Written on: 03/11/2009
I attended the pantomime on my own, and because of this the actors kept giving me weird looks.
However, when I wasn't being stared at, the pantomime was sublime.
Free shoes was a lovely touch, however the man next to me received three pairs of free shoes. Perhaps the free shoes should be more regulated.
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Written on: 12/04/2008
I completely disagree with the other reviews abou Peter Pan at The Royal Centre Nottingham. I thought it was all excellent. It was fun, singing great and Acroloons fantastic. I'm glad there wasn't a cheesey dame. It made pantomime more modern for mixing the best bits of pantomime with a family friendly musical. Very classy!… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/01/2008
My 2 kids wanted to go at the interval (they are 7 and 9) I had to bribe them to stay. Come on Theatre Royal you can do better than this, last years Panto was way better what happened this year????
On a plus the Theatre as always is beautiful and so nice to see it so clean (even after countless kids have been through it).
Lets do better next year!… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/12/2007
Went to see Peter Pan at the Royal Centre in Nottingham. Bring back Biggins! The few jokes were awful. Debra Stevenson not really a good Peter Pan - not "boyish" at all. No slapstick comedy and hardly any audience participation… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/12/2007
This was a very disappointing production. There was no audience interaction, and very little humour… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/12/2007
First half a bit boring, warmed up in the second half. Its our 3rd visit in consecutive years and unfortunately its the worst. It seemed to lack adult humour and a dame… Read Full Review
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