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1867-68           ALADDIN

1868-69           THE CLOTH OF GOLD

1869-70           ROBINSON CRUSOE

1870-71           FORTY THIEVES

1871-72           DICK WHITTINGTON

1872-73           TOM THUMB

1873-74           VALENTINE AND ORSON

1874-75           RED RIDING HOOD

1875-76           LITTLE CINDERELLA

1876-77           BABES IN THE WOOD

1877-78           BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

1878-79           HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT

1879-80           SINBAD THE SAILOR

1880-81           JACK AND THE BEANSTALK

1881-82           ALADDIN

1882-83           DICK WHITTINGTON

1883-84           CINDERELLA

1884-85           FORTY THIEVES

1885-86           RED RIDING HOOD

1886-87           SINBAD THE SAILOR

1887-88           BABES IN THE WOOD

1888-89           ROBINSON CRUSOE

1889-90           SWEET CINDERELLA

1890-91           ALADDIN

1891-92           DICK WHITTINGTON

1892-93           BABES IN THE WOOD

1893-94           FORTY THIEVES

1894-95           LITTLE BO-PEEP

1895-96           CINDERELLA

1896-97           ROBINSON CRUSOE

1897-98           RED RIDING HOOD

1898-99           SINBAD THE SAILOR

1899-00           ALADDIN

1900-01           DICK WHITTINGTON

1901-02           BABES IN THE WOOD

1902-03           CINDERELLA    

1903-04           PUSS IN BOOTS

1904-05           THE SLEEPING BEAUTY

1905-06           MOTHER GOOSE

1906-07           HUMPTY DUMPTY

1907-08           JACK AND JILL 

1908-09           ALADDIN

1909-10           OLD MOTHER HUBBARD

1910-11           JACK HORNER

1911-12           JACK AND THE BEANSTALK     

1912-13           DICK WHITTINGTON

1913-14           ROBINSON CRUSOE

1914-15           HUMPTY DUMPTY

1915-16           GOODY TWO SHOES

1916-17           CINDERELLA

1917-18           OLD KING COLE

1918-19           SINBAD        

1919-20           MOTHER GOOSE

1920-21           TOM TOM THE PIPER’S SON

1921-22           ALADDIN

1922-23           JACK AND JILL     

1923-24           KING OF THE GOLDEN MOUNTAIN    


1925-26           ROBINSON CRUSOE

1926-27           THE FORTY THIEVES

1927-28           HUMPTY DUMPTY

1928-29           HOP O’MY THUMB

1929-30           THE QUEEN OF HEARTS

1930-31           GOODY TWO SHOES  

1931-32           CINDERELLA

1932-33           ROBINSON CRUSOE

1933-34           MOTHER GOOSE

1934-35           DICK WHITTINGTON

1935-36           BABES IN THE WOOD

1936-37          ALADDIN

1937-38          CINDERELLA

1938-39          JACK AND THE BEANSTALK

1939 -40         RED RIDING HOOD 

1943/44 Peter Pan (Hippodrome)

Peter Adamson (Coronation Street)

Teddy Brogden

Billie Brook

Betty Brown

Gerald Fox

Alex Collins

Harry Crossman

Billy Darren

John Ellery

William Luff

1944/45 Aladdin (Hippodrome)

Duggie Wakefield as Widow Twankey

Leslie Barker as Slave of the Lamo

Lucille Gaye as Genie of the Ring

Nancy Brown as Aladdin

Roy Jefferies as Abanazar

Bernard Dudley as The Emperor of China

Rubina Gilchrist as Princess So-Shi

Billy Nelson as Wishee Washee

Chuck O'Neil as The Grand Vizier

A Prince Littler Production

Produced by Sydney Smith

Opened 22nd December 1944


1945/46 Jack and the Beanstalk (Hippodrome)

