Crazy For You

Bobby – Ben Bailey

Polly – Elinor Kirby 

Zangler – Ian Appleyard

Tess – Sarah Brodie

Lank – Richard Foot 

Irene – Georgia Wormald 

Lotte Child – Gina Garton 

Everett – Kevin Hickson

Patricia – Katherine Fitzgerald

Eugene – Joe Spence

Patsy – Gina Hobson 

Sam – Thomas Peck 

Moose – Aaron Bolton 

Mingo – Mark Jardine 

Custus – Chris Holmes 


Katie Flanagan

Kimberley Fletcher

Paige Hudder

Elise Johnson

Sophie Keen 

Emma Rokahr 

Tanya Sewell

Pauline Simpson

Female Ensemble 

Rhiannon Baxendell

Sue Bielby

Emily Fox

Dot Gilchrist 

Rachel Gilroy

Sam Hotham

Abigail Potter 

Karen Todman 

Megan Wilson 

Male Ensemble 

Chris Barquez

Chris Corbett

Christian Brodie

Kieran Danby

Toby Dodson

James Galer

Andrei Gillett

Mark Gillyon-Powell

James Grindley

Oscar Morton

Josh Murraybutler

Richard Skelton

Joseph Walker

Further Male Ensemble TBC

Additional Female Ensemble may be added from a reserves list if more male members are cast, in order to maintain a balanced demographic. Expressions of interest from additional men are warmly welcomed.

Dick Whittington

Due to improvement renovations at Hessle Town Hall, we are unable to perform a show in 2023. However our 2024 pantomime will be Dick Whittington with show dates as follows:

Friday 6th Dec 7.30pm
Sat 7th Dec 2pm and 7pm
Sun 8th Dec 12 o’clock noon and 5pm


Dick Whittington – Sarah-Lucy Penny

Alice Fitzwarren – Megan Wilson

Sarah The Cook – Martin Beaumont

Tommy Twiddle – Mark Jardine

Fairy of the Bells – Paige Hudder

King Rat – Rachel Bower-Smith

Alderman Fitzwarren – Nathan Major-Kershaw

Sultan of Morocco – Neal Edlin

Sultana of Morocco – Sarah Brodie

Diddles the Cat – Abigail Potter

Captain Cockle – Christian Brodie

Boson Butch – Aaron Bolton

Night Watchman – Josh Murraybutler

Small Sarah – Isla Brodie

Small Tommy – Archie Phillips

Small Diddles – Polly Gowans


Nina Brodie, Isla Brodie , Archie Phillips, Polly Gowans.

Ensemble TBC once venue is Confirmed

Babes In The Wood

December 2022


Robin Hood – Hannah Wilson
Marian – Sarah Brodie
Dolly – Martin Beaumont
Simon – Mark Jardine
Sheriff – Mark Gillyon-Powell
Slap – Connor Wilson
Tickle – Christian Brodie
Diddles – Sally Hague
Friar Tuck – Kelly Lightfoot
Jane – Isla Brodie
Tommy – Archie Phillips
Fairy – Ellie Kirby
Will Scarlet – Richard Foot
Alan a Dale – Megan Wilson
Much the miller – Rachel Wheatley
King Richard – Sarah-Lucy Penny


Lesley Cussons
Emily Calvert
Richard Foot
Dot Gilchrist
Douglas Julian
Kerry Leslie
Katie Leslie
Allison Owen
Sarah-Lucy Penny
Lilly Porter
Abigail Potter
Joseph Walker
Ruby Welborn
Rachel Wheatley
Megan Wilson

Our House

Hull New Theatre – April 2023 – Cast List

Joe CaseyConnor Wilson
SarahRachel Wheatley
EmmoJoe Porte
LewisJoe Spence
AngieElinor Kirby 
BillieMegan Wilson
KathKatherine Fitzgerald
ReeceyJoseph Bough
Joe’s DadNeal Edlin
Mr PressmanJohn Ainsley

Hannah Allman, Sue Bielby, Aaron Bolton, Rachel Bower-Smith, Christian Brodie, Sarah Brodie, David Cameron, Luke Cardwell, Kieran Danby, Toby Dodson, Chris Ellis, Russell Fallon, Katie Flanagan, Kimberley Fletcher, Jade Fraser, Gina Garton, Dot Gilchrist, Rachel Gilroy, Kevin Hickson, Sam Hotham, Paige Hudder, Owen Hyde, Mark Jardine, Elise Johnson, Sophie Keen, Oscar Morton, Josh Murraybutler, Allison Owen, Tom Peck, Abigail Potter, Emma Rokahr, Harry Salter, Joseph Walker, Rachel Waters, Hannah Wilson, Elaine Windass

Songs For A New World – The Musical

Tickets now available for the show which will be broadcast online on June 19th.

