The show offered just… “the right mix of slapstick one-liners, jokes and gags, audience participation as well as pyrotechnics, a magical revolving stage and references to the X Factor and Only Fools and Horses”.
Get inspired by reading the whole glittering review in Kent Online here
Audiences were bowled over by Beauty and the Beast at Chatham’s Central Theatre, which starred Only Fools and Horses’ Sue Holderness as the Wicked Malevolent.
Sue was joined by X-Factor sensation and Celebrity Big Brother star Stevi Ritchie as Potty Pierre, pot washer to the palace. Bigger, better and beastlier than any panto seen in Medway, Beauty and the Beast did not disappoint.
Kent Online called the production “clever, funny and magical… full of hilarious innuendos, comedy classics, polished performances, fantastic costumes and modern songs and magic”.