BAA’s Maureen Carr stars in this year’s sold out Oran Mor Christmas Panto, The Lying B***h And The Wardrobe.
“Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some are still poisoning door handles…”
Empress Evilyin has promised that the people of Escozia will live happily ever after, but no sooner is she elected than the sweet old dear turns into a power crazed despot, banning all manner of pleasures including, pies, tablet and, most fiendishly cruel of all… SINGING! And it’s the jile for anyone who disobeys, oh yes it is!
But the World is not Enough, she sets her sights on Handsome Jack, betrothed to Ravishing Rosie, and will stop at nothing till his pyjamas are next to her nightie. Enter Dame Beanie Bumpherton aka ‘the Human Jukebox’ and Zorra the Masked Singer: their mission – to discover Evilyins deep, dark secret (probably in her Wardrobe) and get her banished to Goolag Achiltibuie.
Written by Morag Fullarton
Cast: Dave Anderson, Maureen Carr, Hannah Howie & John Kielty
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