Eddie Gray as The King

Nita Croft as Jill

Eddie Childs as Mrs Hubbard

Bert Murray as Muggles

James Lomas as The Giant

Jeanette Haley as Princess Annabel

Harold Childs as The Brokers Man

Jack Hartman as The Brokers Man

Audrey Ainsworth as Anne

Lennox Dalton as The Ragman

Stella Kemball as The Spirit of the Beanstalk

Charles Ancaster as The King's Entertainer

With Zola and Mattie as the Cow

Opened 22nd December 1945

A Prince Littler Production

Produced by Cavan Lambart

Written by Marriott Edgar


1946/47 Humpty Dumpty (Hippodrome)

Phylis Adrian

Jean Adrienne

John Lloyd Fillingham

Freddie Frinton

Duncan Gray

Hugh Harden

Charles Little

Mary Simmons

Jeremy Simms

Sylvia Vowels

Fred Wynne

1947/48 Babes in the Wood (Hippodrome)

Arthur Lucan

Jean Adrienne

Bert Platt

Valerie Lawson

Carol Lane

Rita Baker

During a matinee  performance of Babes in the Wood on 18th February 1948  a fire broke out backstage and quickly spread towards the stage area bringing that performance to an abrupt end and the extensive damage closed  the venue until the next pantomime that December. The fire was suspected to have been caused by a cigarette butt which had been carelessly discarded. 


1947/48 Aladdin (Theatre Royal)

Paul Rogers
Jane Wenham
Nuna Davey
Henry Manning
Alexander Gauge
Richard Longman
Jasmine Dee

1948/49 Cinderella (Hippodrome)

Ted Ray

Hazel Bray

Johnny Kavannah

Freddie Foss

Leslie Barker

1949/50 Peter Pan (Hippodrome)
Jane Wren

Derek Rock

Elizabeth Clifford

Christina Forrest

Margaret Lockwood

Philip Ray

John Justin

1950/51 Humpty Dumpty (Hippodrome)

Freddie Frinton

Stan Little

Harry Simms

Jean Adrienne

Duncan Gray

Fred Wynne

Sylvis Vowels

1951/52 Little Red Riding Hood (Hippodrome)

Graham Danvers

Josephine Evans

Leo Franklyn

Bill Futter

Doreen Lavender

Hugh Lloyd

Bert Platt

Sylvis Vowels

Written by Barry Lupino

1952/53 Peter Pan (Hippodrome)

Brenda Bruce

Eric Carr

Jane Wren

Violet Coleman

James Donald

Gordon Murray

Kenneth Williams

Directed by Cecil King

1953/54 Babes in the Wood (Hippodrome)

Peggie Allen

Patricia Baker

Marion Barton

Sally Bazley

Stanley Beedle

Josephine Bell

1954/55 Cinderella (Hippodrome)
Joan Burden


1955/56  Mother Goose (Hippodrome)

Ethel Revnell

Johnny Lockwood

Fay Lenore

Bert Platt

Alison Davies

Susan Wren

1956/57 Jack and the Beanstalk (Hippodrome)

Richard Beamish

Ben Warriss

Fred Kitchen as The King

Mildred Maybe

John East

Maureen Corp

Barry Craine

Alison Davies as Princess

John East

Julia Hand

Jack Hayes as Mrs Hubbard

Jimmy Jewel

A Prince Littler Production

Written by John Morley

Directed by Leonard Dainton

Opened 24th December 1956

1957/58 Aladdin (Hippodrome)

Richard Hearne

Dave O'Gorman

Jean Scott

Ronnie Collis

Alan Webster


1958/59 Sleeping Beauty (Hippodrome)

Tommy Trinder

Bert Brownbill

Patricia Hall

Hazel Lee

Eva May Wong

1959/60  Cinderella (Hippodrome)

Jimmy Edwards

Ted Rogers


Jill Love

Edit MacArthur

Linda Masters

Robin Palmer

John Taylor

Arthur Howard

Ted Durannte

Written by Oscar Hammerstein

Composed by Richard Rodgers

Directed by Freddie Carpenter

1960/61 Aladdin (Hippodrome)

George Formby

Vanessa Lee

Peter Graves

Valentine Dyall

Jessie Carron

Molly Hare

Geoffrey Webb

Opened 24th December 1960

Written by Cole Porter

Directed by Eleanor Fazan

1960/61 Dick Whittington (Theatre Royal)

