Adult Panto DICK! COMES AGAIN to Return to Leicester Square, Nov 27-Jan 19
The West End's No1 Adult Panto is back - and this Christmas season it is Dick! Comes Again: Bigger, Longer, Harder!
Legendary international DJ and celebrated nightclub diva, Miss Dusty 'O', who made her West End stage debut in last year's acclaimed, sold out Dick!, is back as S'HoHo' sex club owner Miss Sofonda Cox.
Dick! Comes Again: Bigger, Longer, Harder! plays an eight-week season from Wednesday 27 November to Sunday 19 January.
Miss Dusty 'O' is accompanied by a highly talented gang of West End Wendys to take on another camp and quiet ridiculous, carnal romp through London Town, written and directed once again by Stuart Saint.
The infamous Queen Runt has risen from the deep, dark depths of showbiz hell, bringing 'Carry On'-style chaos to the festive season. Will familiar friends, Dick!, Alice, Fairy Bell-End and the infamous pussy, Dave The Cat, be able to save the day and restore order to London's favourite and number one panto? ... Probably not, but a scintillating, riotously rude and hilarious evening is in store for the filthiest Christmas and debauched New Year you'll ever enjoy!
STRICTLY ADULTS ONLY! Dick! Comes Again: Bigger, Longer, Harder! is not for the faint hearted, easily offended or shockable - However you should give it a try, you never know, after all, there's nothing wrong with a little bit of Dick!
After working for designer Zandra Rhodes, Miss Dusty 'O' turned to DJing - a career that has taken her to play in almost every European city, together with residencies at uber fashionable Bambina's at Venom in Leicester Square, Nancys at The End, the massive monthly club megalith Pushca, legendary club night Bang, seven years at The Limelight on Sunday night, Don't Call Me Babe at the now sadly missed Ghetto (nine years), G-A-Y at The Astoria, Camp Attack and Heaven on Saturday for two years and Popcorn at Heaven on Mondays for five years. Eight years ago, Dusty started the Trannyshack club night at what was then the Soho Revue Bar. This night is still going strong at Madame JoJo's and has developed a massive cult following. When not DJ'ing or hosting her own club nights, Dusty has recorded several singles and been featured on no fewer than five albums, most recently with the 2011 release of Wat 2 Do and a charity single in aid of an HIV charity together with a host of Soho faces and stars called Xmas In Soho.
Dave Bibby (Dick) is a stand-up comedian and actor. As seen in Channel 4's Eye Spy alongside Stephen Fry, awarded 'Best Male Act' at the SOLO Festival Awards, performs in sketch trio Lead Pencil and played Bottom in Principal Theatre's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Laura Curnick (Fairy Bell-End) specialises in creating comedy characters which she performs in both live and recorded work. On a whim she entered the Funny Woman competition last year and made it onto their "One to Watch List". Her theatre credits include: The List (Tamar Broadbent) The New Musical Song Book (Aria Entertainment) Christmas Special NewsRevue (The Canal Café Theatre), NewsRevue (The Canal Café Theatre) The Cat in The Rain, tour (Chief Theatre Company) Loot (North London Actors), Dogging for City Lights (RVT), Operation New Life (Hen and Chickens) Aladdin, Punch, Late Breaking News and Golden Boy, all for (Greenwich Theatre) Jack and the Beanstalk, (Party Time Productions) Arthur Smiths Walkabout (Street Theatre). Tracey Emins Top Spot (BBC) Smyth's Toys Commercial (Eight Trick Pony), Red Mist (Swerve Films).
Laura Hyde (Alice) created the role of Fairy Bell-End in last year's Dick! She was Middle Aged Witch for Richard Jones's Macbeth (Glyndebourne Festival & Touring Opera, Royal Albert Hall and Opera De Lille).
Nick Read's (Dave The Cat) theatre credits include; Lucius in Titus Andronicus, Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream and Alex in A Misunderstanding at Southwark Playhouse. He has just finished filming the role of Policeman in Scarlett Says and stars opposite Nadine Shah in her latest music video. Nick also makes up one fifth of comedy group Zazu.
Paula Masterton (Queen Runt) recently appeared in The Life of Stuff at Theatre 503 and Silent Witness (BBC 1).
Writer/Director/Choreographer Stuart Saint has an extensive range of theatrical endeavours under his belt on national tour and in the West End, most recently the new production of Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens at Leicester Square Theatre, NewsRevue at the Canal Cafe Theatre and Saving Souls In Soho at the Greenwich Theatre as part of The Band Plays On festival. Other recent theatre credits Include: Toxic Bankers (Soho Theatre/The Lowry/Leicester Square Theatre), The Boys In The Band (Greenwich Theatre), Boudoir Star, A Saintly Affair and of course the critically acclaimed Dick! (Leicester Square Theatre). As a choreographer, Stuart has worked on many UK tours and music videos for MTV, some which have been a huge hit on YouTube including: This Is The Night for the Guru Project and Baby One More Time spoof for Greg James and BBC 3. Currently, Stuart is developing his rock ballet Princess for The Frivolous Dance Company and also is one of the spear heads behind The New Musical Project at the Leicester Square Theatre.
Produced by Martin Witts for London International Arts Theatre Ltd (LIAT).
Dick Comes Again!: Bigger, Longer, Harder! will play the Leicester Square Theatre, 6 Leicester Place, LONDON WC2H 7BX. Box office: 08448 733433 or online at www.leicestersquaretheatre.com. Tickets: £18.50. Friday & Saturday evenings: £20.50.
Wednesday 27 November at 7.00pm
Thursday 28 November at 7.00pm
Friday 29 November at 7.00pm & 9.30pm
Saturday 30 November at 7.00pm & 9.30pm
Sunday 1 December at 5.00pm
Tuesday 3 December at 7.00pm
Wednesday 4 December at 7.00pm
Thursday 5 December at 7.00pm
Friday 6 December at 7.00pm & 9.30pm
Saturday 7 December at 4.00pm, 7.00pm & 9.30pm
Sunday 8 December at 5.00pm
Tuesday 10 December at 7.00pm
Wednesday 11 December at 7.00pm
Thursday 12 December at 7.00pm
Friday 13 December at 7.00pm & 9.30pm
Saturday 14 December at 4.00pm, 7.00pm & 9.30pm
Sunday 15 December at 5.00pm
Tuesday 17 December at 7.00pm
Wednesday 18 December at 7.00pm
Thursday 19 December at 7.00pm
Friday 20 December at 7.00pm & 9.30pm
Saturday 21 December at 4.00pm, 7.00pm & 9.30pm
Sunday 22 December at 5.00pm
Friday 27 December at 7.00pm & 9.30pm
Saturday 28 December at 4.00pm, 7.00pm & 9.30pm
Sunday 29 December at 5.00pm
Monday 30 December at 7.00pm
Thursday 2 January at 7.00pm
Friday 3 January at 7.00pm
Saturday 4 January at 4.00pm, 7.00pm & 9.30pm
Sunday 5 Jan at 5.00pm
Tuesday 7 January at 7.00pm
Wednesday 8 January at 7.00pm
Thursday 9 January at 7.00pm
Friday 10 January at 7.00pm
Saturday 11 January at 7.00pm & 9.30pm
Sunday 12 January at 5.00pm
Tuesday 14 January at 7.00pm
Wednesday 15 January at 7.00pm
Thursday 16 January at 7.00pm
Friday 17 January at 7.00pm
Saturday 18 January at 7.00pm & 9.30pm
Sunday 19 January at 5.00pm