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The show was absolutely incredible. Alan P Frayn was once again on the top of his game with a great script. You need a good script. There were gags-a-plenty, which kept the audience giggling and tee-heeing throughout, with regular guffaws thrown in for good measure!
All the ingredients of a good panto were there. Jack and the Beanstalk has been fantastic! The script is really funny with laugh after laugh all performance long. You really know your stuff when it comes to writing panto! It really is very traditional but also up to date. The UV scene is spectacular — thanks for all your help and advice. Our reputation has been really enhanced by doing your version. A particular one-liner will stay with me for a lifetime!
Many of the jokes are fresh and importantly, it really is all good, clean fun. As a traditional family pantomime it provides great value for money, is exuberant and infectious and is just what is needed to get the festive season off to a rollicking start! All the key elements that bring a pantomime to life were there with a good mix of songs.
I have to say that the Baking scene, with the Dame, the King and Simon, was one of the best I have ever seen — it had me crying with laughter! His scripts are updated every year to ensure that the jokes are fresh and relevant and this is a big bonus. Funny, original, award-winning pantomime scripts. Jack and the Beanstalk. With an action-packed storyline, this very original, funny script makes for panto at its best!
Including heaps of side-splitting humour, solid character parts and keeping the Chorus involved throughout, this sparkling new version is guaranteed to banish boredom … in your audience and cast alike! This fun-filled script is packed with novel ideas and comedy business, whilst remaining faithful to the well-known story.
There is also a good opportunity for an unusual, show-stopping ultra-violet scene optional as the magic begins to work in the garden. Audience participation is prominent throughout, the jokes come thick and fast and the plot moves at a cracking pace.
Forget the rest — this is simply the best! Calling him: Rancid! Looking into the audience Well, I just happen to know where I can find plenty of those! Oh, I see what you mean! JACK: Bright, plucky young man. Can be depicted using a costume or large prop, with booming voice. Also perform the optional ultra-violet scene. The Huddersfield Daily Examiner.
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Pantomime Scripts: Jack and The Beanstalk
The villagers are so afraid of Giant Blunderbore and his servant Fleshcreep, that the King is forced to issue a decree that whosoever manages to kill the giant will win the Princess's hand in marriage. Jack, the 'clever' son of Dame Trott, decides to fight, and builds a catapult. Fleshcreep hears about this and scuppers his plans as well as demanding more rent from Dame Trott, who is unable to pay. The Trott's are forced to sell off their only cow, Daisy, but they are tricked at the market and Jack returns home with a bag of beans instead of the gold he had expected. The Dame throws the beans out of the window with the usual result, and whilst Jack is climbing the beanstalk to have a nother go at the giant, Fleshcreep is busy about town capturing the Princess and taking her up to the Giant's Castle. Under the protection of the Fairy, Jack is instructed to visit the Giant's kitchen and get the golden eggs without waking the crying harp.
Jack and the Beanstalk
The show was absolutely incredible. Alan P Frayn was once again on the top of his game with a great script. You need a good script. There were gags-a-plenty, which kept the audience giggling and tee-heeing throughout, with regular guffaws thrown in for good measure! All the ingredients of a good panto were there.
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