Josephine Tewson as Sally

Jessie Matthews as Fairy Snowflake

Tony Tanner as Marmaduke

Ian Burdford as Alderman Bung

John Hewer as Alderman Fitzwarren

Leonard Rossiter as Cicely Suett

Gwen Cherrell as Dick Whittington

Michael Mellinger as The Cat

Denise Hirst as Alice Fitzwarren

Robin Phillips as Simon

Frank Shelley as King Rat

With George Innes and Ian Burford

Musical Director Anthony Bowles

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1961/62 Robinson Crusoe (Hippodrome)

Norman Wisdom

Eddie Leslie

Billy Whittaker

Terry Kendall

Patricia Stark

Betty Wheeler

David Fallon

1962/63 Turn Again Whittington (A Tom Arnold production) Hippodrome

Bruce Forsyth (Play Your Cards Right, The Generation Came, Strictly Come Dancing) as Dick Whittington

Elizabeth Larner

Tudor Evans

Valerie Tandy

Jimmy Lee

Penny Calvert

Ken Wilson

Graham Skidmore

1963/64 Sleeping Beauty (A Tom Arnold production) Hippodrome

Morecombe & Wise

Edmund Hokridge

Betty Emery

Nicholas Smith (Are You Being Served, Grace and Favour)
Eddie Molloy

Erica Yorke


1964/65 Merry King Cole (Hippodrome)

Harry Worth

Billy Dainty

Pat Lancaster

1965/66 Puss in Boots (Hippodrome)

The Bachelors

Eddie Molloy

Mike Yarwood

Audrey Jeans

Freddie Davies

Pat Lonsdale

Eddie Molloy

Joanna Mote

Victor Woolf

Ernest Bale

Laura Bowyer

Allan Bruce

Patricia Lancaster

Written by Ludwig Tieck

1966/67 Humpty Dumpty (Hippodrome)

Ted Rogers

The Seekers (pictured below)

Wyn Calvin

Tony Adams (Crossroads)

Wendy Cameron

Virginia Courtney

Andrew Cregeen

Judith Durham

Athol Guy

Keith Potger

Claude Zola

Joy Jakley

Seth Jee

Written by Phil Park

Directed by Stanley Willis Croft

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1967/68 Babes in the Wood (Hippodrome)

Edmund Hockridge

Billy Dainty

Michael Malnick

Stan Stennett (Crossroads)

Wyn Calvin


1968/69 Cinderella (Hippodrome)

Mike and Bernie Winters as The Bailiff and Buttons

Avril Angers and Stella Moray as The Ugly Sisters

Brian Hills as Dandini

Noel Crowder as Baron Hardup

Carol Doree as Fairy Godmother

Eric Flynn as Prince Charming

Wendy Lukins as Baroness Nonsuch

Holly Doone as Cinderella

Tessa Jarvis as The Princess of the East

With Eileen Bates and Roy Ashby

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1969/70 Aladdin (A Bernard Delfont production) Hippodrome

Bernard Bresslaw (Carry on Films)

Freddie Davies

The Dallas Boys

Yvonne Marsh

Joe Black
Ruth Evans

Richard Avon

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1970/71 Robinson Crusoe (A Bernard Delfont production) Hippodrome

Jimmy Clithero

Nat Jackley

Gordon & Bunny Jay

Doreen Barrington

George Barnes

Toni Sue Burley

The Rastellis

Wendy Cameron

Malcolm Cheeseman

Madge Fabian

Written by Phil Park

Directed by Maxwell Wray

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1971/72  Dick Whittington  (Hippodrome)

Peter Noone

Roy Hudd

Debbie Bowen

Michael Burgees

Ivor Emmanuel

Michael Harvey

Mervyn Webb

Wyn Calvin

Sheila Melvin

David Trevena

Written by Phil Park

Directed by Dick Hurran

1972/73  Cinderella (Hippodrome)

