Jack Off The Beanstalk

This 'GIANT' adult Pantomime is everything you've BEAN waiting for! 

Fearless, juvenile Jack and his long suffering mother, Dame Trott, live in a cottage in the shadow of a terrible giant. With the rent overdue they have no choice but to sell their beloved pet cow, Daisy. After tricking the Trotts into selling her for a bag of worthless beans, the villainous henchman Fleshlight kidnaps the Princess… Could Jack be the hero the village has been waiting for? With the help of ‘Fairy Hanny’, will he be able to rescue Daisy and Princess Jill in time? Perhaps those beans aren’t as worthless as they seemed!

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1ST DECEMBER 2018 - 6TH JANUARY 2019

CAST

Jack

Globe-trotting content creator, comedy songwriter & presenter Doug Armstrong has been sharing his gay life to his online audience for a number of years. Since first opening up about his sexuality in 2015, Doug has sought to inspire others to be comfortable being themselves, whatever their sexuality, and reminds everyone through his lighthearted comedy songs that it really is ‘Okay To Be Gay’. When not singing to his 400,000 following or producing other LGBT-related content, you’ll probably find Doug traveling the world posting photos to Instagram that might just make you want to visit somewhere sunny.

Fleshlight

Kieran trained at The MGA Academy of Performing Arts in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Theatre credits include; Jessie James/Puppeteer in “Around the World in 80 Days” (Union Theatre), Featured Vocalist in “World of Musicals” (German Tour), Ensemble/Puppeteer in “Metropolis the Musical” (London Revival), Featured Vocalist in “Thursford Christmas Spectacular”, Dancer at Disneyland Paris
Television credits include; Dancer in Pride of Britain Awards (ITV)
Film credits include; Dancer in Judwaa 2 (Feature Film)

Fairy Hanny

Jessica has a BA in Performance from Northumbria University.

Theatre Credits Include: Sylvia in Stepping Out (The Brockley Jack) Delphina in Twang!! (The union theatre) Amanda in 2 Become 1 (Vault festival, Edinburgh Fringe Gilded Balloon & Kings Head Theatre); Sylphbena the Faerie in Beans (Canal Cafe Theatre); Lucy in Restless (Theatre 503); Choir Girl in Max and Ivan Reunion (Pleasance Dome), NewsRevue (Canal Cafe Theatre and Edinburgh Fringe Pleasance); Nelly Deane in Wuthering Heights (Actors Church); Valkerie in Weather to Fly (Arc Stockton, Live Theatre, North East Tour); G in The Shagaround (Middlesbrough Theatre); Witch/Cat in Grimms Tales (Northumbria University)

Film & TV Credits Include: The Honey Buns on Britain Got Talent 2015 ( Syco Entertainment); Maddie  in CANDID (Directed by Andy Frith), Girl in Dancer (Initiate Scheme) Jess in Leaving (In Association with Tyneside Cinema).

Dame Trott

Drew trained at London School of Musical Theatre and has consistently worked as a performer and director ever since. Drew’s select directing credits include: Zanna Don’t!(The Landor Theatre), Children of Eden (The Prince of Wales Theatre, West End, London), The Mikado (Battersea Barge), The Last Five Years (The Tabard Theatre), Sweeney Todd (Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff) and Songs For A New World (New Players Theatre, London), just to name a few. Drew’s direction has also been seen in venues such as the HQ Theatres, The White Rock Theatre, the Broxbourne Civic Theatre, Dolman Studios (Newport Shakespeare Festival), Upstairs at the Gatehouse and on BBC One. Additionally, Drew has directed and performed in various Pantomimes, summer seasons, concerts and reviews across the UK, US and Europe.

Alternate Dame Trott

Macauley is thrilled to be making his professional debut in this years adult pantomime. He hopes that this is just the start of his professional performing journey and is glad to be doing it with such a great cast.

Princess Jill

Training: The London School of Musical Theatre 

Credits while training: Jeunefille in King of Hearts, Miranda in Hope, Juliet in Romeo and Juliet.

Theatre includes: Ensemble/u/s Skylar in Bring It On (Southwark Playhouse).