Pantomime – Wolverhampton 2003


Peter Pan, at the Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton. Cannon and Ball starred as pirates Smee and Yoo.

Join the biggest names in pantoland for a fun-packed adventure you will never forget!

Wolverhampton Grand Theatre in association with Qdos Entertainment present another spellbinding pantomime which will sweep you away to the wonderful world of Neverland.

Combining the magical fun of panto with the feel of a musical blockbuster, PETER PAN features stunning scenery, swashbuckling excitement, hilarious comedy and unbelieveable special-effects.

CANNON & BALL bring their unique brand of mayhem and chaos to the stage as the bumbling pirates Starkey and Smee!

Boyband ‘911’s LEE BRENNAN makes a mischievous, Peter Pan with all his singing and dancing talent and a bundle of boyish charm!

Two of the country’s best-loved actors, Crossroads couple TONY ADAMS and JANE ROSSINGTON are re-united on stage as Captain Hook and Mrs Darling.

Completing the line-up for this perfect family show is a tremendous supporting cast of West End quality including JANE DOYLE as Tinkerbell, BETH HUMPHREYS as Wendy and knockabout Royal Variety stars THE ACROMANIACS as the pirate crew.

Book now for the biggest, funniest and most spectacular panto in the country!

See Peter Pan really fly across the audience and stage!

Dates, Times and Prices

£7.50 – £19.50 depending on seat location and show date and time.

Various reductions for concessions, groups and school parties.

Sat 13 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Sun 14 – 2.00pm 6.00pm
Mon 15 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Tues 16 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Wed 17 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Thurs 18 – No Performances
Fri 19 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Sat 20 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Sun 21 – 2.00pm 6.00pm
Mon 22 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Tues 23 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Wed 24 – 2.00pm 6.00pm
Thurs 25 – No Performances
Fri 26 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Sat 27 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Sun 28 – 2.00pm 6.00pm
Mon 29 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Tues 30 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Wed 31 – 2.00pm 6.00pm
Thurs 1 – No Performances
Fri 2 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Sat 3 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Sun 4 – 2.00pm 6.00pm
Mon 5 – No Performances
Tues 6 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Wed 7 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Thurs 8 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Fri 9 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Sat 10 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Sun 11 – 2.00pm 6.00pm
Mon 12 – No Performances
Tues 13 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Wed 14 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Thurs 15 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Fri 16 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Sat 17 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Sun 18 – 2.00pm 6.00pm
Mon 19 – No Performances
Tues 20 – No Performances
  Wed 21 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Thurs 22 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Fri 23 January 2.30pm 7.15pm
Sat 24 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Sun 25 – 2.00pm 6.00pm
Mon 26 – No Performances
Tues 27 – No Performances
Wed 28 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Thurs 29 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Fri 30 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Sat 31 – 2.30pm 7.15pm


Sun 1 – 2.00pm 6.00pm
Mon 2 – No Performances
Tues 3 – No Performances
Wed 4 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Thurs 5 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Fri 6 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Sat 7 – 2.30pm 7.15pm
Sun 8 – 2.00pm 6.00pm

Cast Change

The pantomime was originally advertised with Kym Valentine (Neighbours Libby) starring as Peter Pan. However, during the year she became pregnant and so her place in the panto was taken by 911s Lee Brennan.

Cannon and Ball were also advertised as playing pirates Starkey and Smee, although in the panto itself they were called Smee and Yoo (leading to lots of Smee/Me and Yoo/You jokes).


Cast List
In Order of Appearance
Peter – Lee Brennan
Smee and Yoo – Cannon & Ball
Mr. Darling / Captain Hook – Tony Adams
Mrs. Darling / Mermaid – Jane Rossington
Wendy – Beth Humphreys
Tinkerbell – Jane Doyle
Pirates – The Acromaniacs
Tiger Lily – Sheila Kerr
Michaels and Johns – Connor Bacon, Alex Summer, Stuart Bacon, Ellis Bailey
Lost Children – Classic Academy of Dance

David Lane – Musical Director / 1st Keyboard
Mark Blackwell – Bass Guitar
David Howles – Drums / Percussion

