The final casting and full creative team has been confirmed for the King’s Head Theatre 2017 pantomime, playing from the 24th November.
This year, it’s all about Egypt, so ditch the tinsel and travel back in time to the Valley of the Kings for a whirlwind adventure of mummies, magic and mayhem, featuring a dazzling array of musical numbers performed by a five-strong cast that promises to whip up a vocal sandstorm.
Charles Court Opera return to the King’s Head Theatre with their 11th festive and fun filled pantomime suitable for all ages.
Casting for the world premiere production has now been announced and is set to include: Alys Roberts, Matthew R J Ward, John Savournin,Matthew Kellett, Francesca Fenech and Philip Lee.
Meanwhile, the full creative team for the pantomime has also been announced and includes: Director John Savournin, Musical Director David Eaton, Choreographer Tara Randell, Set Designer Sean Turner, Costume Design by Mia Wallden and Lighting Design by Nicholas Holdridge.
Audiences should prepare for the expected and the unexpected as Charles Court Opera takes them on a wacky journey through Egypt!
King Tut – A Pyramid Panto will play at the King’s Head Theatre from the 24th November until the 6th January. For more information visit: http://www.kingsheadtheatre.com/