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Local Dame stars in Brighton’s traditional family panto this Christmas

Besi Besemar November 26, 2018

David Rumelle plays Dame Dolly Trott
David Rumelle plays Dame Dolly Trott

Local actor David Rumelle plays his twenty-fourth consecutive Dame in pantomime since 1995 as Dame Dolly Trott in Jack and the Beanstalk this Christmas.

PRODUCED by local company E3 productions at the Hilton Brighton¬†Metropole¬†from December 20-29, Jack and the Beanstalk is Brighton’s only professional pantomime this Christmas heralding E3’s¬†commitment to ensuring a traditional family pantomime plays in Brighton for the second year running.

It follows the company’s succesful production of Cinderella last year and features Christopher Biggins as the ‘on screen’ King.

David says:“√Ź’m so proud to appear in pantomime in my home town at long last and add to my catalogue of dames.”

As usual – David has designed his full wardrobe for the production which features a costume originally worn by the Trollettes in the 1970’s !!

This spectacular new production, which features a huge LED video wall, a 7ft animatronic giant and the biggest sing and dance-along version of Baby Shark in Brighton, is just part of this unique Christmas experience.

Ticket holders to the 820-seated auditorium will also enjoy free entrance to a magical Christmas Fayre which features festive food options, Christmas stalls and lots of games for the children.

Each performance will also be raising money for a number of local charities including Chailey Heritage Foundation, Chestnut Tree House, The Starr Trust, The Sussex Beacon, Sussex Wildlife Trust and the Rockinghorse charity.

Tickets range in price from £19.99 to £29.70.

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