Ronnie Corbett as Buttons

John Inman (Are You Being Served?, Grace and Favour) as Ugly Sister

Clodagh Rodgers as Cinderella

Barry Howard (Hi De Hi) as Ugly Sister

The Patton Brothers

Tony Adams (Crossroads)

Michael Burgess

Mandy Cole

Dorothy Dampier

Charlie Stewart

Will Stirling

Written by David Phetean

Directed by Dick Hurran

1973/74 Aladdin (Hippodrome)

Rod Hull and Emu

Larry Grayson (The Generation Game) as Wishee Washee

Melanie Daniel as So-Shy

Georgina Moon as Princess

Dilys Watling as Aladdin

Freddie Stevens as Grand Vizier

Rob Stuart as Abanazar

Adele Neatrour as Genue of the Ring

Minno Golvala as Slave of the Lamp

Ken Wilson as Widow Twankey

With The Schaller Brothers and Pekin & Pekoe

Written by Phil Park

Directed by Dick Hurran

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1974/75 Jack and the Beanstalk (Hippodrome)

Dora Bryan (Carry on Films, Absolutely Fabulous, Last of the Summer Wine) as Dame Durden

Norman Vaughan as Simple Simon

Mark Wynter as Jack Durden

Little & Large as The Queen's Bodyguards

Bertie Hare as Chamberlain

Mary Laine as The Witch

Penny Stevenson as Fairy

Marianne Parnell as The Princess

Dorothy Dampier as The Queen


1975/76 Babes in the Wood (Hippodrome)

Arthur Askey

Dickie Henderson

John Gower

Len Lowe

Mark Wynter

James Vallon

Freddie Stevens

Michael Bates

Brian Crone

Colin Francis

Bertie Hare

Written and Directed by Albert J Knight

1976/77 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Hippodrome)

Charles Hawtry (Carry on Films)

Johnny Dallas

Barbara Drew

James Harman

Bryan Johnson

Aubrey Phillips

Debbie Young

Written by Tudor Davies

Directed by Aubrey Phillips

1977/78 Mother Goose (Hippodrome)

John Inman (Are You Being Served?, Grace and Favour) as Mother Goose

David Trevena as Demon King

Hope & Keen as Mike and Albie

Phillippa Boulter as Fairy Queen

Brian Godfrey as Sammy

Sian Hopkins as Jill

Ken Wood as Farmer Giles

Susan Maughan as Colin

Barbara Newman as Priscilla

Raymond Dowers as The Squire

Written and Directed by Bill Robertson

Choreographed by Rita King


1978/79 Cinderella (Hippodrome)

Harry Worth

Frank Williams

Barry Evans as Buttons

Katie Budd as Cinderella

Blayne Barrington as Prince Charming

Directed by James Gill

Choreography by Pamela Devis

Opened 23rd December 1978


1979/80 Babes in the Wood (Hippodrome)

Jim Davidson (The Generation Game, Big Break, Up the Elephant and Round the Castle, Home James)

Melvyn Hayes (It Ain't Half Hot Mum)

The Krankies

Tammy Jones

1980/81 Aladdin (Hippodrome)

Danny La Rue as Widow Twankey

John Betty

Diana Choy

Susan Danielle

Eric Desile

Robert Edmunds

David Ellen

Geraldine Gardner 

George Giles

Mike Potter

Written by Bryan Blackburn

Directed by Dougie Squires


1981/82 Robinson Crusoe (Victoria Rooms Theatre)

Tom O'Connor

Dianne Lee

Stutz Bear Cats

Danny Williams

Gordon Peters

Melanie Daniel

Tommy Wright

1982/83 No Hippodrome pantomime as Annie was playing

1982/83 Dick Whittington (Hippodrome)

Terry Scott (Terry and June, Carry on Films)

Ruth Madoc (Hi De Hi)

Paul Shane (Hi De Hi, You Rang M'Lord, Oh! Doctor Beeching)

Jeffrey Holland (Hi De Hi, You Rang M'Lord, Oh! Doctor Beeching)

Barry Howard (Hi De Hi)

