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AustPanto

National Library of Australia View Catalogue Record

Created: April 2022

Collection Summary

Title
Programs and related material regarding Australian performers in UK pantomime
Date Range
1981 - 2012
Collection Number
AustPanto
Extent
246 items
Language of Materials
English
Repository
Printed Collections

Introduction

Scope and Contents

The traditional British pantomime season during Christmas and New Year includes performances by Australian actors, actresses, and dancers, and the work of Australian production staff.

Since the beginning of the 1990s the Library has collected a sample of the vividly colourful programs and printed ephemera produced by pantomime management, many of which feature popular Australian celebrities, including actors appearing in television series such as:

Neighbours: e.g. Melissa Bell, Andrew Bibby, Natalie Blair, Chelsea Blake, Gayle and Gillian Blakeney, Carla Bonner, Anne Charleston, Shane Connor, Lucinda Cowden, Bernard Curry, Jonathan Dutton, Maggie Dence, Stefan Dennis, Terence Donovan, Anthony Engelman, Alan Fletcher, Richard Grieve, Linda Hartley, Patrick Harvey, Stephen Hunt, Scottf Jones, Mark Little, Daniel MacPherson, Blair McDonough, Craig McLachlan, Benjie McNair, Maggie Millar, Benjamin Grant Mitchell, Ryan Moloney, Jessica Muschamp, Ben Nicholas, Richard Norton, Tom Oliver, Dan Paris, Guy Pearce, Mark Raffety, Jaime Robbie Reyne, Lara Sacher, Bruce Samazan, Kristian Schmid, Ian Smith, Jansen Spencer, Jesse Spencer, Caitlin Stasey, Mat Stevenson, Alana Truman, Kym Valentine, Sarah Vandenbergh, Ian Williams.

Home and Away: e.g. John Adam, Greg Benson, Daniel Collopy, Nicolle Dickson, Isla Fisher, Cornelia Francis, Richard Grieve, Les Hill, Stephen James King, Debra Lawrance, Lynne McGranger, Brendan McKensey, Spencer McLaren, Benjie McNair, Ray Meagher, Richard Norton, Paul O'Brien, Alex Papps, Michael Piccirilli, Kate Ritchie, Bruce Roberts, Fiona Spence, Ben Steel, Emily Symons, Kylie Watson, Aleetza Wood.

The list is based on imperfect holdings and is updated as gaps in the Library's holdings for this artist are filled. Unless otherwise stated, all entries are based on published programs in the PROMPT collection.

Preferred Citation

Acknowledgement of use this material should refer to the Ephemera PROMPT collection. Citation of items from this collection should include references to author's/organisation's name, date, item title, Publisher and place of publication. Example: J.C. Williamson (Firm). & Theatre Royal (Adelaide, S.A.). 1950, Gilbert & Sullivan opera season [theatre program] : The gondoliers J. C. Williamson Ltd [Adelaide]

Arrangement

Pantomime material is arranged in the Library's PROMPT collection alphabetically by title. Each sequence is then chronological by year and then by month, week or day with all dates based on evidence in the programs, posters or other related ephemera.

Entries in this finding aid are listed chronologically by performance date, then sorted alphabetically by title of production and then place of performance. Holdings are then detailed as follows: Year Venue/Theatre (Place, Country); Pantomime, date featured Australian performer/s] in '[roles]' and related material held

Item Descriptions

Series. 1981

Royal Shakespeare Theatre (Stratford-upon Avon England); The Swan Down Gloves in panto, 1981 (File)

Featuring Jonathan Hyde as 'Tom Nightwork'. Program.

Series. 1981 - 1982

New Palace Theatre (Plymouth, Devon England); Jack and the beanstalk, 26 December 1981 (File)

Featuring Allen Christie as 'The Court Chamberlain'. Program.

Series. 1988 - 1989

Hull New Theatre (Hull, England); Mother Goose, 15 December 1988 - 28 January 1989 (File)

Featuring Rolf Harris as 'Rough Rolf'. Program.

Series. 1989

Charter Theatre (Preston, Lancashire England); Cinderella, December 1989 (File)

Featuring Guy Pearce as 'Dandini' and Tony Monopoly as 'Prince Charming'. Program.

Series. 199[?]

Sunderland Empire Theatre (England); Aladdin, 199?; 16 December-9 January (File)

Featuring Kate Ritchie, Tina Thomsen and Benjamin Mitchell. Colour photocopy only.

Series. 1990-1991

Charter Theatre (Preston, Lancashire England); Mother Goose, 13 December 1990 (File)

Featuring Lynda Hartley as 'Jill' and Kristian Schmid as 'Colin'. 1 flyer (colour print out).

Theatre Royal (Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 20 December 1990 - 19 January 1991 (File)

Featuring Jessica Muschamp as 'Snow White' and Fiona Spence as 'The Wicked Queen'. Program and flyer and colour print out.

De Montfort Hall (Leicester, Leicestershire England); Cinderella, 22 December 1990 - 12 January 1991 (File)

Featuring Nicolle Dickson as 'Cinderella' and Alex Papps as 'Buttons'. Program and flyer.

Series. 1991-1992

De Montford Hall Theatre (Leicester, Leicestershire England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, December 1991 - January 1992 (File)

Featuring Linda Hartley as 'Snow White', Mat Stevenson as 'Prince Danilo' and Kristian Schmid as 'Muddles'. Program.

Empire Theatre (Sunderland, Northumberland England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 13 December 1991 - 5 January 1992 (File)

Featuring Alex Papps as 'Muddles', Nicolle Dickson as 'Snow White' and Mark Little as 'Scuddles'. Program and flyer.

Towngate Theatre (Basildon, England); Cinderella, 5 December 1991 - 4 January 1992 (File)

Featuring Vanessa Downing as 'Fairy Godmother'. Program and flyer.

The Beck Theatre (Hayes, Middlesex England); Dick Whittington and his cat, 7 December 1991 - 18 January 1992 (File)

Featuring Lucinda Cowden as 'Dick Whittington'. Program and flyer.

City Varieties Music Hall (Leeds, West Yorkshire England); Pinocchio, 19 December 1991 - 18 January 1992 (File)

Featuring Debra Lawrance. Program and flyer.

Theatre Royal Hanley (Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire England); Aladdin, 19 December 1991 - 17 January 1992 (File)

Featuring Greg Benson as 'Aladdin' and Fiona Spence as 'The Empress'. Program, 2 flyers (one colour print out) and puzzle sheet.

Apollo Theatre (Oxford, Oxfordshire England); Cinderella, 20 December 1991 - 26 January 1992 (File)

Featuring Emily Symons as 'Cinderella' and Guy Pearce as 'Buttons'. Program.

