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Potted Panto returns to the West End

First Published 16 September 2016, Last Updated 16 September 2016

The ridiculously funny, Olivier-nominated Potted Panto will return to the West End on 10 December, for a run at the Garrick Theatre until Sunday 8 January.

Starring former CBBC presenters Dan and Jeff, Potted Panto takes a whirlwind tour through seven pantomimes in just 80 minutes. Take in a 3D Cinderella, complete with a cameo from the world’s first Fairy Godchicken. Experience a dazzling performance of Dick Whittington, featuring  Jeff as the Mayor of London: blond, posh and receiving the custard pie treatment he deserves. Highlights also include Dan and Jeff trying to work out how two people can play seven dwarves and which one of them will make the prettiest princess.

This silly, spectacular and splendid show is the perfect way to get in the festive spirit.

About Daniel Clarkson and Jefferson Turner

Best-known as Dan and Jeff, double-act creators of Potted Pirates, Olivier-nominated Potted Panto and Olivier-nominated Potted Potter, both Daniel and Jefferson have appeared in numerous shows and TV programmes.

Daniel’s TV credits include Where The Heart Is, Coronation Street, Emmerdale and Big Brother’s Little Brother. His stage appearances include Accidental Death Of An Anarchist, Little Shop Of Horrors and Art.

Jefferson’s TV credits include Blue Peter, Richard & Judy, The Slammer and residing in the CBBC Office for all of 2009 and a little of 2010.

Jeff thinks he did other work before he met Dan, but Dan says anything Jeff did without him doesn’t matter any more. 


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