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Aladdin: The Wock and Roll Version, Pantomime At The Wolsey Theatre - Review.

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On Wednesday 22nd January 2003, the year 11s' and a year 10 went to the Wolsey theatre to see Aladdin: The Wock and Roll Version. Mrs.Beattie had one of her sons with her, Charlie, it was his birthday. Aladdin started at 7:30 pm. The narrator told us the beginning of the story. There was a Wishy-Washy who kept being silly. At the beginning Aladdin saw the Princess before she went back into the palace. Aladdin didn't know it was the princess. Aladdin calls Wishy-Washy in and asked who it was, then Wishy-Washy asked, "Does she have a gallantly beautiful face?" Aladdin then said yes. Wishy-Washy said don't go looking for her up at the palace because the emperor will banish you from china for an eternity because you looked at the Princess' face, not a street merchant, Aladdin then started to sing. Wishy-Washy went into the launderette and noodle shop to bring out the sign that said no-entry to the palace. ...read more.


Widow Twanky told Wishy-Washy to go up to the palace and get two guards to help him carry it up to the palace. Wishy-Washy left the stage by going the back of the stage, which was where the palace was. Widow Twanky told the audience if there was any trouble to shout "Wishy-Washy watch the washing!" We had to say it a couple of times to get it right. The Emperor came on stage as soon as Widow Twanky went off stage. Everyone in the audience shouted out what Widow Twanky told us to say. Wishy-Washy came on stage and he had a bat with him. Wishy-Washy hit the Emperor on the head and took his clothes off him (Wishy-Washy didn't know it was the Emperor at first and he realised it was the Emperor after he looked at the Emperor) then Wishy-Washy ran off stage and Widow Twanky came on stage and saw the Emperor lying on the stage. The Emperor got up and asked Widow Twanky if she knew who hit him on the head. Widow Twanky said no. ...read more.


The princess gave Abbanisar the lamp and he said that she would be his wife. Abbanisar rubbed the lamp and the genie came out and gave Abbanisar three wishes. After Abbanisar wished what he wanted, the palace was out of the world and in the universe. Aladdin found out what happened and remembered the ring. Aladdin rubbed the ring and a genie came out of it, Aladdin wished that he was up in the palace and he came outside the palace gates and Banana the monkey got the lamp and brought it to Aladdin and he rubbed the lamp and the genie came out of it. Aladdin wished that everything was back to normal and it happened like in 2-3 seconds. Aladdin married the Princess and they all lived happily ever after. After the play ended, everyone sang, "let's dance to the music" and some other songs. I thought it was a brilliant play using rock and roll music. The character I liked best was Wishy-Washy because he was the funniest. I think that some people liked the play and some people didn't. ...read more.

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