Christmas magic in Bristol - win tickets

PUBLISHED: 15:36 24 November 2010

Dick Whittington

Dick Whittington

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THE legendary lady of the Queen Vic, Barbara Windsor, will be appearing as Fairy Bowbells in Dick Whittington at The Bristol Hippodrome this Christmas.

Dick Whittington

The famous Carry On star, who has recently left her role 
as Peggy Mitchell in EastEnders, has not appeared in 
pantomime since 1995.

With superb star casting, a stunning new Dick Whittington set and dazzling costumes, the show promises to be another fantastic occasion.

Joining Barbara is Andy Ford as Idle Jack. One of the country’s best panto comics, he also appeared at The Bristol Hippodrome in Snow White to rave reviews and also in his one man live show.

Eric Potts will take to the stage as Sarah the Cook. He is best known for his role as the comedy baker Diggory 
Compton in Coronation Street.

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Carly Day stars as Alice Fitzwilliam and the title role Dick is played by Owain Williams, who was recently at the venue starring in Les Miserables.

The pantomime will run from December 11 to 
January 9.

Tickets, priced £19.50-29, are available from 
www.bristolhippodrome.org.uk

n The Times has teamed up with The Hippodrome to offer two lucky readers the chance to win tickets to see the pantomime at 7pm on January 3.

To enter the competition, simply answer the following question: What role will Barbara Windsor play in the show?

Send your answer on a postcard, along with your name, address and telephone number, to: The Hippodrome pantomime competition, North Somerset Times, 32 Waterloo Street, Weston-super-Mare, BS23 1LW, by 9am on December 9. Alternatively, log on to www.westonmercury.co.uk to enter.

Usual Archant rules apply and the editor’s decision is final.


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