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Theatre

Deserves to be a permanent winter fixture: Potted Panto at the Garrick reviewed

19 December 2020

9:00 AM

19 December 2020

9:00 AM

Potted Panto

Garrick Theatre, until 10 January 2021

Christmas is Ruined!

The Cockpit, until 26 December

Potted Panto is a 70-minute parody presented by two burlesque comedians. Jeff is a tall, playful bungler and his colleague, Dan, is a squat, dour authoritarian who likes to see everything done efficiently. They leap on stage and declare their plan to present a compendium of the best-known Christmas shows.

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