THINK you’re too old for Panto?  Think again… Raunchy, rude and occasionally downright crude, Guildford’s Adult Panto returns for a fifth year as Jack and his Giant Stalk comes to the Back Room of the Star Inn from Tuesday, November 28 to Sunday, December 31.

All is not peachy in the kingdom of Fringeland as the impact of Frexit starts to bite.  Even double-entendres have been banned for being French.

Poor Jack’s farm is on its uppers and two hairy men in outrageous frocks are at their wits’ end.  Can three magic beans change their fortunes in life and love?  We all know the answer to that one.

Meanwhile in the Kingdom of Pantoland, the elusive Evil Queen has Princess Jill imprisoned in a castle behind a mahoosive hedge.  Who can finally conquer her bush and stop the Evil Queen governing the land without a solid man-date?

Once again, Guildford Fringe has assembled a spectacular cast to tell their flirty, occasionally dirty fairy-tale.

With a head for heights and a body fit for a princess, Guildford School of Acting graduate William Meyer is perfectly equipped to play the dashing hero, as he takes the lead as Jack Meoff.

William is joined on stage by Georgia-May Matthews who is sure to wreak havoc as Mary Hell.

After her huge success in Robin’s Wood last year, Rebecca Withers returns to entertain you with her fabulous blend of filth, fun and frolics – not to mention some immodest dance moves and dubious audience participation – as your favourite comic Huey Lewis.

Returning for a fifth consecutive year and certain to be flagrantly wicked, Hilary Harwood is back with a naughty vengeance and a burning desire to dominate the Kingdom as the Evil Queen.

King – or should we say queen? – of comic timing, Ian Henshaw returns to Guildford in his delightfully audacious dame regalia as Suki Meoff. There’s double trouble this year with not one dame to contend with, but two: David West steps up to be Ian’s partner in Panto cross-dressing crime as he joins the gang to play Carrie Meoff.

Adult Pantoland just wouldn’t be complete without a shamelessly seductive princess: Lacey Cherrett joins the cast to brazenly loiter around the castle in scandalous poses as Jill Labelle.

This debaucherous cast, two whole Kingdoms and a giant sodding beanstalk will be on display in the Back Room of The Star Inn for your pleasure and amusement: to guarantee you’re in on the action all you need now is a ticket!

Strictly over 18s and not for the easily offended, this night of bawdy humour and hilariously inappropriate innuendo promises to be the one Christmas party you really don’t want to miss.

Tickets for Guildford’s Adult Panto: Jack and his Giant Stalk are on sale now!  They’re £18.50 each (£17.50 concessions) and they sell quickly – to make sure you don’t miss out on the action, please call 0333 666 3366 or BOOK HERE.


By Guildford Fringe Theatre Company

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