Pirates & Townsfolk
Wezley Ashworth / Jenny Bowen / Adam Bracegirdle / Janine Craig / Fallon Donakey / Sarah Dunning / Tim Hodges / Drew McOnie

Black Team: Laura Morgan / Stuart Bacon / Sophie Bryan / Aimee Holder / Abbey Southall / Connor Bacon / Bethany Ruffle / Megan Rai
Grey Team: Hannah Sumner / Ellis Bailey / Jessica Bayliss / Sharnie Billingley / Faime Spinks / Alex Sumner / Samantha Dorrance / Megan Tranter

Act One
London Town
Outside The Darling Household
The Nursery
The Rooftops Of London
The Lagoon
Neverland Forest
The Lagoon
Home Underground

Act Two
Aboard The Jolly Roger
The Lagoon
Aboard The Jolly Roger
London Town
The Nursery
Megamix Finale

Director – Maurice Thorogood
Choreographer – Stillie Dee
Fight Arranger – Karl Magee
Lighting Designer – Chris Wilcox
Company Stage Manager – Derek Whyborn
Deputy Stage Manager – Julie Whitcombe
Assistant Stage Manager – Phil Serjeant
Assistant Stage Manager – James Welsh
Wardrobe – Elizabeth Spicer
Assistant Wardrobe – Aseed Naseem

Lighting Equipment supplied by White Light
Sound Equipment supplied by AP Audio
Dry Ice supplied by Ice Cooling
Transport suuplied by Paul Mathew Transport


Cannon and Ball

Tommy Cannon and Bobby Ball are one of Britain’s funniest and most successful double acts. In a career spanning over 30 years they have achieved a string of honours that includes them among the all-time greats of showbusiness.

On television they have starred in their own series practically every year since 1979. They have ‘guested’ on all the major shows including Wogan, Parkinson, The Des O’Connor Show, Sunday Night at the Palladium and several Royal Variety Shows. They featured in a BBC documentary Funny Business based on double acts, which also included footage of comedy legends Martin and Lewis, Laurel and Hardy, and Morecambe and Wise.

To add to their pedigree, they remain the only act to have won three separate National Club Awards and be names as the Variety Club ‘Personalities of the Year’. Their feature film The Boys in Blue in addition to its cinema success, has gone on to become a video best seller. The boys have also been the subject of This is Your Life!

During the 1970s they built a strong reputation around the UK cabaret club circuit for being a great live act. They also toured extensively in the hotel circuits of Australia and South Africa.

Tom and Bob have broken records in theatres all over the UK, including London. In 1981 they played a six-week season at the Dominion Theatre. Every seat was sold before the show opened, and in 1988 their pantomime Babes in the Wood broke all previous pantomime records at the world famous London Palladium, where Cannon and Ball created the record for the largest box office amount taken in one week in British theatre history.

Rock with Laughter 96 fulfilled Tommy and Bobby’s ambition to star in their own Rock ‘n’ Roll spectacular, their first summer season for producers AMG.

After an extensive Autumn tour and a trip to Israel, the boys played the Chinese Policemen in Aladdin in the Theatre Royal, Newcastle, and again at the Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton.

They have appeared on many major TV shows including The Des O’Connor Show, Noel Edmond’s House Party, Talking Telephone Numbers and The Generation Game.

In the spring of 1999 the boys appeared at various theatres across the country starring in A Night at the Music Hall whilst continuing their tour of An Audience With…

The boys played full houses at their Summer Season in 1999 at the Blackpool Grand Theatre, the season was one of the most successful summers Blackpool has ever had!



The 1999/2000 pantomime season saw the boys play the Regent Theatre, Stoke on Trent, for the production Cinderella, co-starring Melinda Messenger and Britt Ekland.

The early part of 2000 saw the boys starring and touring in various shows throughout the UK’s theatres.

Summer Season 2000 featured the successful Comedy Bonanza Show (which broke box office records) at the Blackpool Grand Theatre and the Princess Theatre.

Pantomime 2000/2001 saw the boys star at the Alhambra Theatre, Bradford and 2001/2002 saw them appearing at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham.

Summer 2002 saw the boys back in Blackpool at the Grand Theatre with Comedy Bonanza 2002 also starring the Barron Knights and the Roly Polys.

