Unfortunately this brings Aladdin into contact with Abanazar, the evil Sorcerer. His journey takes him to a magic cave of jewels, where Abanazar talks to Aladdin . Aladdin. by Tommy Donbavand. You have permission to change any aspect of this script to suit your needs. However, the reselling. This very original and funny script provides all the necessary ingredients for a Aladdin had all the ingredients for a fun-filled and entertaining pantomime.
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From the very start it took you by the heart and led you through the very funny, warm, energetic sdript touching adventures of Aladdin. The jokes were funny, the comedy routines hit just the right note and the pace of the whole production was excellent.
He does carry out an element of re-write every year to keep the jokes fresh and to avoid stagnation.
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Thank you for a wonderful script, the perfect length, it zipped along, told a good story well, nice contrasts, every scene had interest and good scope for creativity! The jokes — wonderfully topical — kept us all laughing from start to finish. The audience loved them. The company took another well-constructed Alan P Frayn script and made this Aladdin their pabtomime. No-one was spared the jokes, from politics to budget airlines.
This was panto that had its roots a,addin tradition but also had a techno edge. Yes, there was a generous helping of knock-about characters and a baddie we could not resist booing. Your company was extremely fortunate in finding and performing one of the best scripts I personally have seen!
Aladdin pantomime script
The very good script helped this pantomime tremendously. No wonder you had sell out houses!
Normally, of course, by that stage all the jokes have worn a bit thin! However, not your wonderfully funny script!!
Here we had the traditional story of ‘Aladdin’ by Alan P Frayn, but with a panto,ime modern twist, making it ideal both for younger and older audiences and extremely well received the evening I attended — a stunning pantomime, very professional and so enjoyable! I am a great fan of these scripts which are well constructed, with good humour, and a nice line up of characters, groups cannot go wrong with one of his scripts. Funny, original, award-winning pantomime scripts.
Refreshingly new, this laugh-a-minute version adds another dimension to the great panto classic. This very original and funny script provides all the necessary ingredients for a first-class and spectacular production of this famous oriental rags-to-riches tale.
Bursting with comedy and visual business, courtesy of Widow Twankey, Wishee Washee and the two Chinese Policemen Yu-Dun-Wong and Hu-Dun-Pongthis sensational script provides ample opportunity for audience participation, slapstick mayhem and traditional pantomime fun. The text also contains a well-described, unusual ultra-violet scene optional transforming Aladdin’s journey from China to Egypt into a magical and colourful fantasy.
The staging can be relatively uncomplicated, but the scirpt the limit for the more ambitious! If you’re ready sript embark upon an unforgettable journey into the Land of the Magic Lamp, let this “in-genie-ous” script make your wish come true!
We also offer a version of this script for schools or youth theatre groups slightly simplified and with added lines for Chorus members. Aladdin had all the ingredients for a fun-filled and entertaining pantomime. There were jokes galore, audience participation aplenty and a vibrant mix of singing and dancing.
It took me hours to suck all the chocolate off them this morning!
Pantomime Scripts: Aladdin
A wastrel boy with big ideas. The idiotic Chinese Policemen, typical panto-style comedy twosome. An evil Egyptian Magician, the baddie of the piece, but slightly tongue-in-cheek. The good Slave of the Magic Ring. The all-powerful Genie of the Magic Lamp. Featured in musical numbers as pantlmime.
Also perform the optional ultra-violet scene. Old Peking Full stage exterior scene Scene 2: The Palace Gardens Full stage exterior scene Scene 4: Sing Along With Wong and Pong!
Front of Tabs Scene 8: Probably as Act I Scene 1 or 3. Website built by Sunrise Web Studio. Can either be played by male, or female as Principal Boy. Obviously, best played by a man.
Either can be male or female. Usually male, but could be played by female.