Pantos On View At The BFI
The British Film Institute Southbank, London celebrates the panto season with screenings of some panto productions from the TV archives this December.
Aladdin And His Wonderful Lamp, first shown on the BBC in 1966 with Arthur Askey, Roy Castle, Charlie Cairoli, Alan Curtis and Mary Millar heading the cast will be screened on Sunday 1st Dec at 2.50pm in NFT3
Cinderella: The Shoe Must Go On, first shown on ITV in 1986 with Danny La Rue, Roy Kinnear, Brian Conley and our own Roy Hudd will be screened on Friday 20th December at 6.20pm in NFT3 This will be joined by Spitting Image: The Panto, from 1993.
Jack And The Beanstalk, first shown on ITV in 1998 with Paul Merton, Julian Clary, Julie Walters and Neil Morrisey, plus The Panto Set – a documentary from 2003 – will be screened on Sunday 22nd December at 3.20pm.
The Crackerjack Pantomime: Robinson Crusoe, first shown on BBC in 1975 with Don Maclean, Peter Glaze, Ed Stewart and Jan Hunt, plus The Goodies: Snow White 2, from 1981, will be screened on Saturday 28th December at 3.30pm.
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