2001/02 pantomime season saw them starring in Dick Whittington at the New Theatre, Cardiff.

Tommy and Bobby are delighted to be appearing in Peter Pan at the Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton this Christmas. Even after nearly 30 years of making people laugh, Tommy and Bobby are still enjoying every minute and are looking forward to entertaining for many years to come.


Lee Brennan

Lee was born in Carlisle and is most famous for being the lead singer of the pop band 911.

Lee joined up with Spike and Jimmy in 1995, forming the successful pop band, 911 went on to have 13 singles released during 5 years, 10 top ten singles, 8 top five singles, 1 number one single and 4 albums including a Greatest Hits.

The band toured the UK four times and also toured the Far East.

Lee is now a songwriter and is signed to Windswept Publishers. He co-wrote the single If You Come Back for the pop band Blue, which made number one in December 2001.

Jane Rossington

Jane Rossington was born in Derby but moved to Sutton Coldfield at an early age where she joined the ‘local Amateur Theatre. She then went to Rose Bruford Drama School and qualified as a teacher.

She started her career in Emergency Ward f 0 as nurse ‘Kate Ford’. Then after Rep at Sheffield and York she started her long stint of 24 years in Crossroads playing ‘Jill’ who married twice but never found happiness.

She managed to fit in various radio plays and lots of small parts in The Archers.

After Crossroads she appeared in various tours – Murder In Mind; Suspicions; The Anniversary and The Opposite Sex (Alexander Bridge Productions); Singin’ In The Rain (Lincoln) and Don’t Rock The Boat (Farnham and Tour).
She made numerous appearances on TV – Children’s Drama, quiz shows, This Is Your Life, Through The Keyhole (twice!), The Lily Savage Show, The Jasper Carrot Show, etc.

Jane was invited to start off the second incarnation of Crossroads and was in the rival soap Brookside.

She has often appeared in pantomime and was in Carlisle last year as their flying Fairy Godmother. She is very happy to be the down-to-earth Mrs Darling and watery Mermaid this year!


Tony Adams

Tony trained at the Italia Conti School. He became a household name as Adam Chance in the long running soap opera Crossroads, having previously played Dr. Neville Bywaters in General Hospital. Other television appearances include Crown Court, On the Waterfront, Queen of Hearts, The upper Hand and The Grimleys. Tony also appeared in the first ever BBC2 production, which was the Cole Porter Musical Kiss Me, Kate as Gremio, playing alongside Howard Keel, Millicent Martin and Pamela Morrison. Most recently he was Colonel Mustard in Cluedo for Sky Television. He also played Taplow in The Browning Version with Sir John Gielgud for the BBC.

Tony’s stage debut was made in a production of Peter Pan at London’s Scala Theatre playing First Twin. As well as being a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company, his West End productions include co-starring with John Hanson in Smiling Through, Riff in West Side Story, Tony in The Boy Friend at the Comedy Theatre, appearing with Elaine Strich in the Noel Coward musical Sail Away and Patrick in Marne opposite Ginger Rogers at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
Tony’s film appearances include The Magic Box, The Life of Melba, Father’s Doing Fine, Reluctant Bride, Touch and Go, Villain with Richard Burton and Lizard in Woman’s Skin with Stanley Baker.

In recent years Tony has appeared as Ali Hakim in the national tour of Oklahoma, in the role of Fagin in Oliveri, Cowardy Custard with Shani Wallis, Merman, a Lady with a Song with Libby Morris, as the King in The King and I opposite Susan Maughan at Bournemouth and in 1993 he toured with his Crossroads co-star, Jane Rossington in the thriller Suspicion and with Emma Sutton in a new comedy The Opposite Sex. He has played Professor Higgins in My Fair Lady, Tevye in a highly successful production of Fiddler on the Hoof and Palmer in It Can Damage Your Health with Hilary Minster. In 1997 Tony did a tour of A Night at the Music Hall with John Inman and Ray Alan and in 2000 he topped the bill in The Good Old Days at the City Varieties in Leeds.

