Hi, Thanks for dropping in to this website. I'm Iain Campbell, the Creator of Mini Pantos. It's a Concept that enables YOU to perform a very short version of some well known Pantos with none of the work of putting on a full production.
You can choose a Mini Panto that you simply copy for your 5/7 participants. You all face your audience and read from Cue Cards ....THAT’S IT!!! It's EASY to follow and HUGE FUN!!!
Who can use these?
All the Mini Pantos follow the basic stories of the well known Pantomimes that are performed all over the United Kingdom. BUT ....... they are MUCH, MUCH shorter and add extra bits of FUN! Most are 15-20 minutes long.
They are designed to be performed by 5-7 individuals who sit on chairs facing their audience. The participants read out their parts, --- often just a quick few words, so no line learning or rehearsals are necessary. It results in a hilarious version of the traditional Panto stories. These Panto Stories are FANTASTIC for any Group that want to bring a bit of quick Panto FUN to a Party or Get-Together. Including Women's Institutes, Towns Women's Guilds, Lions Clubs and Rotary Groups - and ANY Groups or Clubs. They can be used all year round!
Members of the Audience of a Christmas Show perform The Story of Peter Pan from their Cue Cards with No Rehearsal
Comment from Panto Story Participant Fiona Higgins
"The Panto Sketches are Really FUN!! Quick and Quirky and Easy to do. I've taken part and also watched them and both are equally entertaining.
They go down so well ..... I'd recommend them to all Age groups and am really looking forward to doing another one!.......Oh yes I am!"
A Comment from Karen Moger, Activities Manager at The Primrose Lodge Care Home, Weymouth who has booked a different Panto every year for the last SIX YEARS!
"Taking Part in one of the Pantos is great fun, witty, funny and brings fun to an audience. A great asset to any Christmas lunch party.
Thank You for bringing such joy to our Christmas lunch...with a different panto every year...you really can not go wrong!"