WOKE panto bosses have slapped a trigger warning on Jack and the Beanstalk.
Small children have also been banned from the fun, with producers alerting theatregoers about smutty jokes.
Bosses at the London Palladium say: “Parental discretion is advised due to innuendo.”
Dawn French, Julian Clary and Alexandra Burke will join Nigel Havers and Gary Wilmot for the show from December 10 to January 15.
Tickets cost up to £185.
A £65-a-head play is also carrying trigger warnings.
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Bosses at Shakespeare’s Globe in London say of Titus Andronicus: “This play contains incidents and themes of anti-black racism, sexual assault and its aftermath, extreme violence and death, including bodily mutilations, cannibalism, rape and self-harm.”
And so the public is left in little doubt, the Globe adds: “This content may be extremely upsetting for many.”
Equality and Human Rights Commission guidance says universities can issue alerts about offensive material in exams on Shakespeare plays.
And if snowflake students feel they might be offended they can put down their pens and walk out.
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