Pavilion Theatre (Weymouth, Dorset England); Babes in the wood, 21 December 1991 - 11 January 1992 (File)

Featuring Peter Vroom as 'Eddie, the Good Robber'. Program and flyer.

Theatre Royal (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire England); Cinderella, 21 December 1991 - 8 February 1992 (File)

Featuring Anne Charleston as 'Fairy Godmother'. Program and flyer.

Hippodrome (Birmingham, England); Cinderella, 24 December 1991 - 29 February 1992 (File)

Featuring Ian Smith as 'Baron Hardup'. Program and flyer.

Series. 1992-1993

Charter Theatre (Preston, Lancashire England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 11 December 1992 (File)

Featuring Ian Williams as 'The Prince'. Flyer (colour print out).

Theatre Royal, Hanley (Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire England); Dick Whittington, 17 December 1992 (File)

Featuring Anne Charleston as 'Fairy Bow Bells' and Ian Smith as 'King Rat'. Program and flyer (colour print out).

De Montfort Hall (Leicester, Leicestershire England); Peter Pan, December 1992 (File)

Featuring Kristian Schmid as 'Peter Pan'. Signed program.

Marlowe Theatre (Canterbury, Kent England); Aladdin, 12 December 1992 (File)

Featuring Lucinda Cowden as 'Aladdin'. Program.

Theatre Royal, Hanley (Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire England); Dick Whittington, 17 December 1992 (File)

Featuring Anne Charleston as 'Fairy Bow Bells' and Ian Smith as 'King Rat'. Program and flyer.

Theatre Royal (Bath, Somerset England); Cinderella, 17 December 1992 - 31 January 1993 (File)

Featuring Rolf Harris as 'Buttons'. Program.

Princess Theatre (Torquay, Devon England); Cinderella, 18 December 1992 - 31 January 1993 (File)

Featuring Melissa Bell as 'Cinderella' and Maggie Dence as 'Fairy Godmother'. Program and flyer.

Wimbledon Theatre (Wimbledon, England); Goldilocks and the Three Bears, 18 December 1992 - 31 January 1993 (File)

Featuring Ray Meagher as 'The Ringmaster'. Program.

Empire Theatre (Liverpool, Lancashire England); Dick Whittington, 18 December 1992 - 31 January 1993 (File)

Featuring Gayle and Gillian Blakeney as 'Alice Fitzwarren and her Magical Fairy Protector'. Program.

Bristol Hippodrome (Bristol England); Jack and the beanstalk, 18 December 1992 - 31 January 1993 (File)

Featuring Emily Symons as 'Princess Marilyn'. Program.

Corn Exchange Theatre (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 22 December 1992 - 15 January 1993 (File)

Featuring Dee Smart as 'Snow White' and Bruce Roberts as 'Prince Charming'. Program.

Series. 1993-1994

(England); Peter Pan, 1993 - 1994 (File)

Featuring Lucinda Cowden as 'Peter Pan' produced by Pantoni Productions Ltd. General program, possibly for general distribution at all venues.

Lewisham Arts Council (Lewisham, England); Cinderella, December 1993 (File)

Featuring Betty Benfield as 'Fairy Godmother' and Rolf Harris as 'Buttons'. Program.

Charter Theatre (Preston, Lancashire England); Jack and the beanstalk, 10 December 1993 - 1994 (File)

Featuring Ashley Paske as 'Jack'. Program.

Orchard Theatre (Dartford, Kent England); Jack and the beanstalk, 11 December 1993 - 15 January 1994 (File)

Featuring Kristian Schmid as 'Jack'. Program.

Horsham Arts Centre (Horsham England); Cinderella, 15 December 1993 - 8 February 1994 (File)

Featuring Alistair MacDougall as 'Dandini'. Program.

Wimbledon Theatre (Wimbledon, London England); Jack and the beanstalk, 16 December 1993 - 30 January 1994 (File)

Featuring Stefan Dennis as 'Jack Trot'. Program and theatre brochure.

Pavilion Theatre (Rhyl, North Wales); Cinderella, 16 December 1993 - 8 January 1994 (File)

Featuring Gayle and Gillian Blakeney as 'Prince Dandini'. Program.

Swansea Grand Theatre (Swansea, West Glamorgan Wales); Sleeping beauty, 16 December 1993 - 30 January 1994 (File)

Featuring Bruce Roberts as 'Prince Charming'. Program.

New Victoria Theatre (Woking, Surrey England); Aladdin, 16 December 1993 - 30 January 1994 (File)

Featuring Ray Meagher as 'Abanazer'. Program.

Theatre Royal (Plymouth, Devon England); Jack and the beanstalk, 17 December 1993 - 5 February 1994 (File)

Featuring Rolf Harris as 'Simple Simon'. Program.

The Marlowe (Canterbury, Kent England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 17 December 1993 - 16 January 1994 (File)

Featuring Natalie Imbruglia as 'Snow White' and Kate Gorman as 'Fairy Snowflake'. Spike Milligan was billed to appear but didn't due to illness. Flyer.

New Theatre (Hull, Kent England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 17 December 1993 - 22 January 1994 (File)

Featuring Dee Smart as 'Snow White'. Program.

Broadway Theatre (Barking, England); Aladdin, 18 December 1993 - 9 January 1994 (File)

Featuring Les Hill as 'Wishee Washee'. Program.

De Montfort Hall Theatre (Leicester, Leicestershire England); Aladdin and his wonderful lamp, 20 December 1993 - 9 January 1994 (File)

Featuring Rebekah Elmaloglou as 'Aladdin'. Flyer.

Grand Opera House (York, North Yorkshire England); Cinderella, 20 December 1993 - 16 January 1994 (File)

Featuring Anne Charleston as 'Fairy Godmother'. Program and photograph.

New Theatre (Cardiff, South Wales); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 23 December 1993 - 29 January 1994 (File)

Featuring Emily Symons as 'Snow White'. Program.

Tameside Hippodrome (Ashton under Lyne, England); Aladdin, 24 December 1993 - 22 January 1994 (File)

Featuring Simone Robertson as 'Aladdin'. Program.

King Georges Hall (Blackburn, England); Beauty and the Beast, 27 December 1993 - 16 January 1994 (File)

Featuring Ross Newton as 'Philippe/The Beast'. Program, flyer and photograph.

Pavilion Theatre (Weymouth, Dorset England); Cinderella, 27 December 1993 - 9 January 1994 (File)

Featuring Nicolle Dickson as 'Cinderella' and Alex Papps as 'Buttons'. Program.

The Mayflower (Southampton, Hampshire England); Cinderella, 27 December 1993 - 9 January 1994 (File)

Featuring Ian Smith as 'Baron Hardup'. Program, flyer and press release.

