This article has been compiled with the help of Erin, a Year 6 Young Journalist at Burgh School. At the Embassy Theatre, in the popular seaside town of Skegness, a spectacular production of the famous pantomime Aladdin is well underway. With the exception of Christmas Day, performances will continue through to the 27th of December. Back […]
At this time of year, theatres across the UK are staging pantomimes and surely one of the great favorites is Aladdin. Three lucky Young Journalists from the Burgh School were invited by Skegness’s Embassy Theatre to watch this wonderful story performed by a very talented cast, who kindly agreed to be interviewed as […]
With a magical story of love and adventure, Pantomime season is returning to the Skegness Embassy Theatre. The well-known panto ‘Aladdin’ follows Aladdin and Window Twanky on a romantic comedy adventure that takes you through the special streets of old Peking. On his adventure, Aladdin discovers a carpet and he rubs a magic lamp and […]
Monks Abbey YJA team wanted a different angle on the show so we managed to organise getting backstage to meet and interview some of the less well know cast and crew of the pantomime.
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Just sat down in the press box at the Embassy Theatre in Skegness ready for the curtains to go up for a performance of Jack and the Beanstalk. With me are Year 6 Young Journalists Emily, Gabriel and Hermione from Burgh School. Like all good journalists, their notebooks are open and their pencils are sharp; look […]
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