Pantomime

Jack And The Beanstalk

Jack And The Beanstalk

25 November - 31 December 2011

Jack And The Beanstalk

by Andrew Pollard

Fee Fi Fo Fum...

Join Jack, Dame Trott and Buttercup the cow on the most giant adventure of all in this brand-new show, packed with laughter, popular tunes and a never-ending beanstalk.

Our most magical event of the year is lovingly created for you in Watford bythe team behind Aladdin and Cinderella. The Palace’s Pantomime brings the festive season to life with stunning sets and costumes, first-rate musicians and actors, witty storytelling and all the lavish spectacle you have come to expect from us.

If you’re looking for a hilarious family show in a traditional setting, full of all the fun ingredients that the best pantos have, and packed to the brim with audience participation, head to the Palace. The ultimate Christmas treat – there’s nothing better to put you in an exuberant festive spirit!


Green Performances: £17.50 (conc £15), £15.50 (conc £12.50), £12 (conc £12)
Box (4 seats): £50
School groups: £9.50 (1 teacher free for every 10 students)
Groups 10+: £14.50, £11.50
Groups of 6–9: all tickets at concessionary price

Blue Performances: £20 (conc £17.50), £18 (conc £15), £14 (conc £14)
Groups 10+: £16, £14
Groups of 6–9: all tickets at concessionary price

Red Performances: £20 (conc £18), £18.50 (conc £16.50), £15.50 (conc £15.50)

Bringing a group of 10+: Ask our sales team about pre-ordering ice creams and programmes

CHRISTMAS BOX: Boxes seat up to 4 people. Served in your Box: confectionery, one ice cream each, merchandise and two programmes. £120 per box (Blue and Red performances only).

Jack and the Beanstalk Schedule

If you can't view the colour-coded schedule above, download a PDF of the schedule.

November 2011

Date

Times

Fri 25 7.00pm
Sat 26 3.00pm
Mon 28 2.00pm
Tue 29 7.00pm
Wed 30 2.00pm

December 2011

Date

Times

Thu 01 10.30am / 2.00pm
Fri 02 2.00pm / 7.00pm
Sat 03 2.30pm / 7.00pm
Mon 05 2.00pm
Tue 06 10.30am / 2.00pm
Wed 07 10.30am / 2.00pm
Thu 08 10.30am / 2.00pm
Fri 09 10.30am / 2.00pm
Sat 10 2.30pm / 7.00pm
Mon 12 10.30am / 2.00pm
Tue 13 10.30am / 2.00pm
Wed 14 2.00pm / 7.00pm
Thu 15 2.00pm / 7.00pm
Fri 16 7.00pm
Sat 17 2.30pm / 7.00pm
Mon 19 2.30pm / 7.00pm
Tue 20 2.30pm / 7.00pm
Wed 21 2.30pm / 7.00pm
Thu 22 2.30pm / 7.00pm
Fri 23 2.30pm / 7.00pm
Sat 24 11.30am / 3.00pm
Mon 26 3.00pm / 7.00pm
Tue 27 2.30pm / 7.00pm
Wed 28 2.30pm / 7.00pm
Thu 29 2.30pm / 7.00pm
Fri 30 2.30pm / 7.00pm
Sat 31 11.30am / 3.00pm

Writer
Andrew Pollard

Andrew is a writer and performer. He has written three stage adaptations of classic children’s novels for Northern Broadsides Theatre Company - The Water Babies, Heidi (nominated for “Best Children’s Play” in the T.M.A. Awards 2009 and the Adrienne Benham Award for Children’s Theatre Writing 2010) and Treasure Island, which have all had Christmas residencies at Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre and The Stables Theatre, Milton Keynes.Other family shows commissioned by The Stephen Joseph are - The Hunt for The Scroobious Pip (based on the nonsense writings of Edward Lear) and The Nutcracker Prince - which will be staged there this Christmas. He has also written four shows for smaller children for the Green Room Theatre in Manchester.

British Pantomime is one of his great passions and he has appeared in Panto every year for 15 years. He has written and appeared as Dame in six Pantomimes for Greenwich Theatre, London (this year will be his seventh) as well as writing the annual Panto for Richmond Theatre Royal - Britain’s oldest surviving Georgian Theatre.Andrew is also a long time member of the Bath based Natural Theatre Company and has written and performed in three shows for them - The Mad Hatter’s Christmas Party, A Night at the Bijou and The Silent Comedian.

