Panto favourite will fly back to UK for show date with Snow White
- Credit: Exmouth Pavilion
Exmouth pantomime favourite Stuart Earp has confirmed he is planning to fly back to the UK for this year’s seasonal show … oh yes he is!
Stuart has become well known for his festive feats which have included climbing beanstalks, flying on a magic carpet, taking Cinderella to the ball and sailing the seven seas with Captain Hook.
This year, the talented performer, who is currently working and living in Cyprus, will be appearing in Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs along with a full supporting cast including local performers and a special guest TV star to be announced very soon!
Will Prince Lorenzo rescue his beloved Snow White from the Wicked Queen’s evil spells? Will the horrible Henchman complete his perilous task upon the Princess? Will the Seven Dwarfs get to the poisoned apple before Snow White?
Producer Kevin Brown said: “We have been working hard with Stuart while he’s been locked down in Cyprus to create a fun pantomime for all ages packed full of laughter, comedy and more. After last year’s misfortune we cannot wait to be back in Exmouth.”
Stuart said he was delighted to be returning to the Pavillions for an extended pantomime season.
He added: “I absolutely love Exmouth and the people that visit us. It’s so nice seeing familiar faces visit us year after year.
“While being locked down in Cyprus I have created some fantastic routines for you all and just cannot wait to get back on that stage and see you all laughing, dancing and joining in with us! I often visit Exmouth during the summer with family and friends as it’s such a great place.”
The production team have given a huge amount of thought and consideration to ensure that the venue will be Covid compliant for the safety of the cast, crew and audience.
Due to popular demand, the producers have extended the pantomime run from December 23 to January 2 and are currently offering an early bird special for some performances.
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