The 2018 London Pantomime Horse ( & Sloth) Race –
FILM & TV edition – Sunday 16th December 2018
The reserve list is now officially open. Register early to secure your team’s choice of Film or TV star ‘Horse’
This year, we will also be debuting a 2nd altogether wackier race called the ‘Sloth & Cart Race’. This will take part an hour before the official ‘London Pantomime Horse Race’ and will be a much SLOWER paced version, featuring 4 teams of (2 legged) Sloths (racers) & their passengers (2 legged) Horses.
Places for the worlds 1st costumed ‘Sloth race’ are extremely limited so ensure to reserve your place without delay to avoid disappointment.
To reserve your place in the 9th London Pantomime Horse Race (FILM & TV edition) or ‘The Sloth & Cart’ Race, please email [email protected]
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In support of our nominated charity
YOUCAN -Youth Cancer Support. www.you-can.org.uk
2018 Event kindly sponsored by OKEEFE Constructio
The 9th London Pantomime Horse Race 2-18 – The FILM & TV edition
SUNDAY 16TH DECEMBER 2018
In the world of TV & fILM, everything seems just that little bit bigger and a lot more surreal. This will prove no exception as to what is being planned for the 9th Annual London Pantomime Horse Race.
* FILM & TV Theme: Entrants will be required to dress up their Panto Horse, in the style of their favorite Movie/TV character.
” Early Bird RESERVE LIST. Ensure to reserve your place as early as possible – & secure the name of your chosen ‘FILM&TV’ entry. (Horse pun entry names are not essential in the 2018 race -but extra brownie points will be awarded to the most imaginative Horse-Pun based Team names. Email [email protected] to reserve.
“Fantastically silly, a must-see event.’’ -Time-Out
“The daftest contest in the racing calendar…one helluva crowd pleaser” – Evening Standard
“Completely silly and utterly for fun” – Horse & Hound
“It’s the annual sporting challenge that sits somewhere between the
Grand National and a three-legged race.” – Daily Mail
“Typical British eccentricity at its best.” – The Telegraph
London’s wackiest ‘Horse’ Race event, began in 2011, as a small quirky annual community charity event in Central Greenwich. Since then it’s popularity, has continued to soar. The Free public Xmas event, attracts hundreds of spectators to Central Greenwich each year, along with race entrants, who travel from across the UK and Europe, to take part. It’s increasing popularity, quirkiness, originality and sheer silliness has also received widespread support from National and International TV / Media, who regularly cover the event on the day.
In 2016, The London Pantomime Horse Race received widespread international TV/media coverage from the UK, USA, China, France, Germany, Russia, Italy, Portugal, Columbia, Pakistan, & Australia, to name a few.
Celebrities who have kindly given up their time to appear, perform or have lent their support to the madcap event have included :
Squeeze ( Glenn Tilbrook /Chris Difford)
Brian Blessed OBE – Actor /TV Personally
Matt Lucas – Comedian / Actor
Dave Hill – Slade Guitarist
Steps Pop Group
Jools Holland – Musician
Christopher Holland – Musician
Arthur Smith – Comedian
The Cheeky Girls – Pop Group
Stephen Frost – Comedian / Actor
John McCririck – Racing Pundit / TV Personality
Jimmi Harkishin – (‘Dev’ Alahan – Coronation Street )
Jamie Borthwick – (Jay Brown –Eastenders )
Khali Best (Dexter Hartman – Eastenders )
Harry Hill – Comedian
Tommy Steele – Singer / Entertainer
Bill Bailey – Comedian
Katie Price – TV Personality
Rachel Wiley – TV Personality
Frank Bruno OBE
Paul Cook – The Sex Pistols
Nazaneen Ghaffar – Sky News
Every year, the organiser aims to make the event even more surreal and magical than the previous year so it’s a must-see for the entertainment value alone. The 2017 ‘ROCK/POP ICONS’ themed event promises to deliver some major surprises & utterly daft elements that are currently being worked on. Not to be missed !!
So far, the pantomime races have raised many thousands for various charities.
The race was established by organiser, Producer & satirist Mark Biddiss
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