Andrew was one of the winners of the Paines Plough/Bristol Old Vic writing competition with his comedy, Cross Purposes. This was subsequently staged at the Bristol Old Vic and then toured nationally. He also won HTV’s ‘Search for a sitcom” competition and his sitcom, ‘Spinnin’ it’ set in a Launderette was subsequently filmed and broadcast.

He was commissioned to write a play about Stan Laurel for Cornwall’s Zenith Theatre Company. The result, Laughing Gravy had a very successful tour of the South West and is to be revived next year.


Director

Kate Saxon

Kate is a freelance director and Associate Director of Shared Experience Theatre.

Theatre includes: Aladdin (Watford Palace Theatre); a new musical, Bubbles (The Watermill); Romeo and Juliet (Ludlow Festival and Exeter Northcott); Cinderella (Watford Palace Theatre); The Unexpected Guest (Fulton Opera House USA); Far From The Madding Crowd (English Touring Theatre); Chains of Dew (Orange Tree); Nine Parts of Desire (The Public, New York & The Wilma, Philadelphia); Arturo Ui (Palace Theatre, Watford); World Premiere of The French Lieutenant’s Woman (The Fulton Opera House, USA & British Premiere, national No. 1 tour); Eva and Eve, Sniff and Where Light Through Yonder Window (Soho Theatre); Hysteria and Humble Boy (Northcott Exeter); Clearing the Colours and Caution Trousers (Stephen Joseph Theatre); Still/Life (Theatre Royal, Plymouth); La Bohème (Opera North); Adrenalin Heart (Arcola); Trust Byron (The Gate); The Secret Garden (Salisbury Playhouse) and Scratching The Façade (Birmingham Symphony Hall); Grimm Tales and The Little Prince (ATY, Alaska). Kate’s adaptation of The Little Prince has since been performed at Salisbury Playhouse and Bath Theatre Royal.

Kate has developed new work and directed rehearsed readings for The Royal Court, The Bush, Arcola, Hampstead Theatre and The Public, New York.

Kate also directs voice and motion capture for animation games at Side UK: most of 2010 has been spent directing Fable III and two Bond titles, Bloodstone and Goldeneye.

 

Designer
Cleo Pettitt

Cleo returns to Watford Palace following the tremendous success of her Aladdin design last year.

Training: BA (hons) Theatre Design and MA Scenography, UCE Birmingham; Linbury Prize for Stage Design finalist, 1997.

Recent work includes: Missing Persons, Trafalgar Studios; Art, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds; Ladies’ Cage, Royal Exchange Studio; Cinderella, Watford Palace; Around the World in 80 Days, Liverpool Playhouse; Company, The Wizard of Oz and Toad of Toad Hall, Palace Theatre, Westcliff; Swollen Tongues, national tour; Trust Byron, Gate Theatre and tour; Joyisms, Looking Glass Theatre, off-Broadway; Hedda Gabler, RSC Fringe.

Opera: The Marriage of Figaro, Lyric Hammersmith; Così fan tutte and Tosca, Christ’s Hospital, Horsham; Simon Boccanegra and The Merry Widow, Bloomsbury Theatre. Cleo designs shows regularly in Bermuda and Dubai, including: Oliver!, The Full Monty, Dreamgirls, High School Musical (1 and 2), Fame! the Musical, Blood Brothers, The Woman in Black, Into the Woods and Annie. Also, many productions as resident designer in Anchorage, Alaska, and two seasons for Montgomery Theatre, Prince Edward Island, Canada. www.worldstage.co.uk

 

Lighting Designer
Ian Saunders

Ian’s previous lighting designs at the Palace include Three Steps to Heaven, Wait Until Dark, and Cor Blimey as well as the site specific shows News From the Seventh Floor at Clements Department store and The Ring Road Tales at Destiny Nightclub.

Other credits include: The Importance Of Being Earnest, (Manchester Library Theatre and UK Tour), Talent (Mercury Colchester), Timon of Athens (Cardboard Citizens / RSC), Woyzeck (Cardboard Citizens), It's Now Or Never (Chester Gateway), Inglorious Technicolour (Scarborough), The Shy Gas Man (Southwark Playhouse), KRUNCH (Talawa UK Tour), The Smallest Person (Trestle Theatre Co UK tour), Rapunzel, Beauty & the Beast, (Creation Theatre Co, Oxford), Charity Wars (Pleasance, London) & The Wizard of Oz (New Theatre, Oxford).

