Issue 1 Issue 1 is out now. Below are some highlights of what you will find inside.Order your copy NOW! Bath – TimeJon Monie, panto comic and writer, chats to us about his career and how he became a regular at the Theatre Royal, Bath. The Secret’s OutWant to know about that all important panto staple – ‘slosh’? We discuss slosh scenes and have a tried and tested recipe. Theatre Royal, Drury LaneWe look at this iconic theatre and the role it had to play in the modern British pantomime. Panto is not just for ChristmasWe are super excited to talk to Mama G (as seen on Britain’s Got Talent) and why she thinks pantomime is not just for Christmas. Of course we agree! In the SpotlightWe talk to Peter Webster about writing pantomimes and how he got his work published. 75 Years YoungBrierly Hill Musical Society are celebrating their 75th birthday and 40th year of pantomime! Youngest Dame?Jamie Riding is possibly the youngest dame on the professional circuit. We talks about his career so far and how he came to look after costumes from the late John Inman! In the SpotlightWe talk to Mike Brooks about directing amateur pantomime. Birmingham Youth TheatreWe talk to pantomime writer and choreographer Joe Logan about working with this fantastic group of talented kids. HistoryJoin us as we delve into the origins of pantomime itself, and find out where it all started. Panto LegendsWe take a brief look at the work of John Inman with the help of some photos from Malcolm Lord. Mr ProducerWe take a look behind the scenes at Imagine Theatre to see what keeps them busy all year round. What a fundraiser!The Monday Night Group raise thousands of pounds for local charities each year. Find out how.