Tuesday, January 18, 2022

‘Allo ‘Allo!’ star Vicki Michelle will make your wishes come true in the godmother of all pantos, ‘Cinderella…and the lost slipper’

Chris Moreno in association with Grimsby Auditorium have revealed that ‘ALLO ‘ALLO!’s Vicki Michelle will star as the Fairy Godmother in this year’s magical, rags-to-riches pantomime ‘CINDERELLA…AND THE LOST SLIPPER’.

Vicki is known worldwide as waitress Yvette Carte-Blanche from the B.A.F.T.A nominated and award-winning series ‘Allo ‘Allo! And The Return of ‘Allo ‘Allo! She has enjoyed an extensive career in television and theatre, has appeared in over 30 pantomimes and cannot wait to sparkle as ‘Fairy Fabulous’ in Grimsby this Christmas.

Appearing alongside Vicki is fellow ‘Allo ‘Allo!’ cast member John D. Collins as Baron Hardup, who played RAF Flight Lieutenant Gavin Fairfax, a stranded British airman in the hit BBC1 comedy. In his extensive career he has worked for ten years as Spike Milligan’s Assistant Director and was a regular cast member of A Family at War and also with Robert Lindsay in Get Some In!

Emmerdale and Dr Who legend Frazer Hines returns as Dandini (Beauty and the Beast 2018). Frazer holds the Guinness world record as being the longest running companion of ‘the Doctor’ and believes he holds the record for the second most pantomime appearances! He has recently been on our screens in BBC’s Doctors as Sonny Troughton.

Completing the Cinderella cast are Kitty Harris as Cinderella who recently appeared in Little Mix – The Search (BBC) and has become well known for her videos on TikTok with over 500,000 followers, Jack Osmond as the dashing Prince Charming and Gregor Duncan as the loveable Buttons.

Back by popular demand are Lincolnshire’s Michael Courtney & Ian Norton as the two very wicked, not to mention very ugly, stepsisters! They are sure to bring on the boos!

CINDERELLA…AND THE LOST SLIPPER will take place from Friday 10 – Thursday 30 December 2021 at Grimsby Auditorium.

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