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Aladdin: Bob Golding, Kelly Chinery, Phil Gallagher, Shaun Williamson
This Christmas, take a magical carpet ride to the Far East...
Mister Maker (Phil Gallagher) is back! After his fantastic performance in Snow White last year, Phil returns to The Alban Arena's stage to play Aladdin!
Also joining him on stage will be Shaun Williamson (best known as Barry in Eastenders) and Jemma Carlilse (the Arena's fantastic Snow White from last year) as Jasmine!
Charming and witty Bob Golding will also be returning, promising the audience even more hilarity than last year!
Whatever you do, don't miss this fun-packed family pantomime, Aladdin. There's comedy, singing, dancing, stunning sets, dazzling costumes, and a top-quality West End cast!
Once again the show is written by Paul Hendy and brought to you by Evolution, the producers of last year's hilarious, record breaking production of Snow White.
This year's pantomime promises to be Alban Arena's biggest, best and funniest panto ever!
Nominated for an Olivier Award for his portrayal of Eric Morecambe in the one-man show Morecambe, actor Bob Golding has enjoyed a varied career. From working on the CBeebies pre-school children's television series The Tweenies as the voices of Milo and Max, to ITV drama Mr Selfridge, plus a variety of theatre and voice work.
'Superb isn't the word. i'll have to think of something better. not a wrong note' (Barry Cryer)
‘Spectacularly wonderful, Bob Golding has hit the bullseye with this stunning portrayal of Eric' (Ronnie Corbett).
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Kelly Chinery trained at the London School of Musical Theatre. Her theatre credits include: Maggie Saunders in 'Lend Me A Tenor' (Plymouth Theatre Royal), Zelda and dance captain in 'Singing In The Rain' (Catford Broadway Studio) and ensemble in 'Jack And The Beanstalk' (Oxford Playhouse). Her other credits include: 'Beethoven to Beowul', 'Diary of a Chav' and 'A Touch of West End'.
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Actor and musical theatre star best known to TV soap fans as the hapless Barry Evans in 'Eastenders', a role he played for 9 years until his dramatic exit from the series at the hands of the evil Janine Butcher! Other small screen work has included Ricky Gervais' comedy 'Extras' and Shaun was the high-point scoring winner of Celebrity Mastermind 2004.
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