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Mark Slowey As The Dame 2014

Supporting the
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Time is running out for the Beast to break the spell put upon him by the evil sorceress Morphosia. Guided by the Fairy of the Rose; will he triumph or will he remain a Beast forever? Can the Beast find true love in his race against the clock? Supported by his ever-cleaning, ever-singing Nanny, and his adopted little houseguest the ever adorable tinker - Gawp the Gremlin. This is a heart-warming, heart-breaking story of love, family, battles and creature of all shapes and sizes.

This magical show includes a wonderful selection of toe tapping tunes, enchanted castles, wonderful characters and jokes to keep you laughing well into the New Year.

Cast Biographies for Beauty and the Beast
  
Lucy Edge - Beauty
Lucy Edge - Beauty

Trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Theatre includes: Little Red Riding Hood, By Jeeves Alison! A Rock Opera! A Christmas Carol, Schumpeter's Gale, Wendy - Peter Pan and A View from the Bridge
Cellen Chugg Jones – Prince Lysander
Cellen Chugg Jones - Prince Lysander

Training: First Class Honours (Guildford School of Acting). Theatre credits includes: Soloist in Hamlisch: A Night of Marvin Hamlisch , Boland in European premier of Dogfight, Songs from the Playground, Momentous Musicals and John in The Hired Man
  
Olly Dobson – Claude
Olly Dobson - Claude

Olly graduated from Arts Educational School London in 2014. Whilst training he appeared in productions of CATCH ME IF YOU CAN (FBI), IOLANTHE (Strephon), COMPANY (Bobby), EVITA (Che) and THE MUSIC MAN (Jacey Squires). Upon graduating Olly was cast in a workshop performance of BUGSY MALONE at the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith.
Mark Slowey – Nanny Nounou
Mark Slowey - Nanny Nounou

Mark trained at the London School of Musical Theatre. Recent credits include Philip Ford, The Perfect City; Barsad, A Tale of Two Cities, David Hubert Davenport, Rentaghost the Musical Mr Sowerberry/Dr Grimwig, Oliver! Mark is very excited to be playing Nanny Nounou this year and to help in making Beauty and the Beast come to life.
  
Gawp
Gawp

Gawp would like to thank Camberley Theatre for giving him the starring role in this year's pantomime! Gawp loves Sprouts and hates bathtime!
Ben Murrell – Voice of Gawp/ Puppeteer
Ben Murrell - Voice of Gawp/ Puppeteer

Ben trained at Worcester University then continued onto Disney where he was trained in digital puppetry and voice. Theatre credits include: Voice and Puppeteer of Stitch on Stitch Live! (,Puppeteer in In The Night Garden LivePuppeteer/Diego in Dora The Explorer and The City of Lost Toys , Film Credits include: Puppeteer (additional) in The Muppets: Most Wanted.
  
Bea Holland - Morphosia
Bea Holland - Morphosia

Bea was trained at the National Youth Theatre, and University of Hull. Theatre includes : The Trial Blood Wedding, Agamemnon, Children of Hercules, Oedipus, Androcles and The Lion and Petite Rouge Ladies Monthly Aesop's Fables Julia Pastrana the Ugliest Woman in the World Newsrevue London TV includes: Writing & co-starring in Bea and Sam's Big Spread (E4), Teenage Kicks, William and Mary, The Bill.
Phil Yarrow – Professor Wrenchclogger
Phil Yarrow - Professor Wrenchclogger

Phil is an actor and puppeteer, theatre credits include: Marcus in Titus Andronicus Dad/Gorilla in Gorilla, Ratty in Wind in the Willows and Charlie in Charlie & Lola, Dog/Frog in Room On The Broom Gruffalo/Snake/Owl/Fox in The Gruffalo's Child, Mamaji/Zebra in Life of Pi Rob in Score , Salty in Teechers & Dodgeson in Such A Curious Dream. Recently the TV biopic Tommy Cooper: Not Like That, Like This.
  
Sarah Cunnington – Rosaphine, Fairy of the Rose
Sarah Cunnington - Rosaphine, Fairy of the Rose

Sarah began competitive gymnastics from an early age - winning the title of Yorkshire White Rose Champion, aged 11. Sarah completed her training at The Urdang Academy, London in 2008 and has since worked as a dancer on P&O Cruises, as a member of The Go!Go!Go! Show, Solomon Theatre Company. She has performed as both Agnetha and Frieda in the well-known tribute band Abba Gold.
Nick Smithers – Writer and Co-Director with Mark Slowey
Nick Smithers - Writer and Co-Director with Mark Slowey

Having played most roles across most pantomimes ranging from King Rat to Ugly sister from comedy double act to dame to evil wizards. playing parts ranging from Baloo in Disney's Jungle Book to Ben Gunn in Treasure Island.
Nick has worked with various director, producers and authors as a creative consultant on numerous projects.
  
For further media and interview requests please contact:
Maria Trevis, Camberley Theatre 01276 707612, Maria.Trevis@surreyheath.gov.uk
  

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