09 October 2020 08:35
Showman Michael Harrison told me exclusively because we all 'need a laugh at the end of the year' that he signed on to one of the stars' cavalry led by Julian Clary (pictured above in The Man in the Mirror in Snow White London Palladium) Showman Michael Harrison told me exclusively because we all 'need a laugh at the end of the year' that he signed into the Stars cavalry led by Julian Clary; Special guest include Beverly Knight, Ashley Banjo and Diversity, including Paul Gertin, Nigel Havers and Gary Wilmot. The young stars will be Charlie Stump and Jack Someone; Mainly to act Claire's rudeness. Called Pondoland, the show will be a spectacular celebration of the art of pantomime, with performances at the Palladium from December 12 to January 3, beginning with a strictly limited, three-and-a-half week run. Harrison said it was impossible to present a traditional fairytale extravaganza famous for its location in central London, because numbers are limited, on stage and outside, thanks to the rules for self-distance. Palladium owner Andrew Lloyd Weber has arranged to rearrange the seats in the stalls and circle, reducing the capacity from 2,200 to 1,200.
Producer Harrison noted that LW Theaters has 'kept the palladium safe in front of the house and behind the stage' and that the cast and crew will be tested and act as a bubble, a process of diversity. Ponto will return to the London Palladium at Christmas. Oh yes it happens! Claire starred in four palladium laugh-one-tones READ Why Gamers Represent A High-Ranking Influential Audience 'I would have performed in a room above a pub because it excites everyone, it excites us,' he said of himself and of the palladium regulators. He has starred in 20 Pantomimes since his debut as Euletite at Cinderella in Brighton, and he would have felt 'a little lost' if he had come for the Christmas holidays.
Claire, who starred in Four Palladium Laughter-One-Tones, told me she 'didn't need any compulsion' to participate. 'Pando is so much fun – but so liberating, because anything can happen.' Including 'including me, wearing ridiculous clothes, behaving rudely to Nigel Havers'. As we sat in Harrison's cowardly-safe office suite from True Lane (physically, of course), the couple spent the day developing and inspiring jokes for Pontoland. Although apparently still a work in progress, I wondered if there was anything glossy (and clean) enough to mention in this area. 'So far this is a gift,' Claire said of their efforts: 'There are jokes from 1,200 people wearing masks.' Harrison admitted that the virus would definitely be on the agenda 'because we are always superficial'; They will not be joking about death. So, give us some, I said. 'Matt Hancock?' Claire delivered as she looked up from her script. 'Save it,' Harrison fired from behind. 'What about Govt Monitor?' Claire asked. 'I Company Cover Monitor. Everyone should report to me for testing. Do you want one … 'Also, I'm afraid we should stop there. Seriously changing, Harrison warned: 'This is not a fix. We can't have government thinking: 'Oh, they're all right. The National Theater puts on something; Such as The Bridge and Open Air. 'I hope the audience will like what we are planning for Pondoland, but that is only for a year. As far as we know we want to return next year with a fairytale pando. Showman Michael Harrison told me specifically, 'We all need a laugh at the end of the year', and he signed up to a cavalry of stars led by Julian Clary (pictured above at The Man in the Mirror London Palladium). Showman Michael Harrison told me specifically, 'We all need a laugh at the end of the year', he signed up to a cavalry of stars led by Julian Clary; Special guests include Beverly Knight, as well as Ashley Banjo and variety, Paul Serdin, Nigel Havers, and Gary Wilmot. Young stars Charlie Stump and Jack Yaro will be there; Mainly acts as the butt of Clary's stiffness. The show, called Pantoland, will be a variety that celebrates the art of pantomime, with performances starting at the Palladium from December 12 to strictly limited to January 3, for a three-and-a-half week run. It would have been impossible to present a traditional fairy-tale extravaganza famous in the central London arena, because the numbers are limited, on and off the stage, thanks to the rules of self-distance keeping. Palladium owner Andrew Lloyd Weber arranged to rearrange the seats in the stalls and circle, increasing the capacity from 2,200 to 1,200. Producer Harrison also commented that LW Theaters has 'secured the palladium at the front and back of the house' and that the cast and company will be tested, one of a variety of activities, acting as a bubble. Panto will return to the London Palladium at Christmas. Oh yeah! Julian Clary is pictured on stage with Nigel Havers. Clary has starred in four palladium laughter-a-tones READ Glow was canceled on Netflix despite an earlier Season 4 update "I would do a show in a room above a pub, because it makes everyone happy, just as it makes us happy," he said of himself and the palladium regulars. He added that he would have 'lost a little' if he had had the Christmas break, having performed in 20 pantomimes since his Uletide debut in Cinderella, Brighton. Clary, who starred in four Palladium laughter-a-tones, told me, 'Don't be persuaded' to attend. 'It meets a need in me,' he said. 'Panto is very trivial – but liberated, because anything can happen.' 'Including me, wearing ridiculous clothes, treats Nigel Havers badly.' We sat in Harrison's Covid-secured office suite near Drury Lane (physically far away, of course), and the couple spent the day developing and refreshing jokes for Pantoland. Apparently a work is still in progress, but I wondered if there was something polite (clean) to mention in this section. 'So far this is a gift,' Clary said of their efforts: 'There are jokes out of 1,200 people wearing masks.' Harrison admitted that the virus would definitely be on the agenda, because 'we are always the subject'; They do not joke about death. So, give the larva something, I said. 'Matt Hancock?' Looking at it from his script, Clary offered. 'Save it,' Harrison retorted. 'No! The black hole is not one. 'What about the company Covid monitor?' Clary asked. 'I am a company covid monitor. Everyone should report to me for inspection. Do you have a need … 'I'm afraid we should stop there. Seriously, Harrison warned: 'This is not the solution. This cannot be the way forward. We cannot think of the government: 'Oh, everything is fine. The National Theater wears something; The same goes for bridges and open air. 'I'm sure the audience will love what we are planning for Pantoland, but this is only for a year. As we all know we want to come back next year with a fairy tale panto. Tickets go on sale from 10 a.m. today palladiumpantomime.com.