Pomegranate Theatre (Chesterfield, Derbyshire England); Beast, 22 March 1994 - 26 March 1994 (File)

Featuring Benjamin Mitchell as 'The Beast'. Colour photocopy only.

Series. 1994-1995

Theatre Royal (Stratford East, England); Sleeping beauty, 3 December 1994 - 28 January 1995 (File)

Featuring Darlene Johnson as 'Maultash'. Program.

Eden Court Theatre (Inverness, Scotland); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 8 December 1994 - 7 January 1995 (File)

Featuring Rebekah Elmaloglou as 'Snow White'. Program, poster and flyer.

Charter Theatre (Preston, Lancashire England); Cinderella, 9 December 1994 - 7 January 1995 (File)

Featuring Benjamin Grant Mitchell as 'Prince Charming'. Flyer.

Gordon Craig Theatre (Stevenage, Hertfordshire England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 9 December 1994 - 21 January 1995 (File)

Featuring Maggie Dence as 'The Wicked Queen'. Program.

Theatre Royal, Hanley (Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire England); Dick Whittington, 10 December 1994 - 14 January 1995 (File)

Featuring Anne Charleston as 'Fairy Bow Bells'. Program.

Wycombe Swan Theatre (High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire England); Dick Whittington, 10 December 1994 - 14 January 1995 (File)

Featuring Kristian Schmid as 'Dick Whittington'. Program and flyer.

Derngate Theatre (Northampton, England); Dick Whittington and his wonderful cat, 10 December 1994 - 22 January 1995 (File)

Featuring Gillian Blakeney as 'Alice Fitzwarren'. Program, flyer, poster and press release.

The Beck Theatre (Hayes, Middlesex England); Beauty and the Beast, 14 December 1994 - 15 January 1995 (File)

Featuring John Adam as 'Philippe/The Beast'. Program, flyer and photograph.

Wimbledon Theatre (Wimbledon, England); Cinderella, 16 December 1994 - 29 January 1995 (File)

Featuring Rolf Harris as 'Baron'. Program and flyer.

Civic Theatre (Barnesley, South Yorkshire England); Dick Whittington, 17 December 1994 - 8 January 1995 (File)

Richard Norton as 'Captain Barnacle Bill'. Program flyer.

Corn Exchange Theatre (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire England); Cinderella, 17 December 1994 - 14 January 1995 (File)

Featuring Simone Robertson as 'Cinderella' and Ross Newton as 'Buttons'. Christmas season special souvenir program and flyer.

Grand Theatre (Wolverhampton, England); Cinderella, 17 December 1994 - 5 February 1995 (File)

Featuring Bruce Roberts as 'Prince Charming'. Program and flyer.

Hippodrome Theatre (Birmingham, England); Jack and the beanstalk, 22 December 1994 - 25 February 1995 (File)

Featuring Ray Meagher as 'King Crumble'. Program, brochure and flyer.

Lyceum (Sheffield, England); Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 22 December 1994 - 29 January 1995 (File)

Featuring Emily Symons as 'Snow White'. Program.

Grand Theatre (Blackpool, Lancashire England); New adventures of Peter Pan, 23 December 1994 - 14 January 1995 (File)

Featuring Stefan Dennis as 'Peter Pan'. Program.

Pavilion Theatre (Weymouth, Dorset England); Peter Pan, 27 December 1994 - 8 January 1995 (File)

Featuring Terence Donovan as 'Smee'. Program.

Bristol Hippodrome (Bristol, England); Peter Pan, 14 February 1995 - 18 February 1995 (File)

Featuring Karen Chatwin as 'Black Bess'. Theatre Program and Tour program.

The Grand Theatre & Opera House (Leeds, England); Peter Pan, 14 March 1995 - 18 March 1995 (File)

Featuring Karen Chatwin as 'Black Bess'. Theatre Program and Tour program.

The Palace Theatre (Manchester, England); Peter Pan, 21 March 1995 - 25 March 1995 (File)

Featuring Karen Chatwin as 'Black Bess'. Theatre Program and Tour program.

New Victoria Theatre (Woking, England); Peter Pan, 18 April 1995 - 22 April 1995 (File)

Featuring Karen Chatwin as 'Black Bess'. Theatre Program and Tour program.

Apollo Theatre (Oxford, England); Peter Pan, 25 April 1995 - 29 April 1995 (File)

Featuring Karen Chatwin as 'Black Bess'. Theatre Program and Tour program.

Series. 1995-1996

Little Theatre (Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire England); Aladdin, 7 December 1995 - 6 January 1996 (File)

Featuring Lucinda Cowden as 'Aladdin'. Program and theatre brochure.

Tameside Hippodrome (Ashton-under-Lyne, England); Beauty and the Beast, 14 December 1995 - 15 January 1996 (File)

Featuring John Adam as 'Philippe/The Beast'. Program.

The Anvil (Basingstoke, Hampshire England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 14 December 1995 - 13 January 1996 (File)

Featuring Emily Symons as 'Snow White'. Program, flyer, review and cuttings (various).

Wycombe Swan Theatre (High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 14 December 1995 - 13 January 1996 (File)

Featuring Bruce Samazan as 'Muddles the Jester'. Program, flyer and photograph.

Kings Theatre (Southsea, Hampshire England); Cinderella, 14 December 1995 - 13 January 1996 (File)

Featuring Craig Beamer as 'Prince Charming'. Program, press cuttings, poster and flyer.

Grand Theatre (Swansea, West Glamorgan Wales); Jack and the beanstalk, 14 December 1995 - 4 February 1996 (File)

Featuring Dan Falzon as 'Jack'. Program, flyer, poster, press release, subscription booklet and review.

Brighton Dome (Brighton, East Sussex England); Dick Whittington, 15 December 1995 - 7 January 1996 (File)

Featuring Lynne McGranger as 'Fairy Bowbells'. Program, 2 flyers, (one a colour print out) and subscription booklet.

Theatre Royal (Plymouth, Devon England); Mother Goose, 15 December 1995 - 3 February 1996 (File)

Featuring Terence Donovan as 'The Squire'. Program, poster and flyer.

Brighton Dome (Brighton, East Sussex England); Dick Whittington, 15 December 1995 - 7 January 1996 (File)

Featuring Lynne McGranger as 'Fairy Bowbells'. Program, flyer and subscription booklet.

Richmond Theatre (Richmond, Surrey England); Cinderella, 15 December 1995 - 27 January 1996 (File)

Featuring Bruce Roberts as 'Prince Charming'. Program, flyer and subscription details.

Mayflower (Southampton, Hampshire England); Jack and the beanstalk, 15 December 1995 - 4 February 1996 (File)

Featuring Ray Meagher as 'The King'. Poster, flyer and media release.

