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Sleeping Beauty panto's a visual feast at Theatre Royal Plymouth this Christmas

By This is Cornwall  |  Posted: December 09, 2010

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THE hilarious Joe Pasquale and the most glamorous dame in the world, Ceri Dupree, will be starring in this year's Theatre Royal Plymouth pantomime, Sleeping Beauty, from Friday, December 17, until Saturday, January 22, 2011.

As well as stunning staging and sets, Sleeping Beauty will feature spectacular visual effects including new, mind-blowing 3-D technology.

It will be without a doubt one of the most impressive pantomimes ever staged in Plymouth.

Joe Pasquale, who plays Muddles in the panto, has presented numerous television programmes including The Price Is Right, The Paul O'Grady Show and An Audience With Joe Pasquale and has appeared on What Do Kids Know?, Celebrity Mastermind, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, The Weakest Link, numerous Royal Variety Performances and an unforgettable and winning stint in the jungle in I'm A Celebrity…!, to name but a few.

Joe has also starred in The Producers, several record-breaking pantomimes around the country and is currently touring his latest show, Extra Sensory Pasquale, around the UK.

Ceri Dupree has been delighting audiences worldwide for over 25 years. His unique talents have taken him through musical theatre, pantomime, summer season, television and cabaret. His extensive repertoire of theatre shows include Hello Dolly!, Rock Hard, Hot Stuff, The Ultimate Hen Party and The Rocky Horror Show and he has written and produced his own shows.

Over the years Ceri has impersonated almost every major female star that you could think of from Marilyn Monroe to Madonna, Shirley Bassey to Barbara Cartland, Tina Turner to Camilla Parker Bowles. Last Christmas he took pantomime audiences in Birmingham by storm in his role of Lady Passionella in Sleeping Beauty and Plymouth audiences are in for a real visual treat as Ceri's wardrobe of costumes is staggering.

For more information or to book tickets contact the Theatre Royal box office on 01752 230447 or online at www.theatreroyal.com

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