Star of Film/TV/Stage
Warwick's roles have taken the veteran actor from his roots in Surrey, England, to galaxies far, far away, to the magical world of J.K. Rowling's 'Hogwarts', and to C.S.Lewis's fantastical land of Narnia in a career spanning over two decades.
Producer & Director
Jon Conway was the co-founder of Qdos Entertainment group over twenty years ago, helping steer it to be one of the UK’S major light entertainment companies. In his role as creative director, he produced over 400 pantomimes and devised shows for BBC TV, Celebrity cruise lines, Las Vegas showrooms, and concert tours all over the world. Jon currently produces the largest Pantomime in the world.
Clive is a veteran actor who has lent his talents to many productions. Recently playing Frankie Howard and Peter Sellers in the play "The Afterlife of Cook & Moore" which he co-wrote. Clive is a Pantomime historian with a wealth of knowledge on the subject.
Star of TV & Stage
One of the most recognisable faces from The Bill, Graham was recognised as the show's most enduring cast members. It would be fair to describe him as a policing veteran. Graham is also a regular on the stage where he is best-known for his villains in musicals and Pantomimes like Aladdin & Dick Whittington
Robert Hyman is a Composer, Lyricist, Musical Director and Performer. He has written music and lyrics for Cinderella (2007 Olivier-nominated & 2011), Robin Hood, Pinocchio, Aladdin, Red Riding Hood and Dick Whittington (with Trish Cooke); Red Riding Hood and Dick Whittington all commissioned by the Theatre Royal Stratford.
John Barr is an acclaimed actor, acting and singing coach. John, who was trained at the Sylvia Young Theatre School, made his West End debut at the age of 12 in OLIVER at the Albery Theatre. Since then he has had a varied career appearing on Stage, TV, Film, Cabaret, Concerts Pantomimes and Recordings.