that means exactly that…entertainment for the WHOLE family. A pantomime can be enjoyed by the youngest child to the eldest grandparent, or even great-grandparent!

SilverBlue Entertainment have created a series of 55 minute pantomime productions that contain all the well known and loved elements of the traditional British pantomime: Music, Comedy, Dance and Song.  All based on renowned folk and fairy tales famous the world over: Snow White, Cinderella and her evil stepsisters, Sleeping Beauty and her Prince Valiant, The Wicked Stepmother, Aladdin and his Princess Jasmine, the list of recognisable characters is endless.

The two main characters* of every production would be the Dame and the lead Comic with minor character support coming from the onboard entertainers. These two main characters would be highly respected performers, known specifically for their master in the art of Pantomime.  Due to the large amount of audience participation in the show the guests themselves become part of the show ensuring everybody leaves with a smile on their face.

*(only one talent stateroom required)

“I doubt you will see a better show this year”

The Stage Newspaper on Brad Fitt’s production of Dick Whittington

reviews

Marking his tenth year of involvement with the Cambridge pantomime, Brad Fitt and his team have come up with yet another stunning festive treat, which rightly deserves its accolade as one of the best in the country.

The audience roared its head off. They loved this show from start to finish.

What makes the production work most of all is the content of the show has two levels, one for children and one for adults meaning there’s no time for anyone to get bored.

Brad Fitt’s pantomime is family oriented; nothing is too scary, too rude, too loud or too outlandish. Bright and cheerful costumes compliment a storybook set and add the final touches to this extremely polished panto.

Brad Fitt’s pantomime is family oriented; nothing is too scary, too rude, too loud or too outlandish. Bright and cheerful costumes compliment a storybook set and add the final touches to this extremely polished panto.

Take a trad panto format, a dynamic creative team, seasoned performers, zippy musical numbers, glamorous costumes and sets, ancient puns (new to the youngsters, of course), some new variations on well-tried routines and you have this gorgeous show, full of delights including a practical magic carpet. Pantoland flourishes in a show ideal for kids, mums and dads, and grannies, who will enjoy the double entendres

a terrific, jazzy, snappy score to accompany Brad Fitt’s witty and enjoyable romp.

To watch Brad Fitt doing what he does so well is a master-class in pantomimic brilliance. He deserves a medal. To watch his timing, his handling of situations, his characterisation and to witness his pure talent is a treat that, for the next six weeks will be there every night putting the icing on what is already a beautifully baked cake.


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