What the papers say

3D Creations work is regularly featured in local, national and trade press

The Stage: Ian Westbrook’s settings are a riot of perspective.

Radio Times: Spectacular sets and eye-popping effects.

CINDERELLA: London Palladium

The Stage: This is a visually striking panto with designer Ian Westbrook’s candy floss-bright fairytale sets providing a sumptuous backdrop.
SNOWWHITE: Theatre Royal Plymouth

The Stage: Visually the show is striking. Ian Westbrook’s sets are appealing and spectacular

The Reviews Hub: Ian Westbrook’s staging never disappoints and throughout his sets are bright, fresh, exotic and carefully detailed.

PETER PAN: Bradford Alhambra

The Reviews Hub: The sets are bright and colourful and they throw everything at the audience
ROBIN HOOD: Mayflower Southampton

The action moves along swiftly and satisfyingly aided by slick scene
transitions that showcase Ian Westbrook’s sumptuous sets

Chris Bartlet The Stage

ALADDIN at Manchester Opera House

The multi million pound looking production pieces from Ian Westbrook’s sets – immerse you in the world of the circus”

Becky Weaver, What’s On

Ian Westbrook and the special effects team ensure some magical moments! 5 stars

Diane Parkes- What’s On Stage

GOLDILOCKS & The Three Bears at Birmingham Hippodrome.

Visually, Pantoland at the Palladium is a glossy, striking affair. Ian Westbrook’s set design, – resulting in a grand variety show to honour Palladium pantomime as an institution.

Sophie Thomas- London Theatre

“Since the Palladium pantomimes have come so close to just being flat-out variety shows in their five-year recent history, why not just abandon any lingering fig leaf of fairytale and get on with the bawdy or spectacular or beau tifully bananas set pieces?”
Posters from pantos past adorn the Palladium’s proscenium from 1973’s Jack and the Beanstalk starring Frankie Howerd and Dora Bryan to 1987’s Babes in the Wood with Barbara Windsor and John Inman. From Norman Wisdom to Tommy Steele and Julie Andrews to Cilla Black, the show is literally framed by its illustrious heritage. 2021 adds a new name to the pantomime pedigree, and one that made his
UK première almost 50 years ago on the Palladium stage: Donny Osmond.

The Times


The Mayflower’s pantomimes have built a reputation for being blockbuster spectacles – and justifiably so. The production values are as slick as ever, the sets and costumes dazzling, and there is a very impressive special effect to end the first act that had our boys out of their seats.

Chris Broom of The Southampton News

CINDERELLA, Southampton

Visually spectacular, the performers are all adorned in dazzling, colourful costumes which complement the stunning scenery and lighting.

Naomi Corrigan

SNOW WHITE, Newcastle Theatre Royal

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