Sunday, December 11, 2016

Review: Sinbad the Sailor and the Emerald of Eternity

Photo credit Dhari Alfozan

The wonderful members of Staged In Kuwait Productions served up yet another hilarious, slapstick, side-splitting panto. The English School auditorium is a perfect venue for the audience with tiered seating and a great sound system. The free drinks and outdoor seating during the break were very welcome. 

Our favourite sparkly dame (Tim Wadell) took to the colourful stage and led the amazing cast and audience on a theatrical extravaganza. Non-stop entertainment. The costumes, dancing, singing, props and acting were all first class and the audience thoroughly enjoyed themselves. I have to say I absolutely loved Crunchbones (Yousef Alobaid) he didn't have to say anything he was hilarious just doing nothing, a true gift. And the brilliant Andrew Batty was almost unrecognisable as the darstardly Cassim. So many talented actors, actresses and crew giving up their time and making enormous efforts to bring us great theatre. Thank you so very, very much we really are so very lucky to have you all. 

Merry Christmas.

To take to the stage yourself or keep updated with upcoming productions go to their website for info.

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