Grand Theatre (Wolverhampton, England); Goldilocks and the Three Bears, 15 December 1995 - 11 February 1996 (File)

Featuring Kimberley Davies. Flyer.

The Cambridge Corn Exchange Theatre (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire England); Aladdin, 16 December 1995 - 14 January 1996 (File)

Featuring Alex Dimitriades as 'Aladdin'. Program, flyer, poster and press releases.

Hippodrome Theatre (Birmingham, England); Cinderella, 21 December 1995 - 17 February 1996 (File)

Featuring Rolf Harris as 'Baron Hardup'. Program, press release and flyers.

Theatre Royal (Bath, Somerset England); Sleeping beauty, 21 December 1995 - 28 January 1996 (File)

Featuring Julie Mullins as 'Sleeping Beauty'. Program.

Queens Hall (Widnes, Cheshire England); Dick Whittington, 9 January 1996 - 14 January 1996 (File)

Featuring Lynne McGranger as 'Fairy Bowbells'. Flyer (colour print out).

Series. 1996-1997

North Wales Theatre (Llandudno, North Wales); Cinderella, 13 December 1996 (File)

Featuring Kym Valentine as 'Cinderella' and Rod Hull & Emu as 'Baron Hardup'. Program.

Richmond Theatre (Richmond, Surrey England); Cinderella, December 1996 - January 1997 (File)

Featuring Bruce Roberts 'Prince Charming'. Theatre season program.

The Place, Oakengates Theatre (Telford, England); Dick Whittington and his fabulous cat, 13 December 1996 - 4 January 1997 (File)

Featuring Richard Grieve as 'Dick Whittington'. Program.

Charter Theatre (Preston, Lancashire England); Dick Whittington and his wonderful cat, 13 December 1996 - 4 January 1997 (File)

Featuring Anthony Engelman as 'Dick Whittington'. Program and brochure.

Chichester Festival Theatres (Chichester, England); Cinderella, 13 December 1996 - 12 January 1997 (File)

Featuring Ray Meagher as 'Baron Hardup'. Program and flyer.

New Victoria Theatre (Woking, Surrey England); Cinderella, 13 December 1996 - 12 January 1997 (File)

Featuring Rolf Harris as 'Baron Hardup'. Theatre season program.

Theatre Royal (Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland England); Aladdin, 13 December 1996 - 18 January 1997 (File)

Featuring Felice Arena as 'Aladdin'. Program, flyer and photograph.

Epsom Playhouse (Epsom, Surrey England); Sleeping beauty, 14 December 1996 - 4 January 1997 (File)

Featuring Anne Charleston as 'Fairy Caraboose'. Program and flyers.

Swansea Grand Theatre (Swansea, West Glamorgan Wales); Robin Hood, 19 December 1996 - 2 February 1997 (File)

Featuring Sarah Vandenbergh as 'Maid Marion'. Program, poster, photograph and flyer.

White Rock Theatre (Hastings, Sussex England); Aladdin, 21 December 1996 - 12 January 1997 (File)

Featuring Carl Richards as 'The Vizier'. Program.

Series. 1997-1998

Princess Theatre (Torquay, Devon England); Jack and the beanstalk, 11 December 1997 - 4 January 1998 (File)

Featuring Lynne McGranger as 'Fairy Peapod'. Flyers and photograph.

Theatre Royal (Nottingham, England); Cinderella, 11 December 1997 - 25 January 1998 (File)

Featuring Bruce Roberts as 'Prince Charming'. Program, flyer, photo and press release.

Alhambra Theatre (Bradford, England); Jack and the beanstalk, 13 December 1997 - 11 January 1998 (File)

Featuring Emma Roche as 'Angelica the Fairy'. Program.

The Hexagon (Reading, England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 13 December 1997 - 11 January 1998 (File)

Featuring Bernard Curry as 'The Prince'. Program, flyer, poster and cuttings.

Harlequin Theatre (Redhill, Surrey England); Jack and the beanstalk, 13 December 1997 - 11 January 1998 (File)

Featuring Sarah Vandenbergh as 'Princess Jill'. Program, flyer and photographs.

Grand Theatre (Wolverhampton, England); Aladdin, 13 December 1997 - 8 February 1998 (File)

Featuring Anthony Engelman as 'Aladdin'. 2 program plus flyers, brochure and poster.

Empire Theatre (Sunderland, England); Cinderella, 15 December 1997 - 10 January 1998 (File)

Featuring Benjie McNair as 'Prince Charming'. Program, flyer, poster, photograph and cuttings.

Pavilion Theatre (Worthing, West Sussex England); Robinson Crusoe, 17 December 1997 - 4 January 1998 (File)

Featuring Tom Oliver as 'Kalebus'. Program, cuttings, brochures and flyers.

Towngate Theatre Poole Arts Centre (Poole England); Cinderella, 17 December 1997 - 17 January 1998 (File)

Featuring Richard Norton as 'Buttons'. Program.

Towngate Theatre (Poole, Dorset England); Cinderella, 17 December 1997 - 17 January 1998 (File)

Featuring Richard Norton as 'Buttons'. Program, poster and flyer.

Assembly Hall (Tunbridge Wells, Kent England); Aladdin, 18 December 1997 - 4 January 1998 (File)

Featuring Isla Fisher as 'Princess Jasmine'. Program, flyer, cuttings and poster.

Theatre Royal (Norwich, Norfolk England); Babes in the woods, 20 December 1997 - 24 January 1998 (File)

Featuring Lucinda Cowden as 'Robin Hood'. Program and small poster.

Hippodrome Theatre (Birmingham, England); Goldilocks and the Three Bears, 2 December 1997 - 14 February 1998 (File)

Featuring Emily Symons as 'Goldilocks'. Program, photograph and poster.

Series. 1998-1999

White Rock Theatre (Hastings, Sussex England); Peter Pan, 10 December 1998 - 3 January 1999 (File)

Featuring Jesse Spencer as 'Peter Pan'. Program and flyer.

Connaught Theatre (Worthing, West Sussex England); Aladdin, 11 December 1998 - 10 January 1999 (File)

Featuring Mark Little as 'Wishee Washee'. Program, flyer, brochure and poster.

Grand Opera House (York, North Yorkshire England); Jack and the beanstalk, 17 December 1998 - 10 January 1999 (File)

Featuring Lynne McGranger as 'Fairy Peapod'. Program and flyer.

The Mayflower Theatre (Southampton, Hampshire England); Goldilocks and the Three Bears, 17 December 1998 - 14 February 1999 (File)

Featuring Emily Symons as 'Goldilocks'. Program and flyer.

Cliffs Pavilion (Southend, Essex England); Cinderella, 18 December 1998 - 16 January 1999 (File)

Featuring Ray Meagher as 'Baron Hardup'. Program, flyer, poster, cutting and other ephemera.