Tony has appeared in many pantomimes including the Grand Theatre in Wolverhampton playing the wicked fairground owner Henry Heinkel in Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Abanazar in Aladdin at the Hawth in Crawley, Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz at Reading, King in Jack and the Beanstalk with John Nettles and Jesse Spencer at Wolverhampton and with The Chuckle Brothers and Bonnie Langford at Nottingham.

In 2001 Tony returned to our television screens in the new series of Crossroads for Carlton Television in his original role as Adam Chance and his recent stage appearances include Captain Hook in Peter Pan at The Theatre Royal, Brighton, Roland in Alan Ayckbourn’s Taking Steps at the Devonshire Park Theatre in Eastbourne and Alderman Fitzwarren in Dick Whittington at the Kings Theatre, Southsea.


Jane Doyle

Jane was born and brought up in Lancashire but trained at the Arts Educational Schools, London. Her first professional engagement was as part of the ensemble In the original cast of Boogie Nights, she then went on to play the principal role of Trish on both the UK national tour and in the West End at the Savoy Theatre. She then went on to Join the outstanding cast of Rent at the Shaftsbury theatre, London playing the role of Maureen on many occasions.

Her next engagement was In Oh! What a Night at the Palace Theatre, Manchester playing the role of Brandy, before returning to Rent again for the UK tour and then back In the West End but this time at the Prince of Wales Theatre. Earlier this year Jane joined the world tour of Boogie Nights traveling to South Africa and New Zealand. Jane would like to say a big thanks to as alw Mum, Dad and Anne, everyone at Paul Telford Management for keeping me sane and my closest friends who are always there for me regardless (you know who you are but especially Martine).

Sheila Kerr

Sheila undertook her diploma in nurse training at Walsall Manor Hospital In 1993 and graduated in 1996. She was now qualified as a paediatric staff nurse. After qualifying she decided to move closer to home and applied for a position at Wolverhampton’s Newcross Hospital where she worked on the outpatients department and the children’s ward for a few years, but Sheila was a frustrated entertainer. Singing was her passion, acting? Well that was mere dream. However, she decided to apply to Wolverhampton University where she would undertake a degree in English and theatre studies. She was accepted on the course and has never looked back. Sheila gained her degree this year.

Sheila has also worked as a murder mystery actor for a Telford based company called Enigma and for a short while was also with the Wolverhampton based, Zip Theatre Company, a communlty based theatre company. The production Rattling was based on women’s true life experiences of drugs in prison. The production was actually performed in prisons, a very enlightening experience Sheila is looking forward to her role as Tiger Lily in Peter Pan and is proud to be performing In the city where she was born and bred.

Beth Humphreys

Following her training at the London School of Musical Theatre, Beth made her professional debut playing Princess Alicia in Jack and the Beanstalk. She then went on to play Cosette and Eponine in the West End production of Les Miserables. Last year she played the role of Anne Marie in the award-winning Walt Disney production of Disney Dreams and this year Beth played the role of Miss Hope in The Great Ship for the BBC. Beth is delighted to be returning to the role of Wendy and can’t wait to fly again!


The Acromaniacs

Take a group of international gymnasts and tumblers, put them together and you have the highly acclaimed act known as The Acromaniacs.

The Acromaniacs is a fast and hilariously funny, slapstick acrobatic act constantly in world wide demand, such is Its entertainment value which crosses all language barriers. The groups use of trampette, box and crashmat has to be seen to be believed… split second timing was never more important!

Recent years have seen The Acromaniacs establish themselves as one of Britain’s top speciality attractions with numerous appearances in premier pantomime and summer season productions, working alongside such stars as Brian Conley, Billy Pearce, Joe Pasquale, Leslie Grantham, Shane Richie, Little and Large, Russ Abbott, and Jim Davidson to name but a few. The act has also featured on several top TV series in the UK and throughout Europe, appearances include The Brian Conley Show, Surprise Surprise, and Talking Telephone Numbers, Hola Raffailla (TV5 Spain), Tutti a Casa (RAH1 Rome). The Acromaniacs are also proud to boast no less than five successive appearances on the BBC’s Children’s Royal Variety Performance in the gracious presence of HRH The Princess Margaret where each year the boys delighted and captivated the young audience with their displays of comedy acrobatics. The boys are delighted to be appearing here in Wolverhampton. For further Information on the Acromaniacs visit their web site at

