The Little Mermaide Review.

Someone told me what my review would be like. Gavin Rutherford. He said, from the stage, ”I know your review is going to be like, ‘Oscar!! You’re gonna say I’m too old for this but I still liked it”’. (He is the narator/ Lyall’s mum and I know I said ”he” but he dresses up as a female everytime).

This pantomime was The Little Mermaid. 

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This one is my new favourite. I remember thinking Peter Pan was the best.

Audio described panto at Circa Theatre, Arts Access Aotearoa

But I watched that when I was like six, so I can’t fully remember it well. So I’m just going to say that the best pantomime is The Little Mermaid. I went with my friend, Dahlia. I felt like this time I understood the jokes a LOT more. The Little mermaid had some good characters. Gavin was the best but I liked all of them. It was really funny especially now that I understand the jokes more. It was funny when they talked to the audience or when they made the audience shout something or do something. But this time we couldn’t go on stage because of COVID 19 😦

But also if we had to go on stage I would have had to dance. It was really fun going to the pantomime and I laughed quite a lot. I liked the part where the guy was talking and there was sign language just like on the news. I didn’t think I would like it but I do actually love it. I thought it would be cringy. Well, it was cringy. In a good way, I’m pretty sure everyone knows it’s cringy. But it was great!         

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