Vanessa Downing (Pippa Fletcher 1988 - 1990)

1991/92 - Cinderella - Towngate Theatre Basildon
This was Vanessa's only pantomime and it ran from 5th December 1991 - 4th Jan 1992. She appeared as Fairy Godmother.
Vanessa was the first actress to appear on screen as Pippa although parts of the pilot had already been filmed with a different actress in the role (Carole Willessee), when she pulled out  due to scheduling difficulties Vanessa was hired at short notice and had to re-film those scenes. Vanessa appeared from the Pilot episode in 1988 through to 1990 when Debra Lawrence took over the role. 

Listen to Vanessa performing the song 'Living in Summer Bay' here with her co-star Alex Papps (Frank Morgan) as featured in the series

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Greg Benson (Matt Wilson 1988 - 1991 & 2002)

1990/91 - Aladdin - Theatre Royal Hanley
1992/93 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - The Dome, Brighton
Greg made his first appearance in the pilot episode where he was simply credited as 'surfer'. He was later promoted to a series regular where he stayed until 1991.

Nicolle Dickson (Bobby Simpson / Morgan / Marshall 1988 - 1993 & 1995)

1991/92 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Sunderland Empire
1992/93 - Aladdin - Central Theatre Chatham
1993/94 - Cinderella - Sands Centre Carlisle
Nicolle made her first appearance in the pilot episode but in an effort not to spoil the story line she was deliberately not included in the opening title sequence until the first proper episode. 2 years after her onscreen death Nicolle returned to the series in a guest stint appearing as the ghost of Bobby.

Kate Ritchie (Sally Fletcher / Copeland / Keating 1988 - 2008 & 2013) 

1993/94 - Aladdin - Sunderland Empire
1999/00 - Sleeping Beauty - Newcastle Tyne Theatre
2000/01 - Jack and the Beanstalk - Ashcroft Theatre Croydon
2001/02 - Dick Whittington - Southampton Mayflower
Kate made her first appearance in the pilot episode

Justine Clarke (Roo Stewart / Morgan 1988 - 1989)

1989/90 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Barking Assembly Hall
Justine made her first appearance in episode 3. After she departed the series in 1989 the producers tried on several occasions to lure her back for guest stints but Justine never accepted. Finally accepting that Justine would never return the part was recast to Georgie Parker.
Justine made her only panto appearance in 1989 starring along her screen father Alf, as played by Ray Meagher who was also making his pantomime debut.

Fiona Spence (Celia Stewart 1988 - 1990 & 2002, 2005, 2012-13)

1990/91 - Aladdin - Theatre Royal Hanley
1991/92 - Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs - Theatre Royal Hanley
Fiona made her debut on Home and Away during episode 7 despite being credited in the closing titles from episode 1. On UK screens Fiona was appearing at the same time on Prisoner Cell Block H and Home Away despite the shows being filmed years apart.

Ray Meagher (Alf Stewart 1988 - present)

1989/90 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Barking Assembly Hall
1991/92 - Goldilocks and the Three Bears - Wimbledon
1993/94 - Aladdin - New Victoria Woking
1994/95 - Jack and the Beanstalk - Birmingham Hippodrome
1995/96 - Jack and the Beanstalk - Southampton Mayflower
1997/97 - Cinderella - Festival Theatre Chichester
1998/99 - Cinderella - Cliffs Pavilion Southend
1999/00 - Peter Pan - Grand Opera House Belfast
2001/02 - Cinderella - Civic Darlington
2002/03 - Peter Pan - Llandudno
2004/05 - Dick Whittington - Palace Theatre Mansfield
2005/06 - Aladdin - Bournemouth Pavilion
2006/07 - Dick Whittington - Grand Theatre Blackpool
2007/08 - Dick Whittington - Swansea Grand
2008/09 - Aladdin - Anvil Theatre, Basingstoke
2009/10 - Peter Pan - Assembly Room, Tunbridge Wells
Ray first appeared in the pilot episode of Home and Away

