LTM NATIONAL PANTOMIME
Don Dadda is the richest man in Nuff-Nuff Whatta Gwaan. He owns the prestigious Blingalinga Mall which is named after his one and only daughter. Blingalinga, has it all, she owns several shops in the mall and is the co-ordinator for the Blingalinga models. Yet with all her riches, the one thing she doesn’t have is love. She is suffering from “aloneship”. Don Dadda’s head of security Tick and Tin, is sure he can assist her with this problem.
While Blingalinga is looking for love, the tenants of So-So Whatta Gwaan are struggling with Don Dadda’s intentions to raise the rent. Village matriarch Miss T accompanied by her niece who happens to be Don Dadda’s personal assistant, will have to do all they can to keep their community intact.
The other residents of So-So Whatta Gwaan, try to make ends meet including Miss T’s grandchildren Washie and Squeegie who scull school in order to wash car windscreens. In the mix are two professional mendicants – don’t call them beggars – Count Calabash and Lawda Massi who are on the hunt for investors as they seek to elevate their own personal circumstances.
With So-So Whatta Gwaan in jeopardy from a Don Dadda Hurricane, and the love-sick Blingalinga on the hunt for a mate, story comes to bump but in true Pantomime style.