2009 - Aladdin at the Theatre Royal Windsor

2003 - Cinderella at the Theatre Royal Windsor
1996 - Cinderella at the North Wales Theatre, Llandudno

1995 - Aladdin at the Grand Opera House Belfast

1994 - Dick Whittington at the Cliffs Pavilion Southend

1992 - Robinson Crusoe at the Grand Theatre Swansea

1991 - Jack & The Beanstalk at The Hawth, Crawley

1989 - Aladdin - Lewisham Theatre

1987 - Babes in the Wood at the London Palladium

1986 - Robinson Crusoe at the Theatre Royal Nottingham

1985 - Jack and the Beanstalk - Churchill Theatre Bromley

1981 - Emu in Pantoland at the Blackpool Grand

1980 - Emu in Pantoland Kings Theatre in Southsea

1979 - Emu in Pantoland at the Princes Theatre Plymouth

1978 - Emu in Pantoland at the Coventry Theatre

1974 - Aladdin at the Bristol Hippodrome

1972 - Babes in the Wood at the London Palladium

Emu is a puppet emu given to British entertainer Rod Hull in the 1960s while he was presenting a children's breakfast television programme in Australia. Hull adopted the mute puppet for his cabaret act, and took it with him to the United Kingdom when he returned in 1970. The character was given a mischievous and sometimes aggressive onstage persona, attacking celebrity guests (and Hull himself) for comic effect. Hull and Emu also appeared on several episodes of The Hudson Brothers' comedy show in the United States.

During the 1970s, Hull and Emu achieved national fame in the UK with their BBC series Emu's Broadcasting Company. The duo subsequently moved to ITV where a succession of shows were produced in the 1980s centring around their ongoing war with Grotbags, a witch played by Carol Lee Scott.

Rodney Stephen "Rod" Hull (13 August 1935 – 17 March 1999) was an English comedian, best known as a popular entertainer on British television in the 1970s and 1980s. He rarely appeared without Emu

On 17 March 1999, Hull climbed onto the roof of his bungalow, named Shepherd's Cottage, in Winchelsea, near Rye, Sussex, to adjust his television antenna during the second half of the Champions League quarterfinal soccer match between Internazionale and Manchester United at the San Siro. It was a procedure he carried out on a regular basis, as shown in home video footage included in the 2003 documentary Rod Hull: a Bird In the Hand. In his attempt to improve reception, he slipped from the roof and fell through an adjoining greenhouse. The 63-year-old entertainer suffered a severe skull fracture and chest injuries. He was pronounced dead on arrival at Conquest Hospital in Hastings.

Following an inquest, the East Sussex Coroner, Alan Craze, recorded a verdict of accidental death.

Carol Lee Scott A.K.A Grotbags

1985 - Jack and the Beanstalk - Churchill Theatre Bromley

1986 - Robinson Crusoe at the Theatre Royal Nottingham

1989 - Jack and the Beanstalk - Tameside Theatre

1993 - Sleeping Beauty at the Grand Theatre Swansea

(During the 1993 production Carol Lee Scott was taken serioulsy ill after the first few performances and had to pull out of the rest of the run)

Carol Lee Scott passed away after a battle with cancer on 3rd July 2017

Freddie Stevens A.K.A Robot Redford

1980 - Emu in Panto Land - King's Theatre Southsea

1985 - Jack and the Beanstalk - Churchill Theatre Bromley

1986 - Robinson Crusoe - Theatre Royal Nottingham

1989 - Aladdin - Lewisham Theatre

1992 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Dartford Orchard Theatre

Freddie Stevens passed away on 26th January 2016