Louise English stars as Gypsy Rosa in the All The Fun Of The Fair The Musical 2012 UK tour with David Essex as Levi Lee.




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Starring Louise English as the Fairy Godmother

Orchard Theatre, Dartford

14th December 2013 4th January 2014


"Louise English is a high-kicking, decidedly glamorous, cheery Fairy Godmother." The Stage

"The kids and adults alike were off their seats when the curtain came up to when it fell at the end. Everything about the show was fresh and the scenery brilliant." This is Local London


Dartford audiences had a ball this Christmas with the magical family pantomime Cinderella starring Louise English as the Fairy Godmother, Bradley Walsh (ITV's The Chase and Law and Order: UK) as Prince Charming, pantomime favourite Barry Hester as Widow Twanky and Hannah Grover as Cinderella.

The most popular of all pantomimes, Cinderella is an enchanting and endearing story-for-the-ages that was transformed from page to stage in this magical production complete with comedy, stunning sets, fabulous costumes and pantomime magic as Cinderella swaps her rags for a ball gown and heads to the greatest ball of all!  Packed with audience participation, this was a truly magical staging of the beautiful rags-to-riches fairy-tale.

Staged by the same team behind the theatre's recent record-breaking pantomimes, Cinderella was produced by QDOS Entertainment, directed by Jon Conway and choreographed by Chris Baldock.

Joining Louise, Bradley, Barry and Hanna onstage were Ben Stock, Nathan Kiley, Christopher Drake, Victoria Edge, Jason Sales, Samantha Wood, Francesca Short, Daniel Webb and Kevin Reddington.

And don't miss the wonderful Cinderella photo gallery featuring Louise with photographs by Ludovic Des Cognets.

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Truth, Lies, Diana

With Louise English as Gina

Snapple Theater Center, New York City

This new high octane drama "tells the story of an investigative journalist who finds his own life falling apart as he uncovers startling new revelations and secrets about the alleged 'cover up' of the death of Princess Diana. The play uses the actual words spoken by a cast of characters with revelations from previously silent sources, access to witness statements, medical records and court transcripts."

The cast featured Louise English as Gina; and David Burrows, Jon Conway, Glen McCready, Sarah Jane Honeywell and Maurice Thorogood, who portrayed a variety of roles, including Piers Morgan, Paul Burrell, James Hewitt, Mohammed Al Fayed and members of the Royal Family. "While the spirit of Princess Diana haunts every second of the play, she is not a physical character in the production."

Author Jon Conway's recent London hit, All the Fun of the Fair, starring David Essex and Louise English, was nominated for Best New West End Musical of 2010.

Truth, Lies, Diana was produced by Alan Darlow and executive producer Scott Zeiger. Bob Tomson directed.

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