Ian is a Professional Designer Member of the Association of Lighting Designers.

 

Musical Director
Paul Herbert

Paul has worked extensively in the UK as a Musical Director, Composer, Arranger, Singing Teacher and Vocal Coach and is the Associate Musical Director for Perfect Pitch.

As a composer, Paul has written the music for several musicals including Ripper (recently performed at the New Players Theatre, London); The Perfect Wife Roadshow (UK tour and developed with Perfect Pitch) and Cinderella & Aladdin (Salisbury Playhouse). He composed the music for Health & Stacey and Hot Pursuit (Edinburgh Festival, performed by comedy duo Plested & Brown) and for Lovepik (a short film directed by Charles Harris). Paul is currently composing the incidental score for Noel Coward’s Design For Living (Salisbury Playhouse 2012).

He has provided the orchestrations for a number of musicals including Radio Times and Daisy Pulls It Off (actor/musician productions, The Watermill Theatre); Through The Looking Glass (by Piers Chater Robinson); Jet Set Go (by Pippa Cleary and Jake Brunger, orchestrations published by Josef Weinbergers) and Through The Door (by Laurence Mark Wythe and Judy Freed)

As musical director his credits include: Daisy Pulls It Off (Watermill, Newbury); The Last Five Years (Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Dubai/Bahrain & UK Tour); Legends, Icons and Idols (Orchard Theatre); Songs for a New World (Edinburgh). Earlier this year Paul returned to the Watermill Theatre to musically supervise and appear in Radio Times.

Paul was the MD and orchestrator for The Great British Musical – a fundraising concert in aid of Perfect Pitch which took place at the Criterion Theatre in April 2011. The concert was hosted by Stephen Fry and featured an 11 piece band and a number of West End stars including Alfie Boe.

Also for Perfect Pitch Paul has been responsible for numerous readings and workshops including Super Alice Smith, Teenwolf/Lost Boys, A Penguin’s Tale, Girlfriends and Through The Door for which he also orchestrated and musically directed the gala concert performance at Trafalgar Studios 1 in 2009. He was also musical supervisor and arranger for the Perfect Pitch Songbook and musically directed and orchestrated Perfect Pitch – In Concert 2009 (Edinburgh).

Paul was Head of Music at Bird College for five years and during that time was musical director for several shows including; Beguiled Again, Children of Eden, Copacabana, Bat Boy, Matchgirls, Godspell, My Favorite Year, A New Brain, Company, Into the Woods, Anything Goes, Closer Than Ever and Sweet Charity.

Paul is also a very experienced singing teacher and vocal coach, having trained in the Estill Method with Paul Farrington, Gillyanne Kayes and Maureen Scott.

 

Choreographer
Karen Edwards

Choreographer of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Compass Theatre); choreographer of Youth Summer Project (Royal & Derngate, Northampton); director of Millennium in Motion (Cochrane Theatre); In the Spotlight (director/staging/concept/design, tour); choreographer of West Side Story Experience (Royal Festival Hall); choreographer of Bella Cora (tour); director/choreographer of Jack and the Beanstalk (Old Market Theatre, Hove); associate director/choreographer for the Grease production company; Strictly Come Dancing 5 (cochoreographer, BBC1); Fast Food (choreographer, workshop); A Slice of Saturday Night (Novello Theatre, director; Jack Lyons Theatre, choreographer); Company and Nine (Judi Dench Theatre, choreographer); Be My Baby (Old Red Lion, choreographer); director/staging (King’s Head, Edinburgh Festival, Dublin); I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change.

Performance credits include: Fosse, Grease, Pickwick, Jesus Christ Superstar, Peter Pan, The Jiving Lindy Hoppers, Carnival, Wayne Sleep’s Dash Company, Head Over Heels, Lipstick on Your Collar, The Finland Testament, Sysiphus, Recordings, Paradise Club.

 

Musical Arranger
Dominc Haslam

Dominic Haslam has been working as a composer, arranger and musical director since graduating from Bretton Hall College in 1998.

