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Christmas 2014: The three most intriguing celebrity panto appearances

Brace yourself for Hasselhoff

Holly Williams,Hugh Montgomery
Saturday 22 November 2014 13:00
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Jerry Hall (Hand out press photograph provided by jackstanley@theambassadors.com)
Jerry Hall (Hand out press photograph provided by jackstanley@theambassadors.com)

Jerry Hall in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

5 Dec to 11 Jan, Richmond Theatre, London; atgtickets.com

The supermodel turned wicked queen’s scarlet pout and icy stare promise to chill, while those endless legs, liberally on display in the dragged-through-Ann-Summers-backwards costume, will no doubt thrill …?

Greg McHugh in Peter Pan

(6 Dec to 11 Jan, King’s Theatre Glasgow; atgtickets.com)

Quite the hippest star on the panto rounds is the Scottish comic writer and actor best known as Fresh Meat’s lovable weirdo Howard, performing in Glasgow as henchman Smee.

David Hasselhoff/Christopher Biggins in Peter Pan

David Hasselhoff as Captain Hook, Peter Pan 2013-14 (press image from Emma White)

13 Dec to 11 Jan, Southend-on-Sea;  southendtheatres.org.uk

Brace yourself for the ultimate panto double-whammy, with the Hoff, who’s been pulling on the thigh-high boots as Captain Hook for years now, playing opposite the UK’s most famous, fabulous dame.






 

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