Saucy Panto! @ The Street Theatre

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Saucy Panto!

Members of the Masters of Space and Time have dusted off the cobwebs to bring Canberra Saucy Panto just in time for Christmas.

Saucy Panto’s lead director David Clapham says: “Saucy Panto is a panto inside a panto: a hilarious, clever, writhing little play which is more scuffed than dirty and infinitely more enjoyable than your standard Christmas cheesy theatre.”

Members of The Masters of Space and Time (MOSAT) have been undertaking creative activities of various forms for a number of years now, including numerous theatre productions and involvement in the 2007 Lights Canberra Action filmmaking festival – achieving Best Film, Best Sound Design and Best Editing.

Featuring Canberra’s finest and most attractive acting talent and written by the supremely clever wordsmith Stuart Roberts, Saucy Panto is the perfect way to celebrate the festive season.

Most definitely not for children…..or humourless twats

12 – 22 December 2007, Wednesday – Saturday – 8.30pm

STREET 2: The Studio, The Street Theatre, Canberra City

Presented by members of The Masters of Space and Time (MOSAT)

Directed by David Clapham and Stuart Roberts

Written by Stuart Roberts

For tickets please contact the Street Theatre on: (02) 6247 1223 or book online at: www.thestreet.org.au

For enquiries about possible matinees or corporate packages, please contact Adam Rowland on: 0406 992 326


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Vic Bitterman Vic Bitterman 8:33 pm 05 Dec 07

Sounds like it will be an “Are you being served?” innuendo fest. Noice!

Hasdrubahl Hasdrubahl 4:34 pm 05 Dec 07

It looks like they get their pantos off – disgusting!

But nice…

Azz Azz 11:36 am 05 Dec 07

There is a small amount of Puppetry involved but sadly we couldn’t find a way to convincly incorporate burlesque into the show

Skidbladnir Skidbladnir 11:17 am 05 Dec 07

Will there be saucy burlesque or a saucy puppet show afterwards?

Azz Azz 10:45 am 05 Dec 07

Nice…that’s better

Mr Evil Mr Evil 10:23 am 05 Dec 07

I demand Jessica Wright investigate the scurge that is saucy pantos! I hope no pooftas were harmed in the making of this panto.

What is this town coming to????

Thumper Thumper 10:18 am 05 Dec 07

I demand my pantos have extra innuendo….

Azz Azz 10:05 am 05 Dec 07

Oh…thats dumb….

And in answer to your question – this panto is in no way, shape, or form intended for children. The image I was planning on adding makes that clear

Skidbladnir Skidbladnir 10:03 am 05 Dec 07

Messages being composed save every few minutes.

Skidbladnir Skidbladnir 10:01 am 05 Dec 07

How can a panto be saucy while still being traditional ‘kids won’t get the innuendo’ panto?

I reserve the ‘saucy’ adjective for either ‘saucy minx’, ‘saucy burlesque’, or ‘saucy puppet show’.

Azz Azz 10:00 am 05 Dec 07

Can someone with admin powers please delete this post so I can redo it with an image. I have no idea why it posted. I never clicked submit….

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