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Who likes Panto?

Discussion in 'Personal' started by anon3279, Dec 28, 2010.

  1. I like a GOOD panto but not these uber slick modern productions. AmDram productions are much more fun IMO.
    Hey, good luck with the baby and the panto today. Perhaps you can get her one of those over-priced spinning light things to amuse her through it...
     
  2. I remember those from last time. I'll take a couple of snacks and a toy and hope the monster doesn't freak her out too much...
     
  3. I ended up shelling out £6.99 each for the spinny-light things recently, had to have two so it wasn't cheap. One of them stopped spinning and flashing before the interval. Such a rip off :-(
    Good thing about Panto is that it's family friendly so no-one will mind too much if your baby squeaks a bit :)
     
  4. tafkam

    tafkam Occasional commenter

    The very thought of having to attend would bring me out in a cold sweat!
     
  5. I love panto, am dram, big proffesional productions, school panto's are fab.
    Still a kid at heart.
     
  6. I just about held it together.... :)
     

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