Our Next Production
Based on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale, this delightful panto follows the misadventures of clothes-obsessed Emperor Fancypants, and his desire to own the world’s most wonderful suit.
He is conned into purchasing an invisible suit by Nip and Tuck, and nobody will tell him the truth for fear of being seen as idiots and losing their jobs. The Emperor’s over-spending means that the kingdom is facing bankruptcy, and in order to try and save it, the Chancellor decides that Prince Jack needs to marry one of the two rich heiresses, Valium Crock-Pot or Prozac Pampers, who have been invited to vie for his affection.
He is not interested in them, but in a poor orphan dressmaker called Taffeta instead. With the help of Fairy Fabric, Taffeta and Jack are eventually united, and the Heiresses also get what they most desire, the title of Princess.
The Emperor’s eyes are finally opened by an innocent child and Nip and Tuck are brought to boot as they attempt to flee with the Emperor’s gold.
Fairy Fabric – Jo Roome
Patch – Colin Raggett
Emperor Fancypants – Paul Foster
Chancellor – John Eade
Taffeta Chenille – Toni Ralph
Prince Jack – Nick Daborn
Valium Crock-Pot – Anita Weare
Prozac Pampers – Sue Baxter
Tuck – Jon Tebb
Nip – Tom Bevell
Witch Thimble & Dresser 2 – Natasha Ashdowne
Old Woman & Shopper 2 – Fiona Wassan
Court Jester – Dave Killick
Shopper 1 & Dresser 1 – Annabel Brash
Town Crier – Stephen Turner
Royal Page – Oliver Asprey
Mother – Zoe Davies
£10 per Adult
£8 per Concession (Under 16 or over 65).
Family Discount available for groups of 4 and 6
Thursday 24 January 7:00 pm
Friday 25 January 7:00 pm
Saturday 26 January 2:00 pm
Saturday 26 January 7:00 pm
The above times are the ‘Curtain Up’ times. Doors open half an hour before these times.
Facilities At The Mytchett Centre
Plenty of FREE PARKING
DISABLED SPACES near the entrance
LEVEL ACCESS – no steps
Wheelchair spaces can be arranged – please let the Box Office know your requirements
We are always looking for assistance off stage as well as on it. Below is a sample of the many roles that must be fulfilled in order to put on a production.
Please contact the chair if you would like to help. Thank you.
- Poster design.
- Front of House manager – responsible with the producers for organising front of house, raffle, distributing programmes, ushing, setting out chairs, etc.
- Front of house staff (selling raffle tickets, helping audience to seats, etc).
- Box office – taking calls, emails and supervising Ticket Source sales, assisting with Front of House.
- Stage crew – Assisting with placement of props, changing scenery, etc.
- Costume and make up. Sourcing and advising on appropriate costumes and make up.
- Publicity – volunteers for flyer drops, etc.