The story of Aladdin takes its usual journey of finding the magic lamp to gain wealth and to marry the girl of his dreams. However, in this version Widow Twankey’s laundry has blown up and she is trying to relocate in the Emperors Palace which is proving tricky. As per usual Widow Twankey is looking for a man and thinks she has found him in Abanazar, but Abanazar is only using her to engage Aladdin to find the magic lamp hidden in a cave. Through a magic spell, the Emperor and Widow Twankey eventually fall into each other arms and love radiates between them, even if she keeps him on his toes! Waterlily, Princess Camellia’s handmaiden, makes eyes at Wishee Washee, whilst Aladdin and Princess Camilia fall deeply in love. All in all, the pantomime has a very funny, but fast, pace - bringing a lot of audience participation and some unexpected features which separates it from other Aladdin pantomime versions.
Aladdin by William Dockings
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