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‘It’s got something for all the family’: Su Pollard stars in Malvern Theatres’ Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs

In Children's theatre, Features, Interviews, Pantomimes, Quotes by Helen McWilliamsLeave a Comment

Actress Su Pollard has long been a favourite performer of mine, both on screen and in her various stage roles. As a pantomime villain she’s second to none, so I was delighted to hear she was going to play the Wicked Queen in Malvern Theatres’ pantomime this year, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

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The Show People Podcast: Back from Broadway, musicals leading man Alistair Brammer

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It’s the hottest day of the year when this podcast is recorded – and we’ve got a leading man to match! Actor Alistair Brammer joins host and director Andrew Keates for this episode of the Show People Podcast, after playing Chris in both the Broadway and West End productions of Miss Saigon.

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Robin Hood & the Babes in the Wood (with Sandy Grigelis) – Stafford ★★★★★

In Children's theatre, Opinion, Pantomimes, Regional theatre, Reviews by Helen McWilliamsLeave a Comment

It’s been a long time since I last saw Robin Hood And The Babes In The Wood performed, and it was a very different incarnation to the Rock ‘N’ Roll version currently being staged at Stafford Gatehouse Theatre. This particular version has become one of my favourite pantomimes of the season!

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‘Biggest, boldest, glitziest panto in London’: DICK WHITTINGTON – West End ★★★★

In Children's theatre, London theatre, Musicals, Opinion, Pantomimes, Plays, Reviews, Ticket recommendations by Jonathan BazLeave a Comment

Following critical and commercial success with last year’s Cinderella, QDOS Entertainment has again invested millions to make Dick Whittington the biggest, boldest and glitziest pantomime on the London circuit with what looks like a degree of overkill, taking a sledgehammer to crush a rat perhaps.