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Following a smash-hit run of the Snow White panto last year, the London Palladium Christmas pantomime continues for a fourth consecutive year, this time with a panto adaptation of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. The new pantomime of the classic, 19th-century British fairy tale by Robert Southey is set to star Matt Baker, Paul O'Grady, and Julian Clary.
This Christmas, tickets for Goldilocks and the Three Bears at the West End's London Palladium are just right! Be among the first to book your tickets for this highly-anticipated new Palladium panto show to secure the best seats while stocks last.
What is the Goldilocks and the Three Bears pantomime about?
The Goldilocks and the Three Bears pantomime takes some creative liberties with the story now set in the circus instead of in the woods as Goldilocks and her mother fight the Evil Ringmaster and his enemy band of circus acts. Can Goldilocks and her mum defeat their arch-nemesis or will their circus show take its final bow?
Who is starring in the Goldilocks and the Three Bears pantomime at the London Palladium?
The Christmas Palladium pantomime, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, features an all-star cast. Starring in the titular role as the one and only Goldilocks is Sophie Isaacs, who is perhaps best known for starring as Annette Hargrove in Cruel Intentions: The 90s Musical at the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Isaacs is joined by the Julian Clary and Paul O'Grady, who are set to portray the Good and Bad Ringmasters respectively. Also starring in the cast are Gary Wilmot as Dame Betty, Matt Baker as Joey the Clown, Nigel Havers as Daddy Bear, and Paul Zerdin as Silly Billy.
Pantomimes are a classic British Christmas activity that is fun for the whole family, and with this year's panto featuring a new take on the British Goldilocks classic and featuring the typical techniques that make the art of panto so entertaining, this is certainly one pantomime you won't want to miss on your list!
West End tickets for London Palladium Goldilocks and the Three Bears pantomime available now!
Age restrictionRecommended age 5+ (No babes in arms)
Running time2hr 40min (inc. interval)
Performance dates7 December 2019 - 12 January 2020.
ContentChildren under the age 3 will not be admitted. Usual loud Panto SFX will be present - smoke, bangs, pyrotechnics and strobe lighting possible.
Children attending must be able to sit unaided, in their own seat and be attentive to the performance to prevent the distraction of other audience members. Admittance to the theatre is at the discretion of the theatre management.
AccessThursday 2nd January 7.30pm – Signed, Interpreted Performance. Friday 3rd January 7.30pm – Audio Described Performance
Daniel Neiden18th January
Stunning and sweet! I laughed myself silly. More please!
The story itself was incredibly week, but the cast and the dialogue were incredible. Julian Clary absolutely comes into his own in panto. His performance stood out amongst a cast who all gave excellent performances in their own right. Very well written, very funny - no tangible story line or plot to speak of but the cast performances shone. Had a fantastic time and would not hesitate to recommend to others.
Good fun. Great cast.
Tony Johnstone10th January
A really fantastic show, all the stars and supporting acts excellent. The routine at the end was one of the fummiest performances I have seen in years. Truly excellent!
Susan Flemons10th January
Outstanding, just blown away by this show, the costumes the stage set, light effects. But Julian Clary & Paul O’Grady the banter was excellent and so funny. Everyone was so talented Paul Zerdin so funny, Matt Baker unbelievably amazing with the stunt’s. Gary Willmott’s voice was exceptional. The Globe of Speed I think I stopped breathing very time another bike went in it was amazing. The Skating Medini fabulous. The final act with Julian, Matt, Nigel, Gary, Paul and Paul O’Grady my daughter and me couldn’t stop laughing our side hurt. We can not wait for the next pantomime especially with Julian Clary, Paul O’Grady and some of the other’s in the pantomime would be absolutely excellently amazing. This was really **********
Good 'old fashion
Alan Martin10th January
Janet Strange10th January
More of a show than a pantomime, loved the cast but generally disappointing
sue pickering10th January
Excellent excellent excellent,don't really need to say anymore,start to finish none stop laughing, even from ticket collection to leaving the theatre, marvelous,well done to all the cast,love Grady, Havers and Clary what a great team .
This Panto keeps you laughing from start to finish. Slapstick humor throughout for big kids ?? . Magic, puppeteer, motorcylicts, skaters, truly amazing vaudeville experience. Great costumes, dancing and singing. Matt Baker wonderful as where all the cast. 5 * entertainment. Special birthday treat for hubby who loved his London palladium treat.
Jacqueline Morbey10th January
The costumes and performers were outstanding. Very much enjoyed our night.
Excellent cast. Very funny and great performances, Gary Wilmot was amazing as was Matt Baker. Julian Clary and Paul O'grady very hilarious and outragous. Paul Zerdin and Charlie were very funny and the whole cast were brilliant. Amazing singing and dance numbers too. A very lavish and quality production.