FROSTBITE – Who Pinched My Muff?
SEVEN 5★★★★★ REVIEWS !!!
TEMPORARILY CLOSED DUE TO GOVERNMENT COVID RESTRICTIONS
AS SOON AS WE ARE ALLOWED TO RE-OPEN WE WILL CONTINUE FROSTBITE.
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“If there is a better pantomime in London this Christmas than the adult one at the Eagle in Vauxhall – and certainly a better cast one – then I will eat the proverbial hat”
“They must be eating their hearts out at The London Palladium – The Eagle has landed in Pantoland”
London Living Large ★★★★★
“give yourself a break and enjoy something entertainingly bonkers for a change!”
London Theatre 1 ★★★★★
“Frostbite is a breezy delight. Zany, zesty, zealous and with an ardent polished ensemble cast”
Full Reviews list here: Frostbite Reviews
We have reduced our seating capacity and spread seats out across the Theatre to ensure safe distance between you and other audience members and enhanced our cleaning procedures throughout
Don’t miss this FROSTY Adult Pantomime
LIVE THEATRE PERFORMANCE
at our outdoor Garden Theatre with heating and under cover
An adult panto by Gareth Joyner (alter ego of ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ finalist, Myra Dubois), ‘FROSTBITE, Who Pinched My Muff?’ is set in the ‘generically Germanic’ Alpine village of Vaüxhallen, and borrows freely from the traditional fairy-tales ‘Mother Goose’ and ‘The Snow Queen’ but with added jokes that are pure juvenile filth!
‘FROSTBITE, Who Pinched My Muff?’ is the first panto to be staged at the award-winning Garden Theatre at The Eagle Pub in Vauxhall. It will run from 3 December – 10 January.
The generically Germanic alpine village of Vaüxhallen is a happy place where all are honest and true. Quite frankly it’s nauseating, and no one thinks this more than the villainous human-hating Demon Frostbite, whose mission it is to freeze the hearts of all mankind! With his sights sets on our warm-hearted friend Dame Herda Gerda, will Fairy Snowflake thwart his evil plans with a flurry of her magic? What about Lumiukko, our loveable snowman friend? Perhaps our hero Garbo will save the day and chop down the Beanstalk? Is that even the right show? Who knows! With thigh-slapping routines and songs you know and love, ‘FROSTBITE, Who Pinched My Muff?’ is all the magic of pantomime from your childhood, but in a beer garden after a few mulled wines.
If you’ve any notion that this will be like any Disney movie then you’d better ‘let it go…’
Writer Gareth Joyner
Director Robert McWhir
Choreographer/Movement William Spencer
Musical Director Flynn Sturgeon
Set and Costume Designer David Shields
Lighting Designer Richard Lambert
Casting director Anne Vosser
Associate Musical director Aaron Clingham
Production Assistant Liam Gartland
Producer Peter Bull for LAMBCO Productions
PR Kevin Wilson
Bessy Ewa (Greta)
Tom Keeling (Bergermeister Kai)
James Lowrie (Lumiukko)
Kingsley Morton (Fairy Snowflake)
Shelley Rivers (Garbo)
Nathan Taylor (Demon Frostbite)
Dereck Walker (Dame Herda Gerda)
Cast Photos and Biographies: Click here
There are 4 press performances:
Thursday December 10 at 7.00pm
Friday December 11 at 6.00pm
Saturday December 12 at 2.00pm and 6.00pm
Peter Bull for LAMBCO Productions presents
‘FROSTBITE, Who Pinched My Muff?
The Garden Theatre @EagleLondon
349 Kennington Lane, London SE11 5QY
(nearest tube/train: Vauxhall)
The performance is approx 2 hours (including interval)
The Garden Theatre at The Eagle follows Government guidelines in its operations.
Social Distancing is in place with seat allocations by the theatre staff.
The venue is outdoors, under cover and heated.
Temperature will be checked on arrival and contact details taken for Test and Trace.
All audience members must wear face masks or coverings during the performance