Street wise Aladdin Twankey is bored of Old Peking Town and sets off to see the Princess Jasmine, the most beautiful girl in the world. But, everybody knows, if Jasmine’s demanding mother finds out, she will send her useless Police force after whoever sets eyes on her daughter. The evil Abanazar has other plans for Aladdin, because he needs him to find the Magic Lamp in the cave above Peking.
With a fantastic scene in Twankey’s laundry as Widow Twankey and Wishee Washee try to complete the wash, and the dampest Genie known to man, this fast paced, gag-packed panto, is sure to make you laugh.
4F 6M 2M/F plus chorus and dancers
ALADDIN Hero, Son of Widow Twankey F (M)
PRINCESS JASMINE Principal Girl F
THE EMPEROR OF CHINA Meek mannered Emperor M
THE EMPRESS OF CHINA Demanding Empress F
WIDOW TWANKEY Panto Dame, Laundry owner M
WISHEE WASHEE Silly son of Widow Twankey M
ABANAZAR Evil Magician M
CHIEF OF POLICE Rotund Police Boss M
PC PING Silly Policeman, comedy duo M/F
PC PONG Silly Policeman, comedy duo M/F
THE SPIRIT OF THE RING Immortal spirit F
THE GENIE OF THE LAMP Camp immortal genie M
CAMEL Skin character (x2) M/F
MUMMY Ghost M/F
OTHERS Various roles M/F
TWANKEY I say, PC Ding-Dong, I have committed a crime!
WISHEE Mum, its not the fashion police!
PC DING-DONG Men, arrest this woman!
PC PING and PC PONG turn around and see TWANKEY
PC PING Arrgh, its the great whale of China!
PC PING and PC PONG grabs TWANKEY by the arms
TWANKEY Be careful what your doing, this is no ordinary dress (like the M&S advert)
PC PONG Oh, is it from Marks & Spencer? (admiring the dress)
TWANKEY No, I cant afford M&S, I shop at Poundstretcher
WISHEE Hey mum, did you know Poundstretcher and Marks and Spencers are merging
TWANKEY Are they?
WISHEE Yes, they’re going to be called Stretch Marks!
PC DING-DONG Now, what is your crime madam?
TWANKEY Nothing really, I just wanted YOU to frisk me PC Ding-Dong, (said like Leslie Philips) Come on, they say I’ve got everything a man wants
WISHEE Yes, a hairy chest and a moustache!
TWANKEY I say Chief-y baby, why don’t me and you hit the town? We can go to a Peking night spot for a bit of wok-and-roll
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