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Two stars from Norwich Theatre Royal’s panto Aladdin are heading into the offices of the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News - to take your questions.
Two stars from Norwich Theatre Royals panto Aladdin are heading into the offices of the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News - to take your questions.
Lucy Dixon, who plays Aladdin, and Nick Aldis, The Genie, will take part in a webchat on www.edp24.co.uk and www.eveningnews24.co.uk from 1pm on Monday, December 3.
And anyone who submits a question will have the chance to win a family ticket to the press night (two adults and two children) for Thursday, December 20th at 7.30pm. The panto also stars Graham Cole, one of the most popular stars of The Bill and runs from December 18 to January 19.
TO SUBMIT YOUR QUESTION EMAIL David.Powles@archant.co.uk. Please leave your name and email address. Your email adresss will not be published.
LUCY DIXON BIOG Born and brought up in Manchester, Lucy trained with renowned acting coach David Johnson who has nurtured a host of top TV and stage performers.
Lucy is best-known for two regular television roles. She plays the caring student Tilly Evans in Hollyoaks on Channel Four and also played the feisty fashionista Danielle Harker in Waterloo Road on BBC1 plus its spin-off Waterloo Road Reunited. Other TV parts include Leanne Taylor in Doctors on BBC1.
Stage appearances include Alice Fitzwarren in Dick Whittington at Weston-Super-Mare, and the lead role in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at Whitley Bay Playhouse.
NICK ALDIS BIOG Nick Aldis is making a return to the Norwich Theatre Royal pantomime cast after last appearing as the henchman Igor in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 2008/9.
Competing as Magnus, Nick is one of the top stars in the TNA wrestling organisation wrestling for the company all over the globe and winning the TNA World Tag Team championship. Nick has worked for a number of other wrestling companies recently winning the GHC Tag Team Championship for the Pro Wrestling Noah company in Japan. He also worked for the Ring Ka King company in India winning the world heavyweight championship.
Television includes Oblivion (or The Big O as he was known) in Gladiators, presenter of the current series of Ultimate Strongman 2012 and Are You Smarter Than A 10-Year-Old?
Nick is also a celebrity supporter of the Alzheimers Society.
Tickets for the panto range from 5.50 to 20. Discounts for Over-60s, Under-18s and Groups. Call the box office on 01603 630000. For more info or to book online www.theatreroyalnorwich.co.uk