From the same creative team that brought you last years Red Riding Hood, Hoxton Hall are proud to present their 2017 panto, Puss in Boots from Wednesday 13 – Thursday 28 December.
Puss in Boots tells the story of Colin as he is left facing a future on the streets of Hoxton, he receives news of his inheritance; His father’s old tabby cat, affectionately known as Puss. How will Colin ever win the heart of Princess Alice? Will Queen Doris believe that Colin is ‘the one’ for her daughter? Will Igor the Ogre’s henchman scupper Puss’s plans for his master?
The shows’ Writer & Director, Marc Day said, ‘Following on from last year’s Red Riding Hood, I am delighted to return to the beautiful historic Hoxton Hall’. This years panto will be packed with music, dance, comedy and of course audience participation, Puss in Boots will be your purr-fect accompaniment to your 2017 Christmas celebrations.
Starring in Puss in Boots will be the wonderful Andrew Lambe who will be playing the Dame Queen Doris. He has graced many stages appearing in a diverse range of shows from Shakespeare to the musical Oliver!, Comedy Lab Plus at the Soho Theatre to The Pride at Trafalgar Studios.
Playing baddie Igor the Henchman is Windson Liong (Jack & the Beanstalk at Theatre Royal Stratford East). Protagonist is Colin, the younger son of the old Miller will be played by Ashley Holman who previously played the title role in Jack & the Beanstalk and has toured the UK as Merlin in Merlin-Sword in the Stone.
The role of Princess Alice will be played by Lottie-Daisy Francis, who has recently graduated from the Urdang Academy, making this her Pantomime debut at the Hoxton Hall.
Playing Puss the finest feline in Pantoland this year, is Madeline Charlemagne, whose purr-fect performance will prowl the Hoxton stage to change Colin’s future as can only happen in a fairytale.