$14 (+$3.95) single (£10+ £2.80)
$20 (+$3.95) household (£14.25 + £3.80)

£ approx subject to exchange rates and NSTF may apply.

simply visit:

Opening Sequence 1: The New World – Company
Opening Sequence 2: On the Deck of a Spanish Sailing Ship, 1492: Michelle Metcalfe and Company
Just One Step: Rachel Bower
I’m Not Afraid of Anything: Elinor Kirby
The River Won’t Flow: Luke Gillingham, Mark Jardine and Company
Stars and the Moon: Pauline Milroy
She Cries: Joe Spence
The Steam Train: Aaron Bolton and Company
The World Was Dancing: Sam Mitchell, Hannah Wilson and Company
Surabaya-Santa: Sarah Brodie
Christmas Lullaby: Holly Brigden
King of the World: Russell Fallon
I’d Give It All For You: Christian Brodie and Rachel Waters
The Flagmaker, 1775: Sarah North
Flying Home: Emily Hardy and Company
Hear My Song: Georgia Wormald, Tanya Sewell and Company

Featured soloist will also sing within the company.


Bethany Headland, Kevin Hickson, Alistair Hull, Elise Johnson, Katie Osindeinde, Courtney Puckering, Colin Thompson, Marianne Todd

Remaining solo lines which will be allocated during the rehearsal period.

The Night Before Christmas

The Night Before Christmas

With all the Pantomimes cancelled, poor Diddles has nothing to do and is alone after a long isolated year, at home, and it looks like Christmas won’t be any different.  Or will it?

Diddles finds his friends have been up to all sorts to brighten up Christmas and share with him those special moments to make everyone’s Christmas as magical as ever. (Oh yes they have!) 

Look out for TikTokly Come Dancing, The Great Dame Off, Piddlington’s got talent, songs and laughs from some of your favourite panto friends and much more.

This is a special online production brought to you by all at Hessle Theatre Company for free. 

Premiering on our YouTube channel on Saturday 19 December at 8pm
And then available for all to watch throughout the Christmas period.

No one does Christmas Panto quite like Hessle Theatre Company!

Regina Monologues

Regina Monologue Ticket Information

To buy tickets CLICK HERE

$7 + $2.95 booking fee single or
$13 for household +
$3.95 booking fee
*NSTF may be applied by card issuer

$7 is approx £5.10
$13 is approx £9.50
$2.95 approx £2.15
$3.95 approx £2.90


Cathy (Katherine of Aragon) – Nicola Wilson

Annie (Anne Boleyn) – Sarah Brodie

Jane (Jane Seymour) – Sarah-Lucy Penny

Anna (Anna of Cleves) – Rachel Bower

Katie (Katherine Howard) – Holly Brigden

Katherine (Katherine Parr) – Georgina Garton

About the play

“Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived…”

Admired, vilified, dehumanised. Three Catherines, two Annes and a Jane. Six women with one thing in common – marriage to a man called Henry – have passed into historical legend. Of course, it couldn’t happen these days…

Six modern women have also married one man. Their lives are both separate and intertwined as they tell their stories from a room in which they have all once lived. Their experiences – miscarriage, love affairs, betrayal, and a shared loathing of all things ginger – are portrayed with humour, pathos and a great deal of wine.

The plight of those sixteenth century women is personal, poignant and still relevant five hundred years on.

Rebecca Russell and Jenny Wafer’s play was first performed in St Albans in 2004 and went on to enjoy sell-out runs in Edinburgh and Jermyn Street. The Regina Monologues is packed with opportunities for humour and pathos, and richly woven with ‘in jokes’ relating to the wives’ real historic counterparts.


Following discussions with Hull Truck Theatre, we hope to be able to bring you this show during September 2022 and will confirm more details as soon as we have them.


Bobby Strong
James Galer

Hope Cladwell
Georgia Wormald

Caldwell B. Cladwell
Sam Mitchell

Officer Lockstock
Jamie Wilks

Lil’ Sally
Ellie Kirby

Penelope Pennywise
Georgina Garton

Lil’ Becky Two Shoes
Rachel Bower

Hot Blades Harry
Jono Wainman

Soupy Sue
Holly Brigdon

Tiny Tom
Aaron Bolton

Bobby the Stockfish
Joe Spence

Billy Boy Bill
Tim Drage

Joseph ‘Old Man’ Strong
Kevin Hickson

Josephine ‘Ma’ Strong
Elaine Windass

Senator Fipp
Nathan Major

Officer Barrel
Mark Jardine

Mr. McQueen
Tom Peck

Dr. Billeaux
Chris Corbett

Mrs. Millenium
Hannah Wilson

Sam Blakey
Hannah Colthup
Elise Johnson
Katie Osindeinde
Abigail Potter
Courtney Puckering
Abbie Renzo
Tanya Sewell
Francesco Villaruel

URINETOWN is a hilarious and resonating tale of greed, corruption, love, and revolution in a time when water is worth its weight in gold.

It is a social and political satire set in a fictional future where a terrible 20-year drought has crippled the city’s water supplies. Water is so scarce that the government enforces a ban on all private toilets in an effort to control water consumption. Citizens who try to circumvent the peeing-fee by relieving themselves in the bushes, risk being taken away to “Urinetown”, a mysterious place where many have been sent but no one ever returns…

“A declaration of the power of theatre!” (The New York Times, 2001) “The show’s glorious message is: Hey, it’s only theatre, but isn’t it wonderful? And did I mention it’s hilarious? Simply the most galvanizing theatre experience in town.”

The New York Observer called the show “fresh, unique, impudent, colourful, irreverent, exciting and wonderful!”