Harpenden’s 2017 pantomime stars revealed

Harpenden 2017 pantomime Dick Whittington

Harpenden 2017 pantomime Dick Whittington - Credit: Archant

Creatives behind Harpenden’s 2017 pantomime have revealed more of this year’s cast members.

Luke Roberts will star in Harpenden 2017 pantomime Dick Whittington

Luke Roberts will star in Harpenden 2017 pantomime Dick Whittington - Credit: Archant

Act One Pantomimes returns to Harpenden Public Halls this December with another laughter-packed family panto.

Dick Whittington is this year’s festive production at the Southdown Road venue, and tickets are already flying out the doors.

Ernie Almond will appear in Harpenden 2017 pantomime Dick Whittington

Ernie Almond will appear in Harpenden 2017 pantomime Dick Whittington - Credit: Archant

Having already confirmed the return of TV’s Hi-5 star Luke Roberts, Jen Pringle and Ernie Almond have also been added to the panto cast.

Jen, who can be seen on weekday mornings presenting Milkshake on Channel Five, will star as Fairy Bowbells.

Jen Pringle will appear in Harpenden 2017 pantomime Dick Whittington

Jen Pringle will appear in Harpenden 2017 pantomime Dick Whittington - Credit: Archant


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An Act One spokesman said: “Jen is really looking forward to coming to the town to spread her Fairy magic. And we are delighted that she’ll be joining us.”

He added: “She is immensely popular with children.”

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As previously announced, Luke Roberts returns to play Idle Jack following his success last year as Buttons in Cinderella.

BBC Three Counties Radio’s Ernie Almond also returns to add his comedy talents to the show as The Sultan.

The family pantomime will run from Saturday, December 9 to Friday, December 22 and promises to be another magical Christmas treat.

• Tickets are available from the Harpenden Public Halls box office on 01582 767525 or online at www.harpendenpublichalls.co.uk

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