Orchard Theatre launches this year’s pantomime, Peter Pan

PUBLISHED: 11:38 06 December 2019 | UPDATED: 11:38 06 December 2019

The Orchard Theatre's production of Peter Pan has launched

The Orchard Theatre's production of Peter Pan has launched

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The swashbuckling panto opens this month to Dartford’s Orchard Theatre and is sure to keep the whole family laughing

This year's Orchard Theatre pantomime stars come together to step aboard the Jolly Roger to launch the swash buckling pantomime Peter Pan, which opens Saturday 14 December starring Steve McFadden and Andy Ford.

Soap star Steve McFadden was joined by his hilarious shipmate Andy Ford and Joe Sleight (Peter Pan) and Keisha Atwell (Tiger-Lily) outside The Orchard Theatre along with Bill the Croc, provided by Twins FX, to bring some early festive cheer to the venue!

Former British Soap Awards 'Villain of the Year', Steve McFadden is one of Britain's favourite soap-baddies and has been a regular on our TV screens for nearly two decades. Steve's TV credits include The Bill, Minder, Bergerac, Kevin and Perry Go Large, Murder in Mind, Britain's Hardest and, most famously, EastEnders.

Joining him as Mr Smee will be comedian Andy Ford. One of pantomime's most successful comedians Andy has appeared on stages across the UK entertaining thousands of theatregoers with his quick-wit, physical routines and sense of humour winning rave-reviews and legions of fans wherever he performs.

Book your tickets now!

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