When Was the First Pantomime Performed?

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The date when the first pantomime was performed is not known though it is thought that it dates back to the middle ages. The pantomime was a result of the blend of traditions between the Italian 'Commedia dell Arte' and the British Music hall.
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Normaly a pantomime will include romance,horror and lots of comedy. In the UK - lots of singing and dancing, crossdressing, performances around Christmastime.
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Around the Christmas period. They start a month or so before, some at the end of November, and go on till Xmas or even well into January.
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Since pantomime is miming all the necessary props and such there are a few rules and tips to keep in mind. First of all, pantomime is essentially just miming props that are not there
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