Mr Millerman Presents “Pantomania!” It celebrates 50 years of Telford, and features Phil Butler, Philip Meeks, Ian Billings along with Ben Cupit and Katie Ann Dolling as “Queen Rat”. Enquires to The Oakengates Theatre, Telford.
The Kenneth More Theatre in Ilford is presenting “Wind In The Willows”
The production can be seen from Wednesday 11th- Saturday 14th April, with Marc Seymour as Mr Toad, and features Mathew Burcombe and Steven Day in Alan Bennett’s version of the Tales On The Riverbank by Kenneth Graham.
Marc has played Dame at the KMT for several years, and was most recently Mrs Starkey in “Peter Pan” at the theatre.
The Kenneth More Theatre has KD Theatre Productions “Wizard Of Oz” visiting for two days on Tuesday3rd and Wednesday 4th April. Performances are 7pm on Tueday and 11am and 3pm on Wednesday. This production is on a UK tour.
the other tour dates forKD Productions “Wizard Of Oz” are: The Maltings,Ely April 1st-4th and the tour includes visits to Maidstone,( 6th April) Chesham, (7th April) Camberley, (8th April) Bedford, (9th April) Peterborough, (10th April) Grays (12th April) and Redhill.(15th April).
KDTheatre productions and Scott Ritchie productions are presenting a UK Easter tour of Wind in The Willows- Here is a list of tour dates:
The Wind In The Willows
The Civic Theatre, Chelmsford Friday 30th – Saturday 31st March 2018
The Woodville Theatre, Gravesend Monday 2nd April 2018
The Maltings, Ely Friday 6th -Monday 9th April 2018
Beccles Public Hall, Beccles
Tuesday 10th April 2018
The Apex, Bury St Edmunds Wednesday 11th April 2018
The Arts Centre, Haverhill
Friday 13th April 2018
Blackfriars Theatre, Boston
Saturday 14th April 2018
The Princess Theatre, Hunstanton
Sunday 15th April 2018
PUMPKIN PANTOS are producing Red Riding Hood at the Phoenix Theatre & Arts Centre in Bordon on Friday and Saturday 6th & 7th April.
Here’s a link to their promo video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-j0Hy4sxxk
If you go down to the woods today….. At The Phoemix Arts.
The Theatre Royal St Helens has opened its Easter Pantomime “Cinderella”presented by Regal Entertainments, which runs until Sunday 15th April.
Image by David Munn Photography.
Lee Latchford Evans plays Prince Charming, with Mark Newell and Si Foster as Ugly Sisters. Cinderella is played by Georgina Parkinson, with Lewis Devine as Buttons and Andrew Geater as Dandini.