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Sleeping Beauty, Central Theatre Chatham (Susan Elkin reviews)

A trumpet playing, narcoleptic good fairy (Nicola Bryan) sets the tone for Chatham’s traditional yet fresh pantomime. It’s a treat, featuring delightful performances and more rhyming couplet dialogue than most modern pantos use.

Paul Bentley, deploying a RP accent and hilariously showing that he can hold a sung note for much longer than any one else one stage …

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Susan Elkin Susan Elkin is an education journalist, author and former secondary teacher of English. She was Education and Training Editor at The Stage from 2005 - 2016
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