Rock n Roll Panto 2015

The New Wolsey Theatre have announced the full cast for The Sword In The Stone – The Rock’n’Roll Panto, running from Thursday 27th November until Saturday 31st January 2015, which is sponsored by Ipswich Building Society.

This year’s cast of talented actor-musicians feature some familiar faces from previous New Wolsey Theatre shows, tours and pantomimes. These include: last year’s Beauty from Beauty and the Beast Lucy Wells as Guinevere, Sean Kingsley, Daniel Carter Hope, Adam Langstaff, and previous rock’n’roll panto favourite Steve Simmonds who last appeared in Sleeping Beauty as Mordred. Also returning to the New Wolsey stage is Georgina White. Another returnee and this year’s Dame is Graham Kent.

The-Beauty-and-the-Beast-Cast-with-Ipswich-Building-Society's-Pound-The-Hound.-Photo-Mike-KwasniakNew to the New Wolsey Theatre are: Barnaby Southgate, Rob Falconer and Sandy Grigelis.

This is a brand new pantomime written and directed by the New Wolsey’s Artistic Director, Peter Rowe, with musical direction from Ben Goddard.

Alongside this news, the team is also excited to announce a new sponsor for the rock’n’roll pantos – Ipswich Building Society. The organisation has kindly agreed to sponsor the New Wolsey’s sell-out pantomimes for the next three years.

It’s the end of the war and the Barbarians have been beaten back! But now the time has come to unite the seven kingdoms together by crowning the bravest knight of all as the rightful King of all the Britons. Join Merlin, Guinevere, Kay and the stunning Dame Bernadette Broadbottom to discover just who pulled the sword from that stone!

With favourite tunes including: I’m Going To Rain On Your Parade, You Got The Love, Come On Baby Light My Fire and Backstreet’s Back…

 …It’s time to Rule The World

• Tickets are on sale now and can be booked through the Tickets Sales Team by calling 01473 295900 or by booking online at where there is the option to live chat with the team should you have any further questions.

• Pictured the cast of last year’s panto, pic by Mike Kwasniak.