The Acromaniacs consist of: Gareth Packer, Attila Dinka, Scott Ormrod, Ajit Thethy


Pirates and Townsfolk

Wezley Ashworth
Jenny Ann Bowen
Adam Bracegirdle
Janine Craig
Fallon Donakey
Sarah Dunning
Tim Hodges
Drew McOnie


The Classic Academy of Dance

Classic Academy of Dance, based in its own studios in Willenhall has gone from strength to strength since its formation In 1992 and now boasts over 400 pupils. As well as opening a branch at St.Thomas More in Great Wyrley, Classic Academy also has a branch at Esporta Leisure Club in Wolverhampton, with another branch opening at Esporta Lichfield in January 2004. Many pupils at the school go on to full time dance colleges and are now in professional work. Those who wish to follow careers in dance teaching, study teachers training courses at Classic Academy. Pupils regularly appear in local and national productions and this year have appeared in Fiddler on the Roof, Summer Holiday and Carousel at the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre. Classic Academy has provided the juvenile performers for the annual pantomime at the Grand Theatre for the last six years and once again are delighted to be involved in this year’s performance of Peter Pan.

Principal Jackie Bailey has more than 20 years teaching experience and also teaches the BTEC National Diploma in Performing Arts at both Sutton Coldfield and Walsall Colleges. All teachers at Classic Academy are qualified in their subject or in full time teacher training. Classes are available in Ballet, Tap, Theatre Craft, Modem Jazz, Disco, Drama and Fitness. Adult dance classes are also available. Classic Academy also offers both the IDTA and RAD syllabus and follows a regular and recognised examination format.

Jackie Bailey, on behalf of everyone at Classic Academy would like to wish all the cast and crew of Peter Pan every success with this year’s production.

Laura Morgan / Stuart Bacon / Sophie Bryan / Aimee Holder / Abbey Southall / Connor Bacon / Bethany Ruffle / Megan Rai / Hannah Sumner / Ellis Bailey / Jessica Bayliss / Sharnie Billingley / Faime Spinks / Alex Sumner / Samantha Dorrance / Megan Tranter


Jon Conway

The Christmas panto season starts for Jon around January, some eleven months before the show opens. For it is by then that he and the Qdos team start casting the following years pantomimes and the process of inventing new ideas and scripts really begins. Every year Jon is responsible for creating and supervising over a dozen of Qdos panto shows, altogether he has written and directed over 200 pantos. Jon has directed a whole clutch of EastEnders stars as Captain Hook including Leslie Grantham, Shane Richie, Ross Kemp and this year Steve McFadden, providing all of them with a different twist on the classic tale.

Originally born on a circus, his early career as a performer took him from there to comedy, magic and straight acting in British TV soaps, before becoming a producer/director at the tender age of twenty-four. Since then, together with Nick Thomas, their Qdos entertainment group company has become one of the majr production houses in the UK and through their International Artistes Talent division are also responsible for managing many leading performers.

Jon has personally staged innumerable summer shows, concert tours, circuses and pantomimes, including a gala at the RSC and the Blackpool Centenary Spectacular before Her Majesty The Queen.

Every year, over one million people see a live show he has written or directed. Jon’s favourite form of entertainment is pantomime and he is acknowledged as one of the leading authorities on the subject.

He has also devised many shows for BBC TV including Public Enemy, Rock With Laughter, and the children’s hit for the Chuckle Brothers, To Me To You.

In collaboration with Shane Richie and Terry Morrison, Jon wrote (and also directed) Boogie Nights – the 70’s Musical, which over 5 years has toured the UK several times and enjoyed a successful run at the Savoy Theatre in London’s West End and has received rave reviews on a World Tour in USA, South Africa and New Zealand.

Jon was also responsible for the first ever stage production of Happy Days, based on the hit TV series which toured Britain, Australia and America.

Maurice Thoroughgood

Maurice was a television film editor before winning a scholarship to RADA where, as an honours graduate, he won the Ronson Award.