Sally Smith

Dino Shafeek

Susan Holland

Len Howe

Brian Pulman

Written and Directed by by Dick Hurran

1983/84 Cinderella (Hippodrome)

Kenneth Connor (Carry on Films) as Sue Ellen

Lionel Blair (Give Us a Clue) as Buttons

Joyce Blair as Prince Charming

Patrick Cargill as Baron Hardup

Julie Herview as Head Girl

Paula Wilcox as Dandini

Victor Spinetti as Valderma

Anna Neagle as Fairy Godmother

Jacqueline Reddin as Cinderella

Written by Stuart Paterson

Directed by Lionel Blair

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1984/85 Aladdin (Hippodrome)

Little & Large

Isla St Clair (The Generation Game)

Alfred Marks as Abanazar

Jack Tripp

The Great Suprendo

Allen Christie

Patsy Ann Scott 


1985/86 Babes in the Wood (Hippodrome)

Cannon and Ball as The Robbers

Wyn Calvin as Nurse Merryweather

Eve Graham as Robin Hood

Graham Hamilton as Sheriff of Nottingham

Sarah Weymouth as Miad Marion

Paul Hillier as Will Scarlett

Christopher Mason as Friar Tuck

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1986/87 Cinderella (Hippodrome)

Jim Davidson (The Generation Game, Big Break, Home James, Up the Elephant and Round the Castle) as Buttons

Dianne Lee as Cinderella

Roger Kitter (Allo Allo) as Ugly Sister

Freddie Lees

Mia Carla as Fairy Godmother

Allan Stewart

Jon Jon Keefe

Derek Waring

1987/88 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Hippodrome)

Roy Walker (Catchphrase)

Dana as Snow White

Su Douglas

Ronnie Cryer

Derek Richards


1988/89 Aladdin (Hippodrome)

Gary Wilmot as Aladdin

Dooby Duck

Mo Morland and The Roly Polys

Jane Marie Osbourne (Opportunity Knocks)

Gordon Peters

Allan Stewart

Ricky Greene

Written by Chris Denys

Directed by Stewart Morris

Les Dawson pulled out of this production due to ill health and was replaced by Gary Wilmot


1989/90 Dick Whittington (Hippodrome)

Su Pollard (Hi De Hi, You Rang M'Lord, Oh! Doctor Beeching) as Dick Whittington

Derek Griffiths (Playschool)

Dooby Duck

Wyn Calvin

Gordon & Bunny Jay

Ben Warriss

David Redgrave

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1990/91 Cinderella (Hippodrome)

Michael Barrymore (Strike it Lucky/Rich, My Kind of People) as Buttons

Annabel Croft (Treasure Hunt)

Frank Williams (Are You Being Served?, Grace and Favour, Last of the Summer Wine)
Willie Ross

Helen Jayne

Simon Fox

Dooby Duck


1991/92 Robin Hood and Babes in the Wood (Hippodrome)

Frank Bruno as Robitt

Little & Large as The Robbers

Patsy Ann Scott as Maid Marion

Sarah Thomas (Last of the Summer Wine) as Fairy

Damien Williams as Little John
Frankie Desmond as Nurse Krystle

Ben Richards as Alan A Dale
Phil Rose as Friar Tuck

Tony Monroe as Will Scarlett
Forbes Collins as The Sheriff of Nottingham

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1992/93 Jack and the Beanstalk (Hippodrome)

Emily Symons (Richmond Hill, Home & Away, Emmerdale)

Billy Pearce

John Inman (Are You Being Served?, Grace and Favour)

Geoffrey Hayes (Rainbow)

Bungle, Zippy & George (Rainbow)

Hazel & Paul Kidd

Sam Kenny

Christopher Farries

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1993/94 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Hippodrome)

Dana as Snow White

Andrew O'Connor as Muddles

Sulie Branscombe

Peter Aiton

Michael Sands

Ken Gibson

1994/95 No  Hippodrome panto as Picwick starring Harry Secombe was playing

1995/96 No Hippodrome panto as Scrooge starring Anthony Newley was playing

1996/97 Dick Whittington (Jim Davidson productions) Hippodrome

Jim Davidson (Big Break, The Generation Game, Up the Elephant and Round the Castle, Home James)