Beck Theatre (Hayes, Middlesex England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 18 December 1998 - 16 January 1999 (File)

Featuring Kym Valentine as 'Snow White'. Flyer.

Palace Theatre (Manchester, England); Cinderella, 18 December 1998 - 24 January 1999 (File)

Featuring Isla Fisher as 'Cinderella'. Program, flyer and poster.

Pavilion Theatre (Weymouth, Dorset England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 19 December 1998 - 9 January 1999 (File)

Featuring Anne Charleston as 'The Wicked Queen'. Program, flyer and copies of clippings.

Playhouse (Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset England); Aladdin, 21 December 1998 - 17 January 1999 (File)

Featuring Stefan Dennis as 'Abanazar'. Program and photo.

Grand Pavilion (Porthcawl, South Wales); Peter Pan, 26 December 1998 - 17 January 1999 (File)

Featuring Lucinda Cowden as 'Mrs Darling/Tiger Lily'. Flyer and cutting.

Series. 1999-2000

Grand Opera House (Belfast, Northern Ireland); Peter Pan, 26 November 1999 - 15 January 2000 (File)

Featuring Ray Meagher as 'Captain Hook'. Program, flyer, poster and review.

Gordon Craig Theatre (Stevenage, Hertfordshire England); Aladdin, 3 December 1999 - 30 January 2000 (File)

Featuring Marcel Bracks as 'Wishee Washee'. Program, flyer, media portfolio and review.

The Playhouse (Salisbury, Wiltshire England); Cinderella, 4 December 1999 - 15 January 2000 (File)

Featuring Stan Pretty as 'Baron Hardup'. Program, press release, photographs and review.

The Tyne Theatre (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland England); Sleeping beauty, 9 December 1999 - 9 January 2000 (File)

Featuring Kate Ritchie. Flyer and review.

Komedia (Brighton, East Sussex England); Beauty and the Beast, 10 December 1999 - 9 January 2000 (File)

Featuring Mark Little as 'The Beast'. Flyer, review and subscription booklet.

White Rock Theatre (Hastings, Sussex England); Cinderella, 11 December 1999 - 3 January 2000 (File)

Featuring Tom Oliver as 'Baron Hardup'. Program, flyer and review.

The Victoria Theatre (Halifax, West Yorkshire England); Jack and the beanstalk, 15 December 1999 - 3 January 2000 (File)

Featuring Daniel MacPherson as 'Jack'. Program, flyer, press release and review.

North Wales Theatre (Llandudno, North Wales); Aladdin, 15 December 1999 - 8 January 2000 (File)

Featuring Alan Fletcher as 'Abanazar'. Flyer.

Assembly Hall Theatre (Tunbridge Wells, Kent England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 16 December 1999 - 2 January 2000 (File)

Featuring Benjie McNair as 'The Prince'. Program, flyer and review.

The Playhouse (Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 16 December 1999 - 2 January 2000 (File)

Featuring Anne Charleston as 'Queen Grizelda'. 2 programs plus posters (2 sizes) and review.

Grand Theatre (Wolverhampton, England); Jack and the beanstalk, 16 December 1999 - 27 February 2000 (File)

Jesse Spencer as 'Jack Trott'. Program, flyer, poster, stickers and review.

Wyvern Theatre (Swindon, Wiltshire England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 17 December 1999 - 15 January 2000 (File)

Featuring Jacinta Stapleton as 'Snow White'. Program, flyer, poster, postcard, subscription booklet (2 season) and review.

Beck Theatre (Hayes, Middlesex England); Aladdin, 17 December 1999 - 15 January 2000 (File)

Featuring Ian Rawlings as 'Wishee Washee'. Program, flyer, and photograph with Trader Faulkner.

Woodville Halls (Gravesend, Kent England); Jack and the beanstalk, 18 December 1999 - 8 January 2000 (File)

Featuring Scott Jones as 'Jack Trott' and Chelsea Blake as 'Princess Marigold'. Program, flyer, poster and review.

Arts Link (Camberley, Surrey England); Dick Whittington, 18 December 1999 - 9 January 2000 (File)

Featuring Sarah Vandenbergh as 'Alice Fitzwarren'. Program, posters, flyer, subscription booklet and review.

Series. 2000-2001

Civic Theatre (Darlington, England); Cinderella, 6 December 2000 - 21 January 2001 (File)

Featuring Ray Meagher as 'Baron Hardup'. Program, flyer, poster, review and advertisements.

Marlowe Theatre (Canterbury, Kent England); Cinderella, 7 December 2000 - 7 January 2001 (File)

Featuring Daniel MacPherson as 'Prince Charming'. Program, flyer, poster, review, autograph sheet and advertisement.

Hackney Empire Theatre (Hackney, London England); Mother Goose, 8 December 2000 - 8 January 2001 (File)

Featuring Alison Jiear as 'Charity'. Flyer and press cutting.

Tameside Hippodrome (Ashton under Lyne, England); Aladdin, 8 December 2000 - 8 January 2001 (File)

Featuring Lynne McGranger as 'The Genie of the Ring'. Theatre brochure, flyer (colour print out).

Ashcroft Theatre (Croyden, Surrey England); Jack and the beanstalk, 8 December 2000 - 8 January 2001 (File)

Featuring Kate Ritchie as 'Princess Tamara'. Program, flyer, poster, press release and review.

The Gatehouse Theatre (Stafford, Staffordshire England); Dick Whittington and his amazing cat, 13 December 2000 - 13 January 2001 (File)

Featuring Andrew Bibby as 'Dick Whittington'. Program, flyer, poster, review and advertisement.

Harlequin Theatre (Redhill, Surrey England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 13 December 2000 - 13 January 2001 (File)

Featuring Anne Charleston as 'The Wicked Queen'. Program, flyer, poster and review.

Lyceum Theatre (Sheffield, England); Peter Pan, 14 December 2000 - 14 January 2001 (File)

Featuring Alan Fletcher as 'Captain Hook'. Program, flyers, press release, cutting, photo.

The Mayflower (Southampton, Hampshire England); Dick Whittington, 14 December 2000 - 14 January 2001 (File)

Featuring Kate Ritchie as 'Alice Fitzwarren'. Program, flyer, posters and review.

Princess Theatre (Torquay, Devon England); Dick Whittington, 15 December 2000 - 15 January 2001 (File)

Featuring Ian Smith as 'Alderman Fitzwarren'. Program, flyer and review.

Pavilion Theatre (Worthing, West Sussex England); Snow White, 15 December 2000 - 15 January 2001 (File)

Featuring Stephen James King and Jackie Woodburne. Flyer, review and press cutting.

