2018: Men Should Weep

Men Should Weep was performed in Websters Theatre, Glasgow from the 6th – 10th March, 2018. The performance was a huge success with nine shows and sold out audiences.

Producer – David Cooke
Director – Alice Langley

Spamalot

Monty Python’s Spamalot galloped into the King’s (to the sound of banging coconut shells) courtesy of Pantheon. Lovingly ripped off from the classic film comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Spamalot told the legendary tale of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table and a bevy of beautiful show girls.

Director: Tri Cumming
Musical Director: Kieran Young
Choreographer: Lynne Bustard

Producer: Wilma Forbes
Assistant Producer: David Watt

Elf

The hype and pre-publicity surrounding this show was amazing. Pantheon often present newer shows than most clubs, and this was certainly the case with “Elf”. We performed nine shows to a sold out audience in the Kings Theatre Glasgow with rave reviews from audience members.

Director: Tri Cumming
Musical Director: Kieran Young
Choreographer: Lynne Bustard

Producer: David Robertson
Assistant Producer: David Watt

“I went and seen ELF in the Kings in November. It was simply outstanding, I loved it! The Pantheon Production could have graced any stage, anywhere!. It really was that good. The show that channel 5 showed tonight was no comparison to the Pantheons show… no comparison.”

“Travelled from Dumfries with my friend to see Elf as an early Christmas present and I couldn’t have had a better time!! The show was fantastically presented; funny and heartwarming and everything in between!! A huge ‘well done’ to the cast and crew all praise is very well deserved.”

“I’ve seen a few of your shows in the past few years and I can honestly say this is best one yet. Friends who were with me couldn’t believe this was an amateur production. Loved the enthusiasm of all the performers and thought “Buddy” was superb.”