Camelot the Panto 2020
Updated: Feb 4
Firstly, a massive thank you to all of our amazing audiences who have supported us once again this year. We hope your visit to Camelot was as enjoyable as ours was and we look forward to welcoming you all back in 2021! Don’t forget if you enjoyed the show please leave us a review on our Facebook page as the cast and crew worked tirelessly to put on such a fantastic show. No-one in the group is paid for what we do so it makes all the effort worthwhile to read all your lovely feedback.
We're incredibly proud of the show we created this year but instead of us telling you what we think, here are a couple of reviews we've received via Facebook from people who had not seen any of our past pantomimes:
" I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed Friday's performance of Camelot the Panto! As a former dame myself (when I was living in Spain) I thought the whole show was hilarious and jolly good value for money. You are so lucky to have such a dedicated group of young people who can dance and sing - and act as well. Young blood is so important to the theatre and I congratulate the group for making it all so inclusive.
Your dame was magnificent and, as required of a dame, held the show together nicely. The camaraderie in the cast was very evident and all of the younger members seemed to be very relaxed and comfortable in their roles. In particular Laughalot was brilliant! He/she showed oodles of confidence for someone of evidently tender years, undoubtedly a talent to be nurtured. Arthur did a splendid job taking on a major role and carrying it all off with aplomb (that's success not a fruit you eat!). Josh was, well, quite frightening in the nicest possible way as was his partner in crime Morgan who commanded each entrance well. There were loads of others I could mention, Merlin whose part got smaller and smaller as the show went on, the drippy bishop tripping across the stage has us in fits, and all of the ladies and supporting roles worked well together. I was particularly impressed by the invisible giant who had such presence on the stage ably assisted by his (apparently French?) brother. If I have forgotten anyone (I probably have) please excuse. It was all wonderful, including the prompts. Well done everyone. See you again next year!"
" Just come back from watching the "Watton Pantomime Group" doing "Camelot the Panto" Please go and see it if you can. One of the most entertaining things We have seen. Laughed all the way through. Great acting, and extremely good back drops. All the cast were extremely good, however for me Steve Eales who played " Connie Clatterbottom" he reminded me of Alistair Simms, and Monty Python crew at times. Also Amie Mason, who played "Laughalot" were the stars of the show getting the public to laugh and join in. Well done all of you, we will certainly be looking forward to your next production."
Thank you once again <3