What the press said

“GOOD INTRODUCTION TO PANTO ENTERTAINMENT.”

“Red Ridinghood Goes Out West managed to pack in everything traitionally associated with family theatre. Written by Jackie Staite, the entertaining script cleverly combines several stories, which, even in today’s video dominated society, were recognised by the children, and no doubt brought back a few memories for the older members of the audience. Characters were continuously added throughout the panto, each bringing something new to the storyline, although the compulsory audience participation was introduced early on by the excellent Minihaha and Maxihaha, the bumbling Indian squaws who never failed to raise a laugh every time they were on stage.”
“Bad Bart and his useless sidekick, Brains, were evil enough to be booed every time they came on stage, and Big Bad Wolf could audition for Gladiators.”
Solihull News