Alex Papps (Frank Morgan 1988 - 1989 & 1991 - 1992 & 2000, 2002) 

1991/92 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Sunderland Empire
1992/93 - Cinderella - Sunderland Empire
1993/94 - Cinderella - Sands Centre, Carlisle
Alex first appeared on the pilot episode of Home and Away

Judy Nunn (Ailsa Hogan / Stewart 1988 -2000, 2002 - 2003)

2001/02 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Fernham Hall, Fareham
Two years after her onscreen death Judy returned to Home and Away playing a vision of his late wife that Alf was seeing due to a brain tumour.
The role of Ailsa was temporarily recast during 2000 to Nancye Hayes due to Judy taking sick leave.

Cornelia Frances (Morag Bellingham 1988 - 1989, 1993 - 2017)

1991/92 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Cliffs Pavilion Southend
Cornelia passed away in 2018 aged 77 following a battle with bladder cancer

Mat Stevenson (Adam Cameron 1989 - 1994 & 1999 )

1991/92 - Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs - Leicester
1993/94 - Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs - Barnsley Civic

Emily Symons (Marilyn Chambers / Bryant / Fisher 1989 - 1992, 1995 - 1999, 2001, 2010 - present )

1991/92 - Cinderella - Oxford Apollo
1992/93 - Jack and the Beanstalk - Bristol Hippodrome
1993/94 - Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs - New Theatre Cardiff
1997/98 - Goldilocks and the Three Bears - Birmingham Hippodrome
1998/99 - Goldilocks and the Three Bears - Southampton Mayflower

Debra Lawrance (Pippa Fletcher/Ross 1990 - 2009)

Debra met her real life husband Dennis Coard when he was cast as Pippa's on screen love interest Michael Ross

1995/96 - Cinderella - Assembly Rooms Tunbridge Wells

Dennis Coard (Michael Ross 1990 - 1996)

1995/96 - Cinderella - Assembly Rooms Tunbridge Wells

Rebekah Elmaloglou (Sophie Simpson 1990 - 1993, 2002- 2003, 2005)

1992/93 - Cinderella - Sunderland Empire
1993/94 - Aladdin - De Montfort Hall, Leicester
1994/95 - Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs - Inverness

Craig McLachlan (Grant Mitchell 1990 - 1991)

2008/09 - Cinderella - Mayflower Theatre Southampton

Les Hill (Blake Dean 1990 - 1993, 2002, 2003, 2005)

1992/93 - Jack and the Beanstalk - King's Theatre Southsea
1993/94 - Aladdin - Broadway Theatre, Barking

Guy Pearce (David Croft 1991)

1989/90 - Cinderella - Charter Theatre Preston
1991/92 - Cinderella - Oxford Apollo

Bruce Roberts (Nick Parrish 1991 - 1994)

1993/94 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs- New Theatre Hull
1994/95 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Cambridge Corm Exchange
1995/96 - Cinderella - Richmond Theatre
1997/98 - Cinderella - Theatre Royal Nottingham

Tina Thomsen (Finlay Roberts 1991 - 1994, 1996 - 1997)

1993/94 - Aladdin - Sunderland Empire

Dee Smart (Lucinda Croft 1991 - 1992)

1993/94 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - New Theatre Hull
1994/95 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Cambridge Corn Exchange

Richard Norton (Simon Fitzgerald 1991 - 1992)

1991/92 - Jack and the Beanstalk - Central Theatre Chatham
1992/93 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs- Alban Arena St Albans
1994/95 - Dick Whittington - Barnsley Civic
1997/98 - Cinderella - Towngate Theatre Poole

Alistair MacDougall (Ryan Lee 1991 - 1992)

1993/94 - Cinderella - Horsham Arts Centre

Ross Newton (Greg Marshall 1992-1993 & 2000)

