Magic In Cartoon Land

Magic in Cartoonland - Maonel Theatre Teatru Manoel Valletta Malta


Magic in Cartoonland - Maonel Theatre Teatru Manoel Valletta Malta

Magic In Cartoonland was a success and hundreds of people of all ages eagerly attended both performances.

Magic in Cartoonland at Teatru Manoel

Exciting Fun For All The Family At Teatru Manoel

On the 2nd and 3rd October 2010, Brian Role’ together with Lola Palmer produced a full-scale illusion show, Magic In Cartoonland at the national theatre in Malta, Teatru Manoel.

The show, aimed at a family audience, was a six-scene show, themed to the wonderful and colorful world of cartoons and was produced by Bleep Entertainment Services Malta in collaboration with Teatru Manoel. Alan Fenech directed the production. A production with a cast of more than 25 people on stage and a backstage crew of 10 people.

Apart from Brian and Lourdes, other main characters included, Wonderbell played by well-known Maltese actress Michelle Bugeja Zerafa. A younger Brian played by the young talented Owen Aguis. The Alison White Dancers brought life to the scenes with their brilliant dance routines, cleverly choreographed by Alison White. The colorful scenes brilliantly painted by the talented artist Marco Bartolo, included a scene of Antarctica, a secret Arabian cave, a school of magic, a pirate’s ship, a chocolate factory, and the stage of a magic castle. In charge of backstage were Ernest Buckley, Vivien Buckley, Clint Camilleri, Glen Mercieca, and Aaron Demanuele. Set management and backstage technicals were in the capable hands of Marco Bartolo and two right hands. Charles Grech did an excellent job in keeping everything in order as the stage manager.

Grand Scale Illusions And Much More!

Throughout the show, Brian and Lola performed several grand-scale illusions including vanishes, appearances, and various levitations. But not just that, but also magical effects such as Snowstorm, floating objects, and more.

Magic In Cartoonland was a great success with hundreds of people of all ages eagerly attending both performances. We look forward to seeing Brian and Lola in more productions of the genre in the future. 

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