Recent projects include: The Prince of Homburg and Life Is a Dream (Donmar Warehouse); Romeo and Juliet (Exeter Northcott Theatre); Serious Money (Birmingham Rep); The White Devil (Menier Chocolate Factory); The Elephant Man (Sheffield Lyceum and UK tour); The Herbal Bed (Salisbury Playhouse); Henry V (Royal Exchange); Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella and Peter Pan (Churchill Theatre, First Family Entertainment); Danny Robins’ Music Therapy (BBC Radio 4); We Are History (BBC2, series 1 and 2); The Museum of Everything (BBC Radio 4, series 1, 2 and 3).

Short film credits include: The Rules of the Game, The Spider, The Meeting and The Killing (dir Tom Daley); Do Something for Nothing (BBC); and Three Men on a Roof (RSC).

 

Assistant Director
Richard Fitch

Richard trained at the Young Vic and the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. He is the recipient of the 2010 Sir Paul McCartney Human Spirit Award.

Directing credits include: The Boy Who Lived Down the Lane (Riverside Studios), Unclothed (The King’s Head Theatre), Please be Patient While You Love Me and Women (New Britannia Theatre), The Secrets Inside (Edinburgh Fringe) and The Pilliowman during training.

Assistant Directing credits include: Four Nights in Knaresborough (Southwark Playhouse), The Marriage of Figaro (Watermill Theatre), Lakeboat and Prairie du Chien (Arcola Theatre), The Machine Gunners (Polka Theatre), Double Falsehood (The Union Theatre and New Players Theatre – TimeOut Critics Choice), The Captive (Finborough Theatre) and The Great British Country Fete (National Tour and The Bush Theatre).

Richard has assisted workshops at the Young Vic and NT Studio. His next project is Assistant Director on an education project at the National Theatre.


Casting Director
Kay Magson

Theatre credits include: The Solid Gold Cadillac (Garrick); Dangerous Corner (West Yorkshire Playhouse/West End); Round the Horne… Revisited, Dracula (National tours); Singin’ in the Rain (West Yorkshire Playhouse, NT/National tour); Aspects of Love, All The Fun of the Fair and The Witches of Eastwick (National Tours); Kes (Liverpool and National Tour); Great Expectations (ETT/Watford and National tor),Sweeney Todd (Royal Festival Hall), The Lady In the Van (National tour).

Kay was resident at the West Yorkshire Playhouse for 17 years where she cast many shows including Hamlet, The McKellen Ensemble Season, the Patrick Stewart Priestley Season and many others, and also casts regularly for Salisbury Playhouse, Northampton Theatres (including Young America  at the NT),Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse, Hull Truck and the Manchester Library Theatre.  She was the casting director for the first CHESTER PERFORMS season.

She has just completed casting on Walk Like a Panther, a pilot TV for Finite Films.

Kay is a member of the Casting Director’s Guild of Great Britain (CDG).


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Josh Capper - Jack

Theatre includes: Bobby in Dreamboats and Petticoats (Bill Kenwright Ltd), Ensemble in High School Musical (Stage Entertainment), Ensemble in Fiddler on the Roof (UK Productions), PC Ping in Aladdin (Oxford Playhouse), understudy Pepper in Mamma Mia (International Tour), and Genie in Aladdin (Pantoni).

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Nadine Higgin - Jill

Nadine trained at Arts Educational where she studied for a three-year BA course in Musical Theatre.

Theatre includes: Little Shop Of Horrors (Kilworth House); Legally Blonde (The Savoy Theatre, West End); Peter Pan (Wimbledon Theatre); Hairspray (Shaftesbury Theatre West End) and Taylor in the London run of High School Musical.

Whilst at college Nadine played Asaka in Once on this Island, Saraghina in Nine, Betty Lorraine in Me and Juliet and Peep-Bo in The Mikado.

Nadine is thrilled to be a part of Jack and the Beanstalk and would like to thank all her friends and family for their love, support and encouragement throughout the years. She dedicates her performance to her beautiful mother who she knows is watching from heaven above.

