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Squeeze into a caravan for London’s tiniest panto

Squeeze into a caravan for London’s tiniest panto
Photo: © Bernadette Baksa ‘Caravantomime’

Forget mammoth three-hour pantomime trips – this month, Christmas show ‘Caravantomime’ is offering Londoners a miniature slice of panto fun – on wheels. The magic happens in the Caravan Theatre, a literal caravan currently parked on Southwark Street, before moving on to Flat Iron Square from Wednesday next week (December 13).

A micro-cast of three will perform a quirky take on the festive institution for just nine audience members. In their new story, Snow White, Cinderella and Widow Twankey duke it out for their moment in a spotlight. Head along to boo some baddies, giggle at some groan-worthy jokes and get to know the other 11 inhabitants of the caravan really, really well.

Tickets cost £7.50 and shows are a zippy 20 minutes long, meaning you could totally fit in a panto on your lunchbreak. Because who needs a midday gym sesh when you could give your voice a workout by shouting ‘He’s behind you’?

Fancy a panto with a bit more leg room? Check out our guide to pantomimes in London.
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