Each year Bigfoot’s team of professional performers bring wonderful tales of comedy, tragedy, romance, and adventure to life for primary schools throughout London and the Home Counties and North East England to enjoy…and this year’s pantomime is no exception!
LONDON AND NORTH EAST PANTOMIME 2018
Bigfoot Arts Education proudly presents its 16th annual pantomime, Pinocchio! Let our team of professional performers take your students on an enchanting journey filled with fantastic puppetry. As always, our talented team take the best parts of a traditional Panto and mix it all together with 2017’s most popular chart music – singing along is always encouraged!
London: Monday 10th December – Friday 21st December (not including weekends)
North East: Wednesday 5th December- Friday 21st December (not including weekends)
Show Length: One Hour
We had such lovely feedback from our EYFS show last year that we are proud to bring The Clumisest Christmas Elf to London and the North East in December 2018
Effie Brightbuttons isn’t like the other elves. They are small, quick and wonderful at making toys. She is tall and clumsy. If only she wasn’t so big then maybe she wouldn’t make such a mess of things. Maybe you can help her realise that being different isn’t so bad after all.
Join us in Santa’s workshop for this heart-warming tale! You’ll hear stories and sing songs as the magic of Christmas is brought to life through physical theatre and interactive drama.
Each session is 45 minutes in length, designed for a maximum of 120 children. A hall or similar space is required.
10% DISCOUNT IF BOOKED IN ADDITION TO A BIGFOOT PANTOMIME
North East: Monday 26 November – Friday 21 December
Show Length: 45 mins
Feedback from Panto 2017
Take a look at our Hansel and Gretel 2017 Pantomime roundup to give you an idea for what’s in store this year!
We were overwhelmed with the positive feedback for our North East pantomime A Christmas Carolling Catastrophe. We particularly love this comment from Shotton Primary School in County Durham ‘The children really enjoyed the performance and the actors really put on a show for the children to remember. They captured the magic of a traditional panto but used contemporary music to help engage the children. We would thoroughly recommend them’
The littlest Christmas elf, Pip, brought her magical Christmas spirit to over 35 schools and nurseries in the North East throughout December and a great time was had by all!