Sing a Song of Sixpence by Norman Robbins
Wednesday 21st to Saturday 24th January 2004
The Civic Hall, Trowbridge
Sing a Song of Sixpence is a pantomime on conventional lines with a Dame, Principal Boy, Witch, Fairy, haunted bedroom and slapstick comedy. All the enjoyable elements of pantomime set around the traditional, well-loved nursery rhyme.
When the King’s magic crown is stolen his kingdom is reduced to destitution and it looks as though evil has triumphed over good, but has it?
Queen Dilly of Utopia
Prince Valentine, her son
Flip, Court Jester to King Ferdinand
Flop, another Court Jester to King Ferdinand
King Ferdinand of Cornucopia
Princess Rosemary of Cornucopia
Lucy, the Maid
Rollo, Lord of the Gypsies
Zorika, a Gypsy Princess
Squint, a gypsy
Old Meg, a gypsy woman