The Barkway Players mark their 25th annual pantomime

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We’re the people who put on an annual pantomime in Barkway, Hertfordshire.

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2003:  Jock and the Beanstalk, the Scottish Play 2004:  Pinocchio, A Family Affair 2005: Goldilocks, Three Bears and a Dog      2006: Mother Goose         2007: Hamalot    2008: The Amazing Adventures of Sinbad 2009: The Snow Queen 2010: Beauty and the Beast 2011: Cinderella 2012: Never Say Neverland Again 2013: The Pied Piper of Barkway 2014: Red Riding Hood 2015: Oh! Sherlock 2016: The Village Strikes Back 2017: Return to Oz 2018: Sleeping Beauty 2019: Ali, Barbara and the Forty Steves   1993:  Witch Way to the Wizard 1994:  Past, Present and Future 1995:  Emberella 1996:  Aladdin 1997:  Robin Hood and the Band of Merry Persons 1998:  The Amazing Adventures of Dick Whittington 1999:  Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 2000:  Alice Surfs the Looking Glass 2001:  Puss in Boots Goes West 2002:  Treasure Island 27 years of Barkway pantomimes
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Ali, Barbara and the Forty Steves

The 27th annual pantomime performed by the Barkway Players, Ali, Barbara and the Forty Steves, filled Barkway Village Hall during the second weekend of February. It was a colourful show full of music and laughter, featuring Barbara the Barber, her son Ali, and Yasmin, the innocent handmaiden of the Sultana – the “current” ruler of the kingdom. They had to deal with the evil scheming of the Vizier Saleem, his two incompetent sidekicks Amin and Washma, and their camel, Camilla – to say nothing of the accidental involvement of Ranseed the beggar and his Genie. The Sultana’s harem of forty Steves – so named because the Sultana could not be bothered to remember their individual names – draped themselves around the marble halls in the palace, desperate to escape with the Sultana’s guards and handmaidens to the kingdom of Qatar in time for the World Cup. The show was well-received by the audience, and was great to be part of. Many thanks to everyone who came to see it, took part or supported it.
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©Barkway Players 2019
The Barkway Players
1993: Witch Way to the Wizard 1994: Past, Present and Future 1995: Emberella 1996: Aladdin 1997: Robin Hood and the Band of Merry Persons 1998: The Amazing Adventures of Dick Whittington 1999: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 2000: Alice Surfs the Looking Glass 2001: Puss in Boots Goes West 2002: Treasure Island 2003: Jock and the Beanstalk, the Scottish Play 2004: Pinocchio, A Family Affair 2005: Goldilocks, Three Bears and a Dog 2006: Mother Goose 2007: Hamalot 2008: The Amazing Adventures of Sinbad 2009: The Snow Queen 2010: Beauty and the Beast 2011: Cinderella 2012: Never Say Neverland Again 2013: The Pied Piper of Barkway 2014: Red Riding Hood 2015: Oh! Sherlock 2016: The Village Strikes Back 2017: Return to Oz 2018: Sleeping Beauty 2019: Ali, Barbara and the Forty Steves

27 years of Barkway pantomimes

Welcome.

We’re the people who put on an annual

pantomime in Barkway, Hertfordshire. To find

out more, click here!

More Info More Info
[*]

Ali, Barbara and

the Forty Steves

The 27th annual pantomime performed by the Barkway Players, Ali, Barbara and the Forty Steves, filled Barkway Village Hall during the second weekend of February. It was a colourful show full of music and laughter, featuring Barbara the Barber, her son Ali, and Yasmin, the innocent handmaiden of the Sultana – the “current” ruler of the kingdom. They had to deal with the evil scheming of the Vizier Saleem, his two incompetent sidekicks Amin and Washma, and their camel, Camilla – to say nothing of the accidental involvement of Ranseed the beggar and his Genie. The Sultana’s harem of forty Steves – so named because the Sultana could not be bothered to remember their individual names – draped themselves around the marble halls in the palace, desperate to escape with the Sultana’s guards and handmaidens to the kingdom of Qatar in time for the World Cup. The show was well-received by the audience, and was great to be part of. Many thanks to everyone who came to see it, took part or supported it.