Events In Kent – Pantos


With their roots dating back to the Victorian era, these theatrical extravaganzas have evolved into a delightful mix of fairy tales, slapstick comedy, and audience participation. Each production is a celebration of the timeless themes of love, friendship, and the triumph of good over evil, all wrapped up in a vibrant display of costumes, sets, and toe-tapping tunes.


By Julia Roy


A goose flying above the name of the show with two gold eggs as the 'o's in Goose. For Panto in Medway Mother Goose at Oasthouse Theatre in Rainham in KentMOTHER GOOSE
Until 3rd February 2024
Fairy Starlight is just out of fairy college and wants to reward goodness. Mother Goose is a prime candidate, so she sends her a goose that lays golden eggs. But the Demon King thinks that nobody can be that good and bets that everyone has their price and sets out, along with nasty Squire Squint, to obtain the goose. Read More

A pink sparking egg for Pantos in Kent in Whitstable and Mother Goose at Playhouse Theatre WhitstableMOTHER GOOSE
Until 4th February 2024
Price: £12-£14
The Lindley Players take audiences on a journey to the land of the snow geese – complete with trolls, snowmen, woolly jumpers and even the occasional moose. Mother Goose, her daughter Freya and their family pet, Heidi the Gooset must work hard to outwit the scheming Baron Von Rumpensmakka. But things go badly wrong! Read More


Picture Credit: Mother Goose at Playhouse Theatre Whitstable.


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