Melanie Stace (Des and Mel)

John Virgo (Big Break)

Roger Kitter (Allo Allo)

John Bardon (Eastenders)


1997/98 - Peter Pan (Hippodrome)
Andy Ford

Ted Rogers

Liz Ewing

Pauline Hannah

(This was a short 7 show run making way for Les Miserables)

1998/99 - No Hippodrome panto as Phantom of the Opera was playing

1999/00 - No Hippodrome panto as Les Miserables was playing

2000/01 Peter Pan (Jim Davidson Productions) Hippodrome

Brian Blessed (Flash Gordon) as Captain Hook

Michaela Strachan (The Rally Wild Show, The Hit Man and Her) as Peter Pan

2001/02 - No Hippodrome panto as Disney's Beauty and the Beast the musical was playing

2002/03 Dick Whittington (Jim Davidson Productions) Hippodrome

Jim Davidson (Big Break, Home James, The Generation Game, Up the Elephant and Round the Castle)

John Virgo (Big Break)

John Lyons (A Touch of Frost)

Roger Kitter (Allo Allo)

Louise Landon

2003/04 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Qdos pantomimes) Hippodrome

Lily Savage/Paul O'Grady as The WIcked Queen

Diane Gibbins

Phil Searle

Franky Mwangi

Matt Woodman

George Appleby

Edwin Alofs

Max Anin

Maurice Thorogood as Voice if the Mirror

Bill Dean as The Raven

Fiona Brice as Spirit of the Mirror

Sean Canning as Catsmeat

Andrew Kennedy as Prince Paul

David Langham as The Mayor

Poppy Tierney as Snow White

Janice Connolly as Nurse Nelly

Fogwell Flax as Muddles

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2004/05  Cinderella (Qdos pantomimes) Hippodrome

Julian Clary

Henry Luxemburg (Hollyoaks)

Laura Evans

2005/06 No Hippodrome panto as Scrooge starring Shane Richie was playing

2006/07 Peter Pan (Qdos pantomimes) Hippodrome

Joe Pasquale as Smee

Kerris Peeling

Liza Pullman

This production ran from 15th December 2006 - 13th January 2007

2007/08 - No Hippodrome panto as Mamma Mia! was playing

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2008/09 Cinderella (Produced by First Family Entertainment) Hippodrome
Mickey Rooney as Baron

Bobby Davro as Buttons

Michelle Collins (Eastenders, Sunburn, Rock Rivals, Coronation Street) as Wicked Stepmother

Jan Rooney as Fairy Godmother

Chris Dennis

George Wood as Prince Charming

Vicky Longley as Cinderella

Peter Straker

Richard Pocock

Gemma Fuller

Kelly Sneade

Lee Bamford

Jessica Hill

2009/10  Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Produced by First Family Entertainment) Hippodrome

Joe Swash (Eastenders) as Prince

Kara Tointon (Eastenders) as Snow White

Andy Ford as Muddles

Liz Robertson as Wicked Queen

Video: TV advert for the 2009 panto

2010/11 Dick Whittington (Produced by First Family Entertainment) Hippodrome
Barbara Windsor (Carry on Films, Eastenders, Worzel Gummidge, One Foot in the Grave) as Fairy

Eric Potts (Coronation Street) as Sarah the Cook

Andy Ford as Idle Jack

Owain Williams

Chris Nelson

Carly Day

Ben Goffe

Granville Saxton

Video: Clip from the 2010 panto Dick Whittington
Video: TV ad for the 2010 panto Dick Whittington

2011/12 Peter Pan (Produced by First Family Entertainment) Hippodrome

David Hasselhoff (Knight Rider, Baywatch) as Captain Hook

Andy Ford as Smee

Robert Rees

Janine Esther Cowell

2012/13 Aladdin (Produced by First Family Entertainment) Hippodrome

Josie Gibson (Big Brother) / Carol McGiffin (Loose Women) (Shared role)

