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Rapunzel - A National Theatre of Scotland production in partnership with Historic Environment ScotlandJohnny McKnight | UK | 2020 | 70m | N/C PG+ A very special online festive show filmed in the beautiful surrounds of Stirling Castle, created by a Christmas cracker writing team, featuring sparkling showtunes from Novasound and directed by Scottish Panto King Johnny McKnight.
You all know the story of Rapunzel, right? That lassie with the long hair whos been trapped in her lockdown tower for what feels like forever. The lassie whos sitting there like a loon waiting for some Prince will come along and save her. Well, think again. Cos I bet nobody mentioned the hairdresser who made it her lifes mission to track Rapunzel down? Or Rapunzels twin brother whos terrified hes going to have to take the throne if his sister isnt found? And they certainly didnt mention that six foot all singing, all dancing rose in the garden whose psychic visions are going to save the day? Because you see to truly know a story, you must know all the deets. And let me tell you chookies, the story you know of Rapunzel is incomplete. But finally, at long last, you get to hear from all the characters, all six sides, all six chapters. And despite what you might have thought, they dont all end in happily ever after. Rapunzel is a celebration of theatricality, music and storytelling. A chance to hear from every character in this well-known hairy tale, untangled and re-braided for this day and age. A chance to sit with the family and finally piece together the story of one lassie and her journey from isolation to taking her rightful place at the. Hey come on, Im not going to give away the ending now, am I? Paige Ootabook, Narrator
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