2019 - Aladdin - Theatre Royal Windsor

2019 - Beauty and the Beast - Easter panto tour

2018 - In Dick Whittington at the Theatre Royal Windsor

2017 - In Sleeping Beauty at the Theatre Royal Windsor

2016 - In Beauty and the Beast (Touring Easter panto)

2015 - In Cinderella at the Theatre Royal Windsor 

2015 - In Beauty and the Beast (Touring Easter panto)

2014 - In Beauty and the Beast at the Theatre Royal Windsor

2013 - In Aladdin at the Theatre Royal Windsor

2012 - In Cinderella at the Grand Opera House in York

2012 - In Dick Whittington at the Portsmouth Theatre Royal

2011 - In Cinderella at the Birmingham Hippodrome

2011 - In Aladdin at the Royal & Derngate Northampton

2010 - In Cinderella at the Ashcroft Theatre in Croydon

2009 - In Cinderella at the Grove Theatre Dunstable

2008 - In Aladdin at the Ipswich Regent

2007 - In Cinderella at the Alban Arena St Albans

2006 - In Aladdin at the Theatre Royal Nottingham

2005 - In Dick Whittington at the Wycombe Swan High Wycombe

2004 - In Dick Whittington at the Richmond Theatre London

1979 - In Dick Whittington at the Sunderland Empire

1978 - In Dick Whittington at the Opera House Manchester

1974 - In Jack and the Beanstalk at the Sunderland Empire

1974 - In Cinderella at the Wimbledon Theatre

1971 - In Cinderella at the Coventry Theatre

1970 - In Aladdin at the London Palladium

Basil Brush is an anthropomorphic fox, best known for his appearances on daytime British children's television. He is primarily portrayed by a glove puppet, but has also been depicted in animated cartoon shorts and comic strips. The character has featured on children's television since the 1960s.

A mischievous character and a raconteur, Basil Brush is best known for his catchphrase "Ha Ha Ha! Boom! Boom!", used after something he finds funny, and also for speaking in a "poshaccent and manner, referring to himself as a "fella". The character claims to dislike puppets, and says his most prized possession is his "brush", this being the traditional name for a fox's tail.