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Jarneia Richard-Noel, Courtney Bowman, Natalie Paris, Alexia McIntosh, Vicki Manser and Danielle Steers in Six currently playing at the Arts Theatre. (Photo: Eleanor Howarth)

Jarneia Richard-Noel, Courtney Bowman, Natalie Paris, Alexia McIntosh, Vicki Manser and Danielle Steers in Six currently playing at the Arts Theatre. Photo by Eleanor Howarth.

London Theatre News Today: Tuesday 10 December

Hira Desai

By Hira Desai First Published 10 December 2019, Last Updated 11 December 2019

Strike a Royal Pose! New production photos were released today of the reigning West End Queens currently playing in Six at the Arts Theatre.

The current Queendom includes: Jarneia Richard-Noel (as Catherine of Aragon), Courtney Bowman (Anne Boleyn), Natalie Paris (Jane Seymour), Alexia McIntosh (Anna of Cleves), Vicki Manser (Katherine Howard), Danielle Steers (Catherine Parr), with Zara MacIntosh (Alternate Catherine of Aragon and Katherine Howard), Cherelle Jay (Alternate Anne Boleyn and Anna of Cleves), Hana Stewart (Alternate Jane Seymour and Catherine Parr), Collette Guitart (Dance Captain/Understudy).

From Tudor Queens and Pop Princesses to the six wives of Henry VIII,  this critically acclaimed show follows each character, retelling 5000 years of historical heartbreak into a 75-minute celebration of the 21st century girl power.

The production features a soundtrack which is storming the charts with over 75 million streams to date, making it the second highest streaming cast recording in the world. These rebellious, red lipstick wearing Queens are proving that they are here to stay in this sell-out intoxicating Tudor take-off.

We caught a first glimpse at the iconic panto Goldilocks And The Three Bears currently playing at the London Palladium until Sunday 12 February 2020.

The cast includes Paul O’Grady as Baron Von Savage, Matt Baker as Joey the Clown, season regulars Julian Clary as The Ringmaster, Paul Zerdin as Silly Billy, Nigel Havers as Daddy Bear and Gary Wilmot as Dame Betty Barnum, Lauren Stroud as Baby Bear, Janine Duvitski as Mummy Bear and Sophie Isaacs in the title role.

They are joined by a number of amazing cast members including: the internationally renowned illusionist Phil Hitchcock, The Skating Medini (Asia and Dylan Medini) – a dynamic high-speed roller-skating act from one of Italy’s oldest circus families, and Europe’s youngest stunt rider, Peter Pavlov and the ‘Globe of Speed’ as well as ensemble members Charlotte Bazeley, James Bennett, Myles Brown, Samara Casteallo, Belle Kizzy Green, Sally Jayne Hind, Stevie Hutchinson, Ediz Ibrahim, Mollie McGugan, Ella Nonini, Alexanda O’Reilly, Justin Thomas, Amy Thornton, Maxwell Trengove, Charlotte Wilmott and Luke Woollaston.

Step inside the specially transformed Big Top and follow the tale of Dame Barnum and her daughter Goldilocks as they fight to save their circus from the evil rival circus owner. When the three brilliant Bears join the team, will they succeed? From jaw-dropping stunts and lavish sets to sparkly costumes and special effects, this is one panto that promises to be like no other.

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