From acting and directing in children’s theatre, he moved into repertory. Theatre appearances include Relative Values (opposite Anna Neagle), My Giddy Aunt (Mollie Sugden), Pyjama Tops and Bedside Manners (John Inman). Favourite roles are Frank (Educating Rita), Owen (Clouds), Heathcliffe (Wuthering Heights) and Dracula (title role). In summer 1996 he appeared in Same Time Next Year and the Tilting Ground premiere at the Mowlem Theatre, Swanage.

Film and television include The Bitch, The Jigsaw Man, Up the Elephant and Round the Castle, Let There Be Love, Grandad and Rentaghost. In 1994 he filmed The House That Mary Bought (Susan George) and The Way to Dusty Death (mini-series). He also works as a voice-over artist on many TV and radio projects, one of which was History’s Mysteries for the Discovery Channel. Maurice worked with Michael Caine in the feature film Shadow Run and more recently appeared in the popular television series Heartbeat.

Maurice recently completed a summer season of Run for Your Wife, playing Sgt Troughton, at the Mill at Sonning. He has appeared in pantomime with Frankie Howerd, and played villain roles in Dick Whittington, Aladdin, Babes in the Wood (two seasons with Cannon and Ball), Robinson Crusoe (four seasons with David Essex), and played an Ugly Sister in Cinderella at the Grand Theatre, Swansea. Maurice has directed and appeared in Dick Whittington at the Lewisham Theatre, The Three Bears at Reading and Robin Hood at Darlington. He then appeared at the Alhambra in Bradford in Dick Whittington (1999) and Aladdin (2000).

During the summer of 2000, Maurice directed and appeared in Let’s Go Pantomime and Hot Chef shows for Haven Holidays parks. The 2001/2002 Christmas season saw Maurice appearing In Aladdin at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham with Cannon & Ball and Tricia Penrose.

During Summer 2002 Maurice appeared In Absurd Person Singular at the Pier Theatre In Bournemouth alongside Amanda Barrie, Leslie Grantham and Carol Harrison.

This summer Maurice directed, David Copperfield for the New Farnham Theatre Company followed by Bedside Manners at the Pier Theatre, Bournemouth starring John Inman.

He has his own multi-media production company, Splice Productions, and throughout the year has been directing promotion videos.

David Lane

David has been a professional musician for over 30 years, working in all kinds of music, from Classical, Rock, Pop and Jazz. He has been Involved in theatre work since the early BO’s being MD/Keyboard Player for shows in London’s West End and

on many national tours. These Include Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat; Oliver!; Kiss Me, Kate; Fame; The Goodbye Girl; 42nd Street; Pirates of Penzance; Carousel and 7 Brides for 7 Brothers, and you might have caught a glimpse of him on Pop Stars, playing for some of the Auditions at the N.I.A.

He has been MD for many famous people such as Brian Conley, Danny La Rue, Gary Wilmot, Frank Bruno, Mathew Kelly and Rolf Harris and is also the musical director of BBS Spotlight, the drama and performing arts workshop affiliated to the Birmingham Hippodrome.

This is David’s 14th consecutive Panto season and his second year at Wolverhampton Grand.

Stillie Dee

Stillie is delighted to be invited to choreograph this year’s production of Peter Pan here in Wolverhampton.

Stillie has previously choreographed pantomimes in Newcastle, Richmond, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Bournemouth and Swansea. As a choreographer Stillie has worked all over the world creating many varied productions and ensemble pieces for principle cruise lines as well as summer seasons and national UK tours.

As well as her work in the theatre, Stillie also works extensively in the commercial field, choreographic Corporate Trade and Fashion Shows for many clients including L’Oreal and Vidal Sassoon through to videos featured on MTV.

Stillie also has a busy freelance teaching schedule whilst at the same time being on the teaching facility at the exciting and innovative ‘Phil Winston’s Theatreworks’ based in Blackpool. Dedicated to training the talent of the future in all aspects of the theatre ‘Theatreworks’ was recently recognised by a performance before Her Majesty the Queen for the Jubilee celebrations.


Performance Photos

Decorative curtain, pre- and post-show

Cannon and Ball as the pirates

With Tinkerbell (Jane Doyle)

With Peter Pan (Lee Brennan)

With Hook (Tony Adams)

The Acromaniacs, who played pirates.