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Join us for a GIANT of a pantomime this Christmas when Camberley Theatre presents Jack & the Beanstalk. Follow the tale of poor young Jack, sent to market by his mother to sell the family's treasured cow. Little does he know that swapping dear Daisy for a bag of magic beans will lead to an adventure he will never forget! Cheer Jack along as he outwits the evil Giant and his creepy henchman Fleshcreep.
This hilarious pantomime will have your friends and family STALKING about it all the way home!
Fee Fi Fo Fum to Camberley Theatre you must come!
Tickets £17.95, Concessions £15.95, Family Ticket £94.50 (group of 6)
Groups 11 plus £15.00, groups 31 plus £14.25
Preview price for Tue 10 Dec at 7.00pm £12.00
School performances £8.00 (if booked before 31st October, applies to schools only)
Mark Slowey as Dame Trott - Back by popular demand!
Daniel Slade as Jack Trott
Benjamin Wells as Fleshcreep
Caroline Fitch as Fairy Peashoot
Michael Goble as Simon Trott
Richard Alan as King Crumble
Charlotte Anne Steen as Princess Apricot Crumble
Chris Whittaker leading the Ensemble as Dance Captain and Alexander Bartles, Benjamin Bowen and as Adam Pendrich as the Ensemble members.
Last Year's Panto
Camberley Theatre's production of Peter Pan closed on Saturday 5th January 2013, and broke all records. The audiences loved the show and we are thrilled to say it received great reviews. Thank you to everyone who came to see it and helped to make it the great success it was.
Find out more about our Stars
Mark was born in North London and trained at the London School of Musical Theatre.
Recent credits include playing the villainous Barsad in a new musical version of A Tale of Two Cities (Charing Cross Theatre) directed by Paul Nicholas and playing the role of Mr Baffled in a brand new children's musical called the Go! Go! Go! Show at Alton Towers Resort, penned by Dean Wilkinson and produced by Steve Crosby (Steps) and eighties pop legend Mike Stock (Stock, Aitken and Waterman). Other credits include The Rat King in Plague! The Musical and Piramania! The Musical (both at Upstairs at the Gatehouse and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival); David in Stephen Sondheim's Company (Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre); Captain Hook/Mr Darling, Neverland (Merton Abbey Mills); Hubert Davenport, Rentaghost the Musical (National Tour); Nigel/Louis the Chef, Nigel and Nita's Wedding (New Connaught Rooms); Mr Sowerberry/Dr Grimwig, Oliver! (Aberystwyth Arts Centre); Cecil Sessile, Brenda Bly: Teen Detective (Cochrane Theatre); Dude, The Skyline Gang (Skyline Pavilion); Principal Vocalist, Heatwave and Temptation (Openwide International, Corfu); Kentucky Kid, The Crazy Horse Saloon Show (Butlins, Minehead) as well as a number of corporate and commercial gigs.
Leading pantomime roles include Monique Malmaison, Beauty and the Beast (Corn Exchange, Newbury); Captain Hook, Pirates Ahoy! and Ugly Sister, Cinderella (both for Qdos, NW Tour); Ugly Sister, Cinderella (Bognor Regis); Ugly Sister and Mr Meanie (two small scale NE tours); Baron Hardup, Cinderella (Bognor Regis). At Camberley Theatre, Mark has played Dame Dolly Trott in Jack and the Beanstalk, Sarah the Cook in Dick Whittington, Widow Twankey in Aladdin and Ugly Sister in Cinderella. Last year, Mark got to play the dame of all dames in the lead role of Mother Goose at the Millfield Theatre in Edmonton. Mark is delighted to be returning to Camberley again this festive season, reprising the first role he played here. He wishes you all a fabulous Christmas and a Bean-tastic New Year!
Since graduating, he has played Silly Billy in Mother Goose (Millfield Arts Centre); Arpad in She Loves Me (Rose & Crown Theatre, Walthamstow); Ferris in Sleeping Beauty (Courtyard Theatre, Hereford); Peter in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton); Taylor Jones in Stars Falling (Key Theatre, Peterborough); performed in Naked Boys Singing (Charing Cross Theatre, London); and he played Michael Darling in a workshop production of a new musical, The Lost Boys.
