Dave Anderson brings you a brand new 21st Century version of the classic tale, Ali Baba & the Forty Thieves this December in Oran Mor.
Dave Anderson’s latest Glaswegian twist on a panto classic is the tale of Ali Bawbag and the Four Tealeaves, playing at Oran Mor from the 30th of November until the 19th of December 2015.
Ali is a very poor man, with a brother who is wealthy. He also has a wife who looks, let’s face it, like a man.
One day, Ali is in the woods – don’t ask – when he sees a (budget) band of robbers. The leader says a magic password and a boulder rolls away from a rock face. Ali discovers, after they’ve gone, a cave full of riches, and his life is never the same again. A strange tale unfolds, involving Ali’s greedy brother, his aspirational wife, the band of robbers, and more besides.
This panto is part of Oran Mor’s A Play, a Pie and a Pint, meaning you will get to see your panto as well as enjoy a pie and a pint (or glass of wine) all included in the price.
Òran Mór’s annual Christmas Panto by Dave Anderson for grown up children has become a not to miss Festive Season comedy treat. Join us this December for Dave Anderson and Gary McNair’s irreverent take on Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. Boo, cheer and sing-along, Oh, yes you will!
Only suitable for children with very liberal parents! Recommended for age 14+.
Book early to make sure you get a ticket or get one on door on the day… But be sure to get to the front of the queue!
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