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Aladdin

by Richard Coleman

It is some time long ago in Old Peking. Aladdin the son of Widow Twankey who owns the Peking laundry, falls in love with Princess Wong, daughter to the Emperor. The Emperor insists he is not worthy enough even to speak to his daughter unless he is rich. Ethelazar, Aladdin's cousin offers him riches if he helps her. Aladdin agrees but is tricked into finding a magic lamp for Ethelazar. However, Ethelazar cannot have the lamp immediately and the Slave of the Ring with the Genie's help allow Aladdin to escape from Ethelazar's clutches and return to Old Peking where he marries the Princess. Wishee Washee Aladdin's brother is tricked into helping Ethelazar as she seeks revenge, and even Aladdin'two aunts Widows Twinkey and Twonkey are unable to stop the Princess being kidnapped. Finally Aladdin and his family track down Ethelazar and the Princess is saved. They return to Old Peking where Aladdin is voted into Parliament and everybody is happy.


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Aladdin

by Dave Buchanan

Aladdin is tricked by wheeler-dealer/magician Abanazar into retrieving the magic lamp from a cave in the hills. The lamp enables him to pay court to Princess Ting-Ling, but Abanazar gets it back and usurps the throne of China. However a combination of luck and youthful ingenuity restores the status quo and all ends happily. The plot fairly cracks along with a mixture of comic set pieces and spectacular FX.


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Aladdin

by Gill Morrell

Widow Twankey runs a laundry in Peking, China. Her son, Aladdin, falls in love with the Princess, but lacking funds, is frustrated. Enter villain Abanazar, who offers Aladdin the chance to retrieve a fabulous magic lamp from a cave. Aladdin gets the lamp, rubs it, and thanks to the Genie, becomes very wealthy and marries the Princess. Evil Abanazar steals the lamp, kidnaps the Princess and decamps to the Great Pyramid in Egypt. However in true panto tradition, Abanazar gets his deserts, and Aladdin wins the day and the Princess.


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Aladdin

by Ron Nicol

Aladdin dreams of marrying Princess Badroulboudour. He obtains a magic lamp through the services of evil magician Abanazer, becomes very rich and marries the Princess. Then he loses the lamp, but after various adventures all ends happily.


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Aladdin

by Craig Hewlett

Aladdin recovers the lamp and becomes rich beyond his wildest dreams, marrying Princess Yam Yam the daughter of the Emperor of Peking. All is well until Abanazar tricks Yam Yam into handing the lamp over and kidnaps her into the bargain. Twan Kee kidnaps Ho Kee and Co Kee and the villains flee taking all with them using the Washing Machine in Twan Kee's laundry that has been turned into a Time machine by Catnip the Genie. They travel to the 1960s where Abanazar becomes his alter-ego the villainous Dr Weasel. Aladdin comes to the rescue and they all live happily ever after. This pantomime was nominated for the South West Rosebowl Best Pantomime Award for its original and innovative content and storyline.


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Aladdin & The Pirates

by Brian Luff

Set in Old Peking, the story centres around Widow Twankey and her son Aladdin who is in love with the Emperor's daughter Princess Eugenie. Meanwhile, evil pirate Captain Abanazer and his wicked crew trick Aladdin into helping them locate a magical lamp on Pirate Island. The Gene Genie who appears from the lamp sets out to help Captain Abanazer become the richest and most powerful man in the kingdom, kidnap the Princess and turn Aladdin's dreams to dust. Assisted by his friend Wishee Washee and their pet penguin Monty, Aladdin stumbles upon a powerful (if a little awkward) genie of his own who helps him stand up to his wicked uncle. But can Aladdin defeat the pirates, win fame and fortune, marry the princess and live happily ever after?


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