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Show Typepantomime
WriterMichael Harrison producer
StarsJoe Pasquale Lucy Evans Ceri Dupree Robyn Mellor Michael Peluso Tony Kemp Oliver Watton Wendy Somerville Ricardo Spriggs Alice Berry Mel Brown Charley Ellis Peter Holdway Lucy Glover Daniel Parrott Scott Slaymaker
CrewSam Poulten, John Baddeley, Bob Holmes, Martin Hope, Neil Wilder, Dave Bratley, Gavin Andrews, Bek Palmer, Saeni Greene, Allan Rogers, Norman Hogg, Mark Blackwell, David Howles, David Boraston
Times & PricesTues-Sat daily 2.30pm, 7.15pm Sundays 2pm, 6pm First Grand Theatre relaxed performance on Thurs 9th January at 11am.
 In the glorious city of Wolverhampton there lived Princess Beauty, the most beautiful girl in the land. Jealous Wicked Fairy Carabosse cast an evil spell on the beautiful Princess. She fell into a deep sleep for one hundred years and only true love’s kiss can wake her. Muddles, the lovable jester is hopelessly in love with Princess Beauty, so is the dashing Prince Daniel! Can she be awakened and who will be the first to kiss her? Find out in this year’s spectacular pantomime featuring Joe Pasquale, Ceri Dupree and Lucy Evans.

Ceri has been delighting audiences worldwide for almost 30 years! His unique talents have taken him through musical theatre, pantomime, summer season, television and cabaret. There isn’t an audience, age or type that he hasn’t played to.He has performed at various major and esteemed venues throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and his birthplace Wales, with numerous appearances at hotels such as The Savoy, The Dorchester, The Churchill, The Landmark and Claridges.His international work has included appearances in Greece, France, Holland, Spain, Germany, South Africa, Italy and the Seychelles.He has appeared in many West End nightclubs including The Café de Paris, Talk of London, The Stork Club, Le Beat Route, Ronnie Scott’s and Pizza on the Park. He appeared twice nightly, six nights a week (and never missed a show!) for two years at the world famous Madame Jo Jo’s in London’s West End, followed by three years at Minsky’s music hall in Cardiff. His extensive repertoire of theatre shows include Hello Dolly;  Rock Hard (60s tribute show); Hot Stuff, a 70s tribute show (five seasons and two national tours); The Ultimate Hen Party (season and national tour); The Wizard of Oz (as the most glamorous wicked witch!) andThe Rocky Horror Show as Frank-n-Furter of course!

Joe Pasquale has continued to delight audiences with his live stand-up tours for more than 20 years; along the way he’s voiced characters for Hollywood movies Garfield:  A Tale of Two Kitties and Horton Hears A Who! and children’s television – Frankenstein’s Cat; starred in The Muppets’ 25th Anniversary show, alongside the legendary Jon Voight, toured in several theatrical productions including Mel Brooks’ The Producers and Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern  Are Dead;   been crowned King of the Jungle in ITV’s I’m A  Celebrity… Get Me out Of Here; appeared on 5 Royal Variety Performances and become a mainstay of the British Pantomime season with sold-out performances each and every Christmas.And if all this is not enough, the man recently described by many as a “national treasure”, has qualified as a pilot,  taken up boxing,  joined up to the Open University to study for a Degree in Geoscience and completed the Virgin London Marathon raising funds for Diabetes UK.Since winning I’m A Celebrity ….  in December 2004, time has not stood still for Joe Pasquale, one of the hardest working and top selling live comedians in British comedy today.   Joe followed his I’m A Celebrity win by hosting his own ITV special An Audience with Joe Pasquale, which enjoyed ratings in excess of 9 million viewers!  Joe also went on to host the long-running television series The Price Is Right for ITV and at various times guest hosted the Paul O’Grady Show for Channel 4.

Lucy Evans started her career at the age of eight appearing as Little Cosette in Les Miserables  (Palace Theatre).  She went on to play Lucy McFadden in Neil Simon’s The Goodbye Girl (Albery Theatre) and The Young Vixen in The Cunning Little Vixen (English National Opera) Television includes Lauren Wilson in Coronation Street (ITV); Felicity Smart in the multi-award winning television series Microsoap (BBC/Disney); Young Moll in The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders (Granada); Scarlet Veasey in The Stepfather (ITV); Angela Stevenson in Rocketman (BBC) and Julie Mayo in Mayo (BBC).Other notable TV credits include Mile High (Sky); Holby City (BBC); Hollyoaks (CH4); (BBC); Doctors (BBC) and My Family (BBC).

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