1994/95 - Cinderella - Cambridge Corn Exchange

Dieter Brummer (Shane Parish 1992 - 1996)

1995/96 Aladdin - Sands Centre Carlisle

Lynne McGranger (Irene Roberts 1993 - present)

Lynne McGranger took over the role of Irene from Jacqy Phillips who portrayed her from 1991-1992
1997/98 - Jack and the Beanstalk - Princess Theatre Torquay
1998/99 - Jack and the Beanstalk - York Opera House
2000/01 - Aladdin - Ashton Hippodrome
2001/02 - Jack and the Beanstalk - Southport Theatre
2003/04 - Jack and the Beanstalk - Grand Opera House York
2004/05 - Cinderella - Theatre Royal Lincoln
2006/07 - Cinderella - White Rock Theatre Hastings
2008/09 - Jack and the Beanstalk - Crewe Lyceum
2009/10 - Snow White - Grand Opera House York
2010/11 - Jack and the Beanstalk - King's Theatre Southsea
2012/13 - Jack and the Beanstalk - Weymouth Pavilion
2015/16 - Cinderella - Palace Theatre Newark
2016/17 - Snow White - Southport Theatre
2017/18 - Beauty and the Beast - Grand Theatre York

John Adam (Luke Cunningham 1993 - 1994)

1994/95 - Beauty and the Beast - The Beck Theatre, Hayes

Shane Ammann (Curtis Reed 1994 - 1997)

1997/98 - Robin Hood - Darlington Civic

Isla Fisher (Shannon Reed 1994 - 1997)

1997/98 - Aladdin - Assembly Rooms Tunbridge Wells
1998/99 - Cinderella - Palace Theatre Manchester

Kristy Wright (Chloe Richards 1995 - 1999, 2005)

1999/00 - Peter Pan - Melton Mowbry Theatre
2000/01 - Peter Pan - Bardon Theatre, Leicestershire

Kimberley Cooper (Gypsy Nash 1998 - 2002, 2011)

2002/03 - Sleeping Beauty - Shrewsbury Music Hall

Brendan McKensy (Duncan Stewart 1998 - 2005)

2001/02 - Peter Pan - Central Theatre Chatham

Aleetza Wood (Peta Janossi 1999 - 2000)

2000/01 - Aladdin - Wyvern Theatre, Swindon

Chris Egan (Nick Smith 1999 - 2003)

2002/03 Aladdin -Grand Opera House York

Stephen James King (Edward Dunglass 1999 - 2000)

2000/01 - Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs - Worthing Pavilion
2001/02 - Cinderella - Crewe Lyceum

Beau Brady (Noah Lawson 2000 - 2004)

2007/08 - Sleeping Beauty - Hazlitt Theatre Maidstone

Ben Steel (Jude Lawson 2000 - 2002)

2002/03 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Tameside Hippodrome
2003/04 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Southport Theatre
2004/05 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - White Rock Hastings

Daniel Collopy (Josh West 2001 - 2003, 2005 - 2006)

2004/05 - Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs - Stockport Plaza

Amy Mizzi (Kit Hunter 2003 - 2007)

2007/08  Aladdin - Rotherham Civic
2009/10 Cinderella - Swallows Leisure Centre, Sittingbourne

Paul O'Brien (Jack Holden 2005 - 2008)

2007/08 - Aladdin - Gravesend Woodville

Nic Westaway (Kyle Braxton 2012 - 2016)

2019/20 Aladdin - Tyne Theatre & Opera House
HOME & AWAY THE MUSIC
1988 Theme
1995 Theme
2000 Theme
2007 Theme
2008 Theme
2009 Theme
2018 Theme
Karen Boddington & Mark William 'Living in Summer Bay' (B Side to original Theme Tune release)
Alex Papps (as Frank Morgan) singing When Best Friends Fall in Love (Episode 167)
Alex Papps (as Frank Morgan) singing Have You Ever Been Alone (Episode 17)