Mother McGoose
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Performances

Mother McGoose

Upcoming Tour

‘Mother McGoose’ will be touring Scottish schools this Winter, 6th November to January 2020

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Our annual pantomime is an absolute treat for all ages and the perfect way to kick start the festive season. We bring a Scottish twist to classic festive tales and for the past thirty years our productions have toured to thousands of schools and venues across Scotland. Our casts are experts in slapstick falls, cheeky one liners and never know who’s behind them. Our skilled team of writers and designer know everything there is to know about fairy godmother’s, magical cows and panto dames. 

                                              

Suitable for all ages

Show length 50 minutes.

3 x 8 m playing space

Storyline

‘Beauty? Riches? It’s not all it’s cracked up to be.

 

Mother McGoose dreams of regaining her former beauty and when her pet goose, Lucy, suddenly starts laying golden eggs, she hatches a plan to achieve her dreams. Will things go egg-sactly to plan, or will Mother McGoose end up with egg on her face? A classic panto tale given a fun Scottish twist that will delight audiences young and old this winter.

Creative Team

Written & Directed by Ross Stenhouse

Cast: To Be Announced

Songs and Lyrics: To Be Announced

Design by Jenny Booth & Niall Scott-Martin

Producers: Stephanie Black-Daniels & Thomas McCulloch