Louise English has received many great reviews for her roles in Christmas pantomimes.


 
LOUISE ENGLISH PANTOMIME ROLES
 


 

Louise is one of the UK's top pantomime performers and has starred as the principal boy or girl in many pantomimes including Snow White (several times), Aladdin (several times), Jack and the Beanstalk (several times), Dick Whittington and Mother Goose.

She has also played such wonderful characters as the Fairy Godmother in Cinderella, the Princess in Aladdin, Mrs Darling and the Magical Mermaid in Peter Pan and the Forest Fairy in Snow White.

Just click on a link to see a pantomime photograph or poster featuring Louise and click here to read her rave reviews.

Cinderella 2013 as the Fairy Godmother with Bradley Walsh, Ben Stock and Nathan Kiley (Orchard Theatre, Dartford).

Snow White as Snow White with Su Pollard, Martin Daniels and Vicki Michelle (Strand Theatre, London; Theatre Royal, Lincoln; Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham).

Snow White as the Forest Fairy with Kellie Shirley, Simon James Cole, Andrée Bernard, Jonathan D Ellis and Gareth Oliver (Hawth Theatre, Crawley).

Peter Pan as Mrs Darling and the Magical Mermaid with Ade Edmondson, Steve McFadden, Nigel Havers, Sophie Lawrence, and Matt Slack (Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury; Swan Theatre, Wycombe; Opera House, Manchester).

Aladdin as Aladdin with Anita Dobson, Patrick Mower, Robin Askwith and Paul Elliott (Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth; His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen; Theatre Royal, Lincoln).

Aladdin as The Princess with Lorraine Chase, Brian Cant, Derek Griffiths and Dora Bryan (Kings Theatre, Southsea).

Jack and the Beanstalk as Jack with Wayne Sleep, Trevor Bannister, Frederick Pyne and Peggy Mount (Poole Arts Centre; Hall for Cornwall, Truro; Harlequin Theatre, Reigate-Banstead).

Dick Whittington as Dick with Dora Bryan, Jonathan Morris, Richard Gibson and Patrick Cargill (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford).

Babes in the Wood as Maid Marion with Les Dawson and Ruth Madoc (Palace Theatre, Manchester).

Mother Goose as Jill with Mark Lester (Civic Hall, Camberley).

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