Goldilocks and the Three Bears Reviews
Dawn from Essex
Seen the last three pantos with Julian Clary & co and this was the best yet.
Cat from North Wales
JUST SO SIDE SPLITTINGLY FUNNY
For adults really................the cast are having sooooooo much fun and it's infectious. Loved it. Don't miss it!!
Liz from Southampton
FABULOUS! LOVED IT!
In these times of uncertainty, it was great to have a good laugh & enjoy some fun, for a few hours. We were a mixed group of adults & youngsters, we ALL thoroughly enjoyed, the beautiful colours, upbeat music, fantastic costumes, for all the cast. Everyone, was great, from the cast ,orchestra, costumes& lighting. We were in the royal circle & had great views, and interaction with the cast, adults & children. The innuendos went over the children’s head, and to be honest if you know Julian Clary ( if not do research) then be prepared for a laugh, if not don’t go- you have a choice !! We travelled from the South, but if lived in London we would ALL go again. Go see for yourself & have fun!
Gail from BRIGHTON England
BRILLIANT NAUGHTY BUT NICE PANTOMINE
Went last night and loved it. Superb talented variety and stunt acts and Paul O'Grady at his treacherous very best. Great escapism and loads of laugh out loud moments. Gorgeous costumes and great musical production. Not so smutty as last year. So glad I had already booked to see it again in the New Year.
Jane Davies from London, England
STYLE & £££ OVER SUBSTANCE
Looks and sounds beautiful, but material and concept very weak. More Barnum than a Goldilocks. More Britain’s Got Talent than Panto. Completely ignores the children and families and more of a gay pub’s late fringe show. Disappointing
Norman from London, England
CHEAP, VULGAR & CRUDE
Disappointingly crude and lacking any new ideas. Same old vulgar references - not even subtle innuendo - this was full on references to anal and oral sex. Julian Cleary should be ashamed. NOT a family show and we felt sorry for those who had innocently brought their children to this shamtomime. Walked out at the interval.
Jennifer Cody from London, England
NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN
If you think you are going to see a pantomime you will be sorely disappointed! This is a variety show with about ten minutes about the story of Goldilocks and the three bears. It is set in a circus with Julian Clary as the ringmaster. It relies on the big names to draw in the audience: Julian Clary is smutty with references to anal and oral sex which thankfully children would probably not understand! I would have been very angry if I had taken children to see it with the expectation of seeing a Panto: no audience participation. I’ve given it one star because the acts were ok especially the four motorcyclists.
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