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    indecently enjoyable
    The Evening Standard
    [an] eye-popping spectacle
    Whatsonstage.com

Goldilocks and the Three Bears tickets

The London Palladium and Qdos Entertainment follow up their Olivier Award-nominated Snow White with a festive treat this Winter, as Goldilocks and the Three Bears rolls into town. Turning a familiar fairy-tale on its head, the show runs from 7 December.

Based on the traditional children’s tale about a young girl’s mischief in Mummy Bear and Daddy Bear’s home, the show promises a spectacular makeover. Follow Dame Betty Barnum and her daughter Goldilocks as they fight to save their circus from the rivalry of an evil ringmaster, with the help of their fantastical and eccentric friends. But will they succeed? After all, anything can happen in the Big Top, including the arrival of three brilliant bears who might just save the day...

Goldilocks and the Three Bears features a cast of pantomime regulars, including Julian Clary and Paul O’Grady as the good and bad ringmasters. Matt Baker (The One Show) makes his panto debut as Joey the Clown, alongside other returning cast Paul Zerdin as Silly Billy, Gary Wilmot as Dame Betty Barnum, Nigel Havers as Daddy Bear, Janine Duvitski as Mummy Bear and Lauren Stroud as Baby Bear.

Goldilocks herself is played by Sophie Isaacs, who previously appeared in Heathers and Kinky Boots.

Expect plenty of dazzling acrobatic feats, as circus acts Denise Garcia-Sorta and Massimiliano Medini as the Skating Medinis; magician Phil Hitchcock; Sascha Williams' Rola Bola act (Britain's Got Talent) and Peter Pavlov's Globe of Death act all feature in the show.

Goldilocks and the Three Bears is directed by Michael Harrison, whose previous London Palladium credits include Snow White (2018) starring Dawn French, and Dick Whittington (2017). Other creatives include choreographer Karen Bruce and set designer Ian Westbrook.

With plenty of laughs and acrobatic delights, Goldilocks and the Three Bears at the London Palladium is just right for all the family. It runs for a strictly limited five-week season, from 7 December 2019.

Performance dates: 11 Jan 2020 - 12 Jan 2020

Running time: 2 hours 40 minutes

Age recommendation: Children under 3 are not admitted.

Special notice: Fans of the London Palladium’s annual pantomime won’t want to miss this riotous new show, which offers plenty of fun for all ages. With excellent production values, it’s sure to be a delicious start to the festive period.

Please note that children under the age 3 will not be admitted, and usual loud Panto SFX will be present - smoke, bangs, pyrotechnics and strobe lighting is possible.

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Latest audience reviews

Colourful, full of life and great fun, Julien and Paul sail close to the wind for a show with kids but... More

markspears 06 Feb 2020

Colourful, full of life and great fun, Julien and Paul sail close to the wind for a show with kids but good if risqué laugh for the adults, Gary wilmot does a really clever song with bits from all the shows which is a bit of a stand out, don't expect much of a story do expect to laugh and be entertained

markspears 06 Feb 2020

It was my 3rd time at the Palladium Panto, and this was the best one yet! All the familiar elements were... More

CookieGhost 02 Feb 2020

It was my 3rd time at the Palladium Panto, and this was the best one yet! All the familiar elements were there (Julian's hilariously over the top costumes, saucy jokes, poor Nigel being put upon), plus the extra bonus of great circus acts - the magician and stunt bike riders were brilliant.

CookieGhost 02 Feb 2020

Oh this pantomine was such a joy to watch! Both Julian Clary and Lily Savage literally bounced off each... More

joc78 Top 10 reviewer10 Jan 2020

Oh this pantomine was such a joy to watch! Both Julian Clary and Lily Savage literally bounced off each other and I loved it when they went completely off script and started ad-libbing with one another. They had the audience in the palm of their hands. There was not an empty seat in the house nor a single child in the audience! This was a full blown production with the most amazing costumes (I think most of the budget went on Julian Clary's wardrobe!). Brilliant and highly entertaining!

joc78 Top 10 reviewer10 Jan 2020

An absolute spectacle! Totally bizarre in the best way possible. Not like any other pantomime I've seen... More

sarahwells1 02 Jan 2020

An absolute spectacle! Totally bizarre in the best way possible. Not like any other pantomime I've seen before. There is comedy, magic, singing, dancing, acrobatics, motor cross and special effects all on one stage.

sarahwells1 02 Jan 2020

I’ve seen all the pantos at the Palladium and whilst this wasn’t the best one or even the best cast line... More

nataliecarter1 19 Dec 2019

I’ve seen all the pantos at the Palladium and whilst this wasn’t the best one or even the best cast line up, this was funny and smutty, just as a panto should be. The costumes were something else as well. They need their own show.

nataliecarter1 19 Dec 2019

Glitz, outrageous costumes, Julian Clary & Paul O’Grady are hilariously dry & naughty. Paul Zerdin is... More

rachelgreene Top 100 reviewer29 Dec 2019

Glitz, outrageous costumes, Julian Clary & Paul O’Grady are hilariously dry & naughty. Paul Zerdin is an amazing performer he owned the stage. Lots of circus type entertainment. There is no story, particularly, to the show.

rachelgreene Top 100 reviewer29 Dec 2019
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