Additional credits include Svengali (Root Films);The Lawrences (BBC Television); a short film for the National Film and Television School and a music video for The Manic Shine.Daniel trained in Musical Theatre at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Ben graduated from Arts Educational School of Acting, recent credits include Marco in UK tour of Spot's Birthday Party directed by David Wood, Lancelot in Merlins Banquet - Stage and Production House, Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet - Young Shakespeare Company, Jack Worthing in The Importance of Being Earnest - Oxford Shakespeare Company, Angelo in The Comedy of Errors - Oxford Shakespeare Company. Ben was the Graduate winner of the Sir John Gielgud Award in 2008 and was also nominated for the Sir Laurence Olivier Award in the same year. Ben is very excited to be part of Jack and the Beanstalk at Camberley Theatre this year and is relishing the chance to be Villanous, Crooked and Extremely Evil!!
Caroline is delighted to be making her Panto debut with the 'Jack' cast.
Her theatre credits include: Woman 1 - Songs For a New World (Theatro Technis) Clara - A Christmas Carol (Talkwood Productions) Sandy - Grease (Intimate Theatre, London) Maureen - RENT (WTC Productions,) Holly - The Wedding Singer (Library Theatre, Luton) Madonna / First Cover Scaramouche - We Will Rock You (Tour).
Caroline regularly performs in retro swing trio The Polkadots and is an accomplished guitarist. She has recently worked on sketches for Channel 4's Ten o Clock Live and played the Part of Young Mimi in Midsomer Murders.
Well Hello - I see you've stopped on my little biog - how kind.
I'm Mike. I hope you enjoy watching Jack and the Beanstalk and cheer louder and boo harder than the person next to you.
This year I had great fun presenting the first ever theatre tour of Guinness World Records around the UK. I've actually performed at Camberley Theatre before, in 2012, when Science Museum Live came to town - hopefully this time there won't be any loud bangs.........
You've made it this far?? Well in my time I've also been the compere for the O/B of Children in Need, BBC West. Hosted 5,000 seater arena shows - introducing acts such as The Saturdays, Shane Ward, Chico and more from X Factor and Britain's Got Talent !! I've also taught many kids, schools, companies, and adults circus skills over the years - which is ace. And put them to use in previous Pantos as PC Pongo (Aladdin, Shrewsbury 2011/12) and Lucky Pete (Peter Pan, St Albans 2010/11) both for Evolution Productions, PC Pong (Aladdin, Rickmansworth, PHA) and Circus performer (Pinocchio, Brighton)
Still here?? Well I like a cuppa tea, listening to Queen, jaffa cakes, Harry Potter, and don't tell anyone - but I'm a huge Arsenal fan - shhhhhhhh!!!! Feel free to take a look at my website www.michaelgoble.co.uk
I'm very excited to be working here in Camberley. Enjoy the show and have a great Xmas and 2014
Charlotte Anne Steen
Training: Laine Theatre Arts
Theatre: We Will Rock You (Arena Tour), Rent (Tabard Theatre), Pop Factor (UK Tour), Snow White in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Epsom Playhouse & Pavilion Theatre Weymouth)
Charlotte is delighted to be appearing in Jack and the Beanstalk in Camberley this Christmas.
Richard Alan is an actor/ family entertainer who has been in the business of making people smile for over 18 years .He loves working in the christmas panto with this being his 14th productions. This is his third Jack and the beanstalk which is one of his favourite pantomimes. In the past, Richard Alan has performed in a variety of family show, some of which include Rentaghost the Musical, the Advertures of Captain Pugwash. And most recently he's been touring with The Thomas the Tank Engine show. Richard is look forward to embracing his roll in the show and says in the words of Mel Brooks " it's good to be the King."
Alex started dancing at the age of eleven and also competed in gymnastics from the age of nine. At thirteen, he joined the Patricia Ellis Ballet School. His passion for dance continued through secondary school and Sixth Form College. Alex then went on to train for three years at the London Studio Centre graduating with a BA (Hons) in Theatre Dance. He is thrilled and delighted to be making his professional debut this Christmas at Camberley Theatre.
Ben trained at the Arts Educational Schools (BA (Hons) Musical Theatre). His theatrical credits include From up here (Tristan Bates Theatre); What's On Stage Awards (Palace Theatre); Olivier Awards (Royal Opera House); Guys and Dolls in Concert (Cadogan Hall); Cinderella (Wyvern Theatre), Aladdin (Windsor Theatre Royal); Babes In Arms (Arts Educational Schools); Legally Blonde (Arts Educational Schools); Spelling Bee (Arts Educational Schools).
Ben's other credits include Friday Night is Music Night for BBC Radio 2 and Future Cinema Presents Dirty Dancing.