Wyvern Theatre (Swindon, Wiltshire England); Aladdin, 15 December 2000 - 15 January 2001 (File)

Featuring Aleetza Wood as 'Aladdin'. Program and flyer.

Grand Theatre (Swansea, West Glamorgan Wales); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 15 December 2000 - 15 January 2001 (File)

Featuring Jansen Spencer as 'The Prince'. Program, poster, flyer and review.

Ferneham Hall Theatre (Fareham, Hants. England); Peter Pan, 19 December 2000 - 19 January 2001 (File)

Featuring Michael Piccirilli as 'Pirate Starkey'. Flyer, review and biographical article.

Series. 2001-2002

Theatre Royal Stratford East (London, England); Aladdin, 1 December 2001 - 26 January 2002 (File)

Featuring Darlene Johnson as 'The Genie of the Ring'. Program, flyer and cutting.

His Majesty's Theatre (Aberdeen, Scotland); Cinderella, 7 December 2001 - 5 January 2002 (File)

Featuring Jansen Spencer as 'Prince Charming'. Program, flyer, poster and review.

Lyceum Theatre (Crewe, Cheshire England); Cinderella, 7 December 2001 - 5 January 2002 (File)

Featuring Stephen James King as 'Prince Charming'. Flyer and program.

The Shaw Theatre (London, England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 7 December 2001 - 6 January 2002 (File)

Featuring Ian Williams as 'Prince Rupert'. Program, flyer, poster, review and advertisement letter.

Tameside Hippodrome (Ashton under Lyne, England); Cinderella, 12 December 2001 - 6 January 2002 (File)

Featuring Jonathan Dutton as 'Dandini'. Program, 1 flyer, 1 colour print out and review.

Connaught Theatre (Worthing, West Sussex England); Jack and the beanstalk, 12 December 2001 - 13 January 2002 (File)

Featuring Mark Little as 'Silly Billy'. Program and review.

Grand Opera House (York, North Yorkshire England); Dick Whittington, 13 December 2001 - 6 January 2002 (File)

Featuring Anne Charleston as 'Queen Rat'. Flyer.

Central Hall Theatre (Chatham, Kent England); Peter Pan, 13 December 2001 - 6 January 2002 (File)

Featuring Brendan McKensey. Flyer, poster, review.

The Hawth (Crawley, West Sussex England); Jack and the beanstalk, 14 December 2001 - 5 January 2002 (File)

Featuring Dan Paris as 'Jack Trott'. Program and flyer.

The Beck Theatre (Hayes, Middlesex England); Dick Whittington, 14 December 2001 - 12 January 2002 (File)

Featuring Elisha Gazdowicz as 'Dick Whittington' and Ryan Moloney as 'Idle Jack'. Flyer, postcard and clipping.

Pavilion Theatre (Worthing, West Sussex England); Cinderella, 14 December 2001 - 6 January 2002 (File)

Featuring Kylie Watson as 'Dandini'. Program and press cutting.

Grand Opera House (York, North Yorkshire England); Dick Whittington, 14 December 2001 - 20 January 2002 (File)

Featuring Anne Charleston as 'Queen Rat'. Flyer.

The Stag (Sevenoaks, England); Cinderella, 15 December 2001 - 6 January 2002 (File)

Featuring Josephine Clark as 'Cinderella'. Program, flyer, media kit, review and press cutting.

Ferneham Hall Theatre (Fareham, Hants. England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 19 December 2001 - 6 January 2002 (File)

Featuring Judy Nunn as 'The Wicked Queen'. Poster, flyer, review and cutting.

Kings Theatre (Southsea, Hampshire England); Cinderella, 20 December 2001 - 13 January 2002 (File)

Featuring Krista Vendy as 'Cinderella'. Program and flyer.

Wycombe Swan Theatre (High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire England); Cinderella, 13 November 2002 - 19 January 2003 (File)

Featuring Sally Bourne as 'Fairy Godmother'. Program.

Gordon Craig Theatre (Stevenage, Hertfordshire England); Cinderella, 30 November 2002 - 2 February 2003 (File)

Featuring Stephen Hunt as 'Prince Charming'. Program, flyer, review and small poster.

Marlowe Theatre (Canterbury, Kent England); Dick Whittington, 5 December 2002 - 19 January 2003 (File)

Featuring Blair McDonough as 'Dick Whittington'. Program, autograph sheet and review.

The Orchard Theatre (Dartford, Kent England); Jack and the beanstalk, 6 December 2002 - 12 January 2003 (File)

Featuring Shane Connor as 'The King of Ambrosius'. Program, signed portrait and flyer, subscription booklet, review and poster.

Tameside Hippodrome (Ashton-under-Lynne, Greater Manchester); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 11 December 2002 - 5 January 2003 (File)

Featuring Benn Steel as 'The Prince'. Flyer (colour print out).

Alban Arena (St. Albans, Herts. England); Jack and the beanstalk, 12 December 2002 - 5 January 2003 (File)

Featuring Alan Fletcher as 'Fleshcreep'. Program and flyer.

Princess Theatre (Torquay, Devon England); Jack and the beanstalk, 13 December 2002 - 5 January 2003 (File)

Featuring Jonathan Dutton as 'Jack Trott'. Program, flyer, colour print out, review and photographs.

The Hawth Theatre (Crawley, West Sussex England); Peter Pan, 13 December 2002 - 5 January 2003 (File)

Featuring Kym Valentine as 'Peter Pan'. Program, review and poster.

Kings Theatre (Southsea, Hampshire England); Dick Whittington, 20 December 2002 - 12 January 2003 (File)

Featuring Mark Raffety as 'King Rat'. Program and flyer.

Grand Theatre (Wolverhampton, England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 21 December 2002 - 23 January 2003 (File)

Featuring Dan Paris as 'The Prince'. Program, poster, flyer, colour photograph, review and articles.

New Theatre (Hull, Kent England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 13 December 2002 - 18 January 2003 (File)

Featuring Jansen Spencer as 'Prince Paul'. Program x 2 and flyer.

Fareham Hall (Fareham, Hants. England); Aladdin, 18 December 2002 - 5 January 2003 (File)

Featuring Paige Alcock as 'Princess Jasmine'. Program, review and flyer.

Series. 2003-2004

Tameside Hippodrome (Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester England); Dick Whittington, 10 December 2003 - 4 January 2004 (File)

Featuring Mark Raffety as 'King Rat'. Flyer (colour print out).

Grand Opera House (York, North Yorkshire England); Jack and the beanstalk, 11 December 2003 - 4 January 2004 (File)

Featuring Lynne McGranger as 'Witch Blackweed'. Program and flyer.

Southport Theatre (Southport, Merseyside England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 11 December 2003 - 11 January 2004 (File)

Featuring Ben Steel as 'The Prince'. Program, flyer and poster.

