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The Ousting of the Ogre Bogle - Best Pantomime, Bristol Evening Post

Jack and the Beansprout - Award for Outstanding New Lyrics: Cornwall Rural Community Council

Aladdin: There are quite a few new pantomimes around nowadays but very few have such originality as this one.
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Buttons is the epitome of the luckless hero, but Idle Jack never wins fair maid either.


From Jack and the Beansprout

WIDOW SPRATT: Yoo-hoo. Jack, Nell, I'm home- Oh, my feet are killing me. I'm glad I don't have to walk the streets for a living. Like a policeman. Nell, you take my advice-you stick to your studies so that you can get a decent job or you could end up like your dear old mum.
I can't think of a greater incentive. Oh, Mummy! So you didn't get the job, then?
WIDOW SPRATT: No, Jack. They said I didn't have the figure for modelling, I wasn't cut out for dress making and they have a machine these days for kick starting jumbo jets at Heathrow.
JACK: But what are going to have for tea? I'm starving.
WIDOW SPRATT: There's no other alternative (SAD SILENT MOVIE PIANO MUSIC UNDER) You're just going to have to take Daisy to market!
JACK: Not Daisy!
LITTLE NELL: Oh, mother- no-you can't!
WIDOW SPRATT: It isn't as though I want to! But it isn't fair keeping Daisy any longer. We can't afford to feed her and I know she'd be only too ready to give us a little something back in return for all those years of happiness we've had together.
WIDOW SPRATT: Sometimes it's hard to be a woman. Jack, Daisy's our last hope. (LAYS A HAND ON HIS SHOULDER) A man's gott do what a man's gotta do!
JACK: It's all right thank you- I went before we started. Oh, I see. But Mummy, Do you reall think that selling Daisy will be the answer to all our prayers?
WIDOW SPRATT: She's all we have left.
JACK: But how much do you think I'm going to get for her? After all, she's only a gerbil. I alwasy thought Daisy was a daft name for a gerbil.
WIDOW SPRATT: Just do you best. But whatever you do, don't come back with a bag of beans!
JACK: What? Me, come back with a bag of beans in exchange for our Daisy?!What do you take me for-an idiot?
WIDOW SPRATT: Well, the thought had crossed my mind.
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