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For the first time in our 69 year history, The London Pantomimers will perform the very special tale of Beauty and The Beast.
The classic story of a prince cursed by an evil spell and forced to live life as a grotesque beast until he manages to make somebody love him. Could beautiful Belle be the one?
Our fuson of classical and modern pantomime story-telling will have you laughing, singing and shouting 'he's behind you!'
Have you ever wanted a way to perform, make new friends and help a worthwile cause? The London Pantomimers is a fantastic opportunity to do all three at the same time!
Because this is a fundraising pantomime, all roles are voluntary however the comradery, fun and reward of giving something back is more than worth it.
If performing isn't your thing, we also welcome people who would like to help out backstage on the technical side too!
The Scout Association is the World Organization of the Scout Movement's recognised member for the United Kingdom. Following the origin of Scouting in 1907, The Scout Association was formed in 1912 by a royal charter under its previous name of The Boy Scouts Association.
Today, the mission statement of The Scout Association is "To actively engage and support young people in their personal development, empowering them to make a positive contribution to society"
With over 400,000 members and massive waiting lists, it welcomes boys, girls, men and women of all backgrounds and faiths, it is a truly accommodating organisation focussed primarily on delivering a programme of activity to young people aged 6-25 and The London Pantomimers are proud to be delivering a part of this programme by actively involving and engaging young people involved in Scouting across North London.
There's never a dull rehersal with The London Pantomimers. In October or performers were busy perfecting their slap-stick when none other than X Factor star Chico appeared. If we were performing Aladdin, we may have thought that someone has been mis-using that magic lamp again...