Alban Arena (St. Albans, Herts. England); Cinderella, 11 December 2003 - 4 January 2004 (File)

Featuring Carla Bonner as 'Cinderella'. Program, poster and flyer.

Princess Theatre (Torquay, Devon England); Cinderella, 12 December 2003 - 4 January 2004 (File)

Featuring Maggie Millar as 'Fairy Godmother'. Program, poster and flyer.

Kings Theatre (Southsea, Hampshire England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 12 December 2003 - 4 January 2004 (File)

Featuring Jansen Spencer as 'The Huntsman'. Program, poster and flyer.

The Central Theatre (Chatham, Kent England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 12 December 2003 - 4 January 2004 (File)

Featuring Jaime Robbie Reyne as 'The Prince'. Program, poster and flyer.

Grand Theatre (Swansea, West Glamorgan Wales); Cinderella, 18 December 2003 - 18 January 2004 (File)

Featuring Dan Paris as 'The Prince'. Program and flyer.

Queens Hall (Widnes, Cheshire England); Cinderella, 6 January 2004 - 11 January 2004 (File)

Featuring Maggie Millar as 'The Fairy Godmother'. Flyer (colour print out).

Series. 2004-2005

Grand Opera House (Belfast, Northern Ireland); Jack and the beanstalk, 27 November 2004 - 22 January 2005 (File)

Featuring Dan Paris as 'Jack Trott'. Program.

Crewe Lyceum (Crewe, Cheshire East England); Peter Pan, 3 December 2004 - 3 January 2005 (File)

Featuring Toby Hull & Emu as Pirates 'Starkey and Hutch'. Program.

Palace Theatre (Mansfield, Nottingham England); Dick Whittington, 4 December 2004 - 8 January 2005 (File)

Featuring Ray Meagher as 'King Rat'. Program.

Central Theatre (Chatham, Kent England); Cinderella, 9 December 2004 - 9 January 2005 (File)

Featuring Patrick Harvey as 'Prince Charming'. Program.

Lyceum Theatre (Sheffield, South Yorkshire England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 9 December 2004 - 15 January 2005 (File)

Featuring Spencer McLaren as 'The Prince'. Program.

Churchill Theatre (Bromley, Kent England); Aladdin, 9 December 2004 - 16 January 2005 (File)

Featuring Jay Bunyan as 'Aladdin'. Program.

The Princess Theatre (Torquay, Devon England); Snow White, 10 December 2004 - 2 January 2005 (File)

Featuring Mark Raffety as 'The Prince'. Program and 2 flyers (one colour print out).

Plaza Theatre (Stockport, England); Snow White, 10 December 2004 - 9 January 2005 (File)

Featuring Daniel Collopy as 'Prince Rupert'. Program and flyer.

Civic Hall (Bedworth, Warwickshire England); Peter Pan, 14 December 2004 - 4 January 2005 (File)

Featuring Lucinda Cowden as 'Peter Pan'. Program and flyer.

Stafford The Gatehouse Theatre (Stafford, Staffordshire England); Aladdin, 15 December 2004 - 8 January 2005 (File)

Featuring Bananas in Pyjamas. Program.

Festival Theatre (Malvern, Worcestershire England); Aladdin, 16 December 2004 - 9 January 2005 (File)

Featuring Alan Fletcher as 'Abanazar'. Program, flyer and cutting.

The Anvil (Basingstoke, Hampshire England); Jack and the beanstalk, 16 December 2004 - 9 January 2005 (File)

Featuring Anne Charleston as 'The Fairy'. Program.

Harlequin Theatre (Redhill, Surrey England); Snow White, 16 December 2004 - 9 January 2005 (File)

Featuring Richard Grieve as 'Prince Richard'. Program.

Series. 2005-2006

Regent Theatre (Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire England); Mother Goose, December 2005 - January 2006 (File)

Featuring Shane Connor as 'Demon of Discontent'. Program.

Marlowe Theatre (Canterbury, Kent England); Cinderella, 1 December 2005 - 29 January 2006 (File)

Featuring Ryan Moloney as 'Buttons'. Program.

The Old Vic Theatre (London, England); Aladdin, 7 December 2005 - 22 January 2006 (File)

A new version by Bille Brown featuring Roger Allam, Frances Barber and Sir Ian McKellen. Program.

Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre (Bournemouth, Dorset England); Aladdin, 10 December 2005 - 8 January 2006 (File)

Featuring Ray Meagher as 'Abanazar'. Program.

Gatehouse Theatre (Stafford, Staffordshire England); Cinderella, 14 December 2005 - 7 January 2006 (File)

Featuring Blair McDonough as 'Buttons'. Program.

Civic Theatre (Doncaster, England); Aladdin, 15 December 2005 - 8 January 2006 (File)

Featuring Lucinda Cowden as 'Aladdin'. Program and flyer.

Grand Opera House (York, North Yorkshire England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 15 December 2005 - 8 January 2006 (File)

Featuring Mark Raffety as 'The Prince'. Flyer (colour print out).

Queen's Theatre (Barnstaple, Essex England); Aladdin, 15 December 2005 - 8 January 2006 (File)

Featuring Stan Pretty as 'The Emperor of China'. Program.

Oakengates Theatre (Oakengates, Telford England); Dick Whittington and his fabulous cat, 15 December 2005 - 8 January 2006 (File)

Featuring Richard Grieve as 'Dick Whittington'. Program.

Series. 2006-2007

Marlowe Theatre (Canterbury, Kent England); Jack and the beanstalk, 30 November 2006 - 21 January 2007 (File)

Featuring Ben Nicholas as 'Jack'. Program and flyer.

The Gala Theatre (Durham, England); Peter Pan, 6 December 2006 - 7 January 2007 (File)

Featuring Lucinda Cowden as 'Peter Pan'. Program and flyer.

White Rock Theatre (Hastings, East Sussex England); Cinderella, 8 December 2006 - 31 December 2006 (File)

Featuring Lynne McGranger. Flyer (colour print out).

The Grand Theatre (Blackpool, Lancashire England); Dick Whittington, 8 December 2006 - 6 January 2007 (File)

Featuring Ray Meagher as 'King Rat'. Program, flyer and poster.

His Majesty's Theatre (Aberdeen, Scotland); Cinderella, 9 December 2006 - 6 January 2007 (File)

Featuring Dan O'Connor as 'The Prince'. Program, poster and flyer.

Pavilion (Bournemouth, England); Robin Hood and the babes in the Wood, 13 December 2006 - 7 January 2007 (File)

Featuring Anne Charleston as 'The Fairy'. Program and flyer.

Pavilion Theatre (Worthing, West Sussex England); Peter Pan and the pirates of Neverland, 13 December 2006 - 7 January 2007 (File)

Featuring Patrick Harvey as 'Starkey'. Flyer and poster.