 

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Terence Frisch - Dame

Terry is really looking forward to doing Panto in Watford.  He was born, bred and, once more, lives in Harrow, considers the Palace his local theatre and has always wanted to work here. Previous Pantos include – Aladdin, Cinderella, Dick Whittington, Jack & the Beanstalk, Sleeping Beauty and Snow White.  Other recent theatre includes –The Manual Oracle (Von Held), Nocturnal (Rada), One Snowy Night (Slot Machine), Jerusalem (Royal Court), Lord of the Rings (Drury Lane), Romeo & Juliet (Globe), Oedipus (Actors of Dionysus), Educating Rita (Tour de Force), The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek (Royal Exchange), Richard III and The Changeling (both Third Party), Outside Edge (Mill at Sonning), Wait Until Dark (Southwold).  Recent TV – Holby City (BBC), Eastenders (BBC), Harry Hill’s TV Burp (Avalon) & Small Island (Ruby Films/BBC).  He will also be seen in the forthcoming feature film The Invention of Hugo Cabret.

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Martin Callaghan - Frank Furter

Martin was born and bred in Manchester and trained at The Abraham Moss Centre.

Martin’s work includes: the UK Tours of The Sound of Music, Chess, My Fair Lady,

Aspects of Love, Cucurucu in The Marat/Sade,(AMC Theatre) Issachar/Baker in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,(UK tour) Uncle Pumblechook in Great Expectations,(UK Tour) Turkey in the National Theatre’s tour of HONK!, Beadle Bamford in Sweeney Todd, (Derby Playhouse) Nicely-Nicely Johnson in Guys and Dolls at the Sheffield Crucible and Uncle Henry/The Emerald City Guard in The Wizard of Oz, at Birmingham Rep Theatre and The West Yorkshire Playhouse Leeds.

Martin has also played The Typesetter in Personals, written by the creators of the hit

comedy Friends, at the Apollo Theatre London; Herod in Jesus Christ Superstar on the UK tour and in the hit 1996 revival at the Lyceum Theatre London. Amos Hart on the UK and International tours of Chicago, Tevye in the 2008 UK tour of Fiddler on the Roof and most recently he played Smee in George Stiles and Anthony Drewe’s Peter Pan, at the West Yorkshire Playhouse.

Television, Film and Recording credits include: Prime Suspect, Concrete Chariots for

Granada, GBH for Channel 4, the Roasted Cygnet in Carmina Burana also for Granada and Asher in the film of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat opposite Donny Osmond.

Martin has performed in concert up and down the country with The British Philharmonic, The City Concert Orchestra and The BBC Concert Orchestra; He can also be heard on the Cast Albums of Jesus Christ Superstar, Personals, Dear Father Christmas, Peter Pan and on the soundtrack album for the film Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

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Martin Doyle - Bonecrunch/Ensemble

Martin started performing at the age of 14 with the Birmingham Youth Show at the Rep Theatre.

As well as extensive work in theatre, Martin has regularly performed as part of comedy sketch group Bann-Joe, with whom he has toured in the midlands. He has appeared in various fringe shows from Berkoff to Brecht and a tour of Macbeth to France. Other theatre includes A Midsummer Night's Dream at Theatre Royal Bath, A New World -The Life of Thomas Paine at Shakespeare's Globe, The Jungle Book and
The Little Mermaid for Kazzum, and Scooby in the first national tour of Scooby Doo in Stagefright.

Martin has also appeared in numerous short films, including The Unfortunate Mr Oakley, Roulette, The Particle and the comedy horror Undying Love.

His television work includes Dr Titanias Advice to All Creation for Channel 4 and Discovery Channel and Numberjacks for Cbeebies.

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Alan Pearson - Bonecrunch/Ensemble

Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts (Peter Coxhead Scholarship)

Theatre includes: In the West End, understudied and played Nicky/Trekkie Monster and Princeton/Rod in Avenue Q (Gielgud, Wyndham’s). Also; Woof in Hair (English Theatre, Frankfurt); Simeon in Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Guernsey); Hamlet (Donmar Warehouse); Pirates Of Penzance (Kilworth House Theatre); And The World Goes Round  (Wyndham’s); The Sound Of Music (Patticion Municipal Amphitheatre, Larnaca); My Fair Lady (Kenneth More Theatre); Better Than Nothing (Shaw). Alan also regularly performs as part of a comedy double act and is currently co-writing their upcoming show, A Cockamamie Culture Shock.