Andy Ford


Zoe George

Chris Nelson

Joe Speare

Graham Kent

David Roper

David Whitworth

Chris Thatcher

James Revell

Phillip Birchall

Katy Thorpe

Katherine Iles

Jacob Gibbons

Leanne Thompson

Lucy Gilbert

Philip Joel


2013/14 Cinderella (Produced by First Family Entertainment) Hippodrome

Louie Spence (Pineapple Dance Studio)

Andy Ford as Buttons

Suzanne Shaw (Hear'say) as Cinderella

Andrew Derbyshire as Prince Charming

Graham Hoadly

David Roper

Video: 2013 TV advert for Cinderella

2014/15 Dick Whittington  (Produced by First Family Entertainment) Hippodrome

Andy Ford as Idle Jack

Eric Potts (Coronation Street) as Sarah the Cook

Ashleigh & Pudsey (Britian's Got Talent) as Alice Fitzwarren

Ben Faulks

Brenda Edwards (X Factor) as Fairy Bowbells

Lara Denning

Hayley Goold

Ben Goodridge

Nicola Rowe

Joseph Crick

Zac Worrell

Video: 2014 TV advert for Dick Whittington

Video: 2015 TV advert

2015/16 Snow White (Produced by First Family Entertainment) Hippodrome

Warwick Davis (Star Wars, Willow, Harry Potter)

Andy Ford

Andy Day

Shaun the Sheep

Shaun Dalton

Kim Ismay

Peter Bonner

Dean Whatton


2016/17 Cinderella (Produced by First Family Entertainment) Hippodrome

Torvill and Dean

Samuel Holmes

Charles Brunton

Jarred Christmas

Rhiannon Chesterman

Video: Clip from 2016 panto - Rhiannon Chesterman performs 'Once Upon A Time'

2017/18 - Aladdin (Qdos pantomimes) Hippodrome
Marti Pellow (Wet Wet Wet) as Abanazar

Joe Pasquale as Wishee Washee

Hayley Tamaddon (Emmerdale, Coronation Street) as Princess Jasmine

Kimberley Blake

David Robbins

Alexia Gerred

Adam Haigh

Daniel Parrott

Billy Warren

Chante Simpson

Lily Wang

Elle Locke

Amy Carlin

Video: TV advert for the 2017 panto

2018/19 - Cinderella (Qdos pantomimes) Hippodrome

Brian Conley as Buttons

Gok Wan as Fairy Godfather

Ben Stock

Neal Wright

Scott Mobley

Lauren Hall

Matt Malthouse

Abbie Quinnen

Samuel Wilson Freeman

Jordan Goodenough

Directed by Kathryn Rooney

Video: Clip from very end of the finale to the 2018 panto

2019/20 - Dick Whittington (Qdos Pantomimes) Hippodrome

Shane Richie (Eastenders, Redwater, Benidorm) as Dick Whittington
Jennie Dale (Swashbuckle) as Queen Rat
Peter Piper as Captain

David O'Reaily


2019/20 - Beauty and the Beast (Polka Dot Theatre) Redgrave Theatre
Emma Wilson
Andy Brennan


2020/21 Robin Hood  (Qdos) Bristol Hippodrome
Craig Revel Horwood
Matt Slack

Richard Cadell & Sooty




2021/22 Cinderella (Polka Dot Theatre) Redgrave Theatre
Amanda Board Salmon

Ash Stevenson

Rihan Gill

Daisy King Sanders


2021/22 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Crossroads) Hippodrome

Rob Rinder as The Man in the Mirror

Lesley Joseph as Wicked Queen

Andy Ford as Muddles

Dale Mathurin as Prince

Charlotte Haines as Snow White


2022/23 - Cinderella (Crossroads) Hippodrome

Craig Revel Horwood

Andy Ford

Alison Jiear

Daniel Norford

Lauren Hampton


2022/23 Aladdin (Polka Dot Theatre) Redgrave Theatre


2023/24 Rapunzel (Polka Dot Theatre) Redgrave Theatre


2023/24 Peter Pan (Crossroads Pantomimes) Bristol Hippodrome

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