Grand Theatre (Swansea, West Glamorgan Wales); Aladdin, 14 December 2006 - 14 January 2007 (File)

Featuring Mark Little as 'Abanazar'. Program and poster.

Series. 2007-2008

Lyceum Theatre (Crewe, Cheshire England); Beauty and the beast, 5 December 2007 - 5 January 2008 (File)

Featuring Lara Sacher as 'Belle'. Program, poster and flyer.

The Music Hall (Shrewsbury, Shropshire England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 6 December 2007 - 6 January 2008 (File)

Featuring Natalie Blair as 'Snow White'. Program and poster.

His Majesty's Theatre (Aberdeen, Scotland); Aladdin, 8 December 2007 - 5 January 2008 (File)

Featuring Stefan Dennis as 'Abanazar'. Program and flyer.

The Library Theatre (Luton, Bedfordshire England); Aladdin and his wonderful lamp, 12 December 2007 - 2 January 2008 (File)

Featuring Lucinda Cowden as 'Aladdin'. Program and flyer.

Kings Theatre (Southsea, Hampshire England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 12 December 2007 - 6 January 2008 (File)

Featuring Mark Raffety as 'Prince Valentine'. Program, flyer (colour print out).

Pavilion Theatre (Worthing, West Sussex England); Aladdin, 12 December 2007 - 6 January 2008 (File)

Featuring Mark Little as 'Abanazar'. Program, flyer and card.

Woodville Halls (Gravesend, Kent England); Aladdin and his magical lamp, 13 December 2007 - 30 December 2007 (File)

Featuring Paul O'Brien as 'Aladdin'. Program, flyer and poster.

The Broadway Theatre (Barking, England); Cinderella, 13 December 2007 - 12 January 2008 (File)

Featuring Richard Grieve as 'Prince Charming'. Program and flyer.

Sheffield Lyceum (Sheffield, South Yorkshire England); Cinderella, 13 December 2007 - 12 January 2008 (File)

Featuring Ryan Moloney as 'Buttons'. Program, poster and flyer.

Grand Opera House (York, North Yorkshire England); Cinderella, 14 December 2007 - 6 January 2008 (File)

Featuring Ian Smith. Flyer (colour print out).

Grand Theatre (Swansea, West Glamorgan Wales); Dick Whittington, 19 December 2007 - 20 January 2008 (File)

Featuring Ray Meagher as 'King Rat' and Anne Charleston as 'Fairy Bow Bells'. Program, flyer and poster.

Majestic Theatre (Retford, Nottinghamshire England); Aladdin and his magical lamp, 4 January 2008 - 9 January 2008 (File)

Featuring Paul O'Brien as 'Aladdin'. Program, flyer and poster.

Series. 2008-2009

Gordon Craig Theatre (Stevenage, Hertfordshire England); Jack and the beanstalk, 29 November 2008 - 25 January 2009 (File)

Featuring Ben Nicholas as 'Jack'. Program, flyer, poster and subscription booklet for Winter 2008.

Lyceum Theatre (Crewe, Cheshire England); Jack and the beanstalk, 3 December 2008 - 3 January 2009 (File)

Featuring Lynne McGranger as 'The Fairy'. Poster and flyer in 2 sizes.

His Majesty's Theatre (Aberdeen, Scotland); Peter Pan the swashbuckling panto adventure, 6 December 2008 - 4 January 2009 (File)

Featuring Alan Fletcher as 'Captain Hook'. Program and poster.

Camberley Theatre (Camberley, Surrey England); Jack and the beanstalk, 10 December 2008 - 4 January 2009 (File)

Featuring Richard Grieve as 'Fleshcreep'. Program, flyer, poster and subscription booklet for new season December 2008-April 2009.

The Anvil Theatre (Basingstoke, Hampshire England); Aladdin, 11 December 2008 - 4 January 2009 (File)

Featuring Ray Meagher as 'Abanazar'. Program, flyers, posters (2 sizes) and subscription booklet for September-December 2008.

The Beck Theatre (Hayes, Middlesex England); Peter Pan the swashbuckling panto adventure, 12 December 2008 - 4 January 2009 (File)

Featuring Toby Hull & Emu as 'The Pirates'. Program, signed poster and flyer with Autumn 2008 subscription booklet.

Queen's Theatre (Barnstaple, Essex England); Jack and the beanstalk, 12 December 2008 - 4 January 2009 (File)

Featuring Stan Pretty as 'Baron Has-Bean'. Program and flyer.

Radlett Centre (Radlett, England); Cinderella, 13 December 2008 - 3 January 2009 (File)

Featuring Lincoln Stone as 'Prince Charming'. Program and flyer.

Theatre Royal (Norwich, Norfolk England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 16 December 2008 - 18 January 2009 (File)

Featuring Caitlin Stasey as 'Snow White'. Program and poster.

Series. 2009-2010

Theatre Royal (Windsor England); Aladdin, 9 December 2009 - 10 January 2010 (File)

Featuring Toby Hull & Emu as 'The Chinese Policemen'. Program and poster.

Marina Theatre (Lowestoft England); Cinderella, 10 December 2009 - 3 January 2010 (File)

Featuring Anne Charleston as 'Fairy Godmother. Program, flyer, poster and theatre season program.

Grand Theatre (Wolverhampton England); Cinderella, 12 December 2009 - 31 January 2010 (File)

Featuring Stefan Dennis as 'Dandini'. Program, flyer and poster.

Assembly Hall Theatre (Tunbridge Wells England); Peter Pan, 12 December 2009 - 3 January 2010 (File)

Featuring Ray Meagher as 'Captain Hook. Program, flyer and poster.

Series. 2010-2011

Kings Theatre (Portsmouth, Hampshire England); Jack and the beanstalk, 8 December 2010 - 2 January 2011 (File)

Featuring Lynne McGranger. Flyer (colour print out).

The Hawth (Crawley, West Sussex England); Snow White and the seven dwarfs, 12 December 2010 - 2 January 2011 (File)

Featuring Craig Revel Horwood as 'Wicked Queen'. Program and flyer.

Princess Theatre (Torquay, Devon England); Aladdin, 16 December 2010 - 2 January 2011 (File)

Featuring Anne Charleston. Flyers and posters.

Series. 2011-2012

New Wimbledon Theatre (London, England); Dick Whittington, 9 December 2011 - 15 January 2012 (File)

Featuring Dame Edna Everage in her UK panto debut as 'The Saviour of London'. Program, 3D glasses.

Series. Collective biographies and articles

Collectives biographies (File)

Newspaper and magazine articles (File)

Original and photocopies of newpaper and magazine articles discussing Australian performers in UK pantomimes.


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