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Ben Watson - Nightshade

Ben trained at The Central school of Speech and Drama. His Film credits include: Martin in In The Mix (UK Film Council/Actors Centre), Darren in Hidden Face (DSL Productions), Jean-Claude in Heroes and Villains (One Vision), The Cleaner in Ten Minutes (Scanner-Rhodes), Individual 59 in 59 (Chris Braham), Michael Hawkin in Nine days Of Hell (Sprigg Productions). His TV credits include: Gordon Rampage and Theatrical Clown in CBBC Morning Links With Dan and Jeff (BBC), TV Viewer in Captivating Faces – BBC Interstitials (BBC).His theatre credits include: Elwood in The Blues Brothers Party (Major UK Tour/ Japan), Josh in Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens (Chrysalis Theatre Company), Andrei/Kruschev in 13 Days (RMS), Newsrevue (Canal Café London/C-Venues Edinburgh), Tabaqui the Jackal in The Jungle Book (UK Tour for Birmingham Stage Company), Mark/Blair in typO (Theatre Trash), Trevor in Bedroom Farce (Upstairs at the Gatehouse), Godfrey in Who's Harry? (Pleasance-Edinburgh Festival Fringe First winner/London), Lysander/Flute in A Midsummer Night's Dream and Antipholus of Syracuse in Comedy of Errors (Cambridge Shakespeare Festival), Macbeth in Cahoot’s Macbeth (King’s Head Theatre), Frank Gardner in Mrs Warren’s Profession (Theatre Royal Bath Tour), Alan in Torch Song Trilogy (King’s Head Theatre), Tom in Learning To Love The Grey (Y Touring Theatre Company), Jean in Miss Julie (Baron’s Court Theatre) B in The White Room (Para-site), Clive in Failed States (1215 Productions), Comedy Performer in The Treason Show (Komedia, Brighton), Comedy Performer in The History Of Everything (Ben Watson/ Alexander Parsonage).  Previous pantomimes include: Marcel Dumb-Bell in Beauty and The Beast (Blackeyed Theatre Company), Prudence Perestroika in Cinderella (Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds), Buttons in Cinderella and Fox DJ in Pinocchio (PMA Productions).  Ben has spent the last 6 months directing the award-winning comedy show Newsrevue (London/ Pleasance Beyond Edinburgh) which garnered five star reviews.

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Laura Doddington - Fortuna/Spatula

Laura trained at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

Theatre credits include COMMUNICATING DOORS and LIFE OF RILEY (Scarborough and National Tour), ALPHABETICAL ORDER (New Vic.Stoke), CINDERELLA (Watford Palace); MAN OF THE MOMENT, PRIVATE FEARS IN PUBLIC PLACES, (Theatre Royal Northampton), WIVES AS THEY WERE, MAIDS AS THEY ARE (Bury St Edmonds/Basingstoke), ON A SHOUT (Hull Truck Theatre), TIME OF MY LIFE (Northampton), NOISES OFF (Liverpool Playhouse), THE CHAMPION OF PARIBANOU, CAUTION TROUSERS, TIME AND TIME AGAIN, FOR STARTERS, HER SLIGHTEST TOUCH, I OUGHT TO BE IN PICTURES, MISS YESTERDAY, MIRANDA’S MAGIC MIRROR, THE GIRL WHO LOST HER VOICE (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough), IMPROBABLE FICTION (Stephen Joseph Theatre and National Tour) and OLEANNA (New Vic Theatre).

TV credits include EASTENDERS, DOCTORS (BBC TV), PRIME SUSPECT 7, FINAL CUT (ITV/Granada) and THE BILL (Talkback Thames),

Laura also played the Doctor’s assistant Zara in DR WHO- THE JUDGEMENT OF ISSKAR/THE CHAOS POOL and the Spin off series GRACELESS (Big Finish Productions audio books).

Laura was a winner of the BBC Carleton Hobbs Radio Competition in 2002 whilst at drama school and so appeared in over thirty BBC Radio plays as part of the BBC Radio Rep Company.

Film credits include SWEET FANNY ADAMS IN THE GARDEN OF EDEN.

 

 


"It is very rare that a production ticks all the artistic boxes required to present a really special show but that’s the case with this Aladdin"

★ ★ ★ ★

Watford Observer on Aladdin (2010)

 

★ ★ ★ ★

What's On Stage on Aladdin (2010)

School Workshops: Contact [email protected] or call 01923 810307 to find out more

Adult Theatre Workshop: Tue 6 Dec


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