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Nevermind Watchdown: S13E4 or QUACK-QUACK...COW...COWS GO MOO.

Onto another one. Josie D’arby is our only returnee here, but that’s not all bad. Jane McDonald is a daytime TV star and cruise ship singer, Gavin Webster’s a Geordie comedian, and Joel Pott’s the lead singer of Athlete. 602 more words

Mark Lamarr Era

VIDEO | Bill Sorem: The McDonald Sisters, November 2015

A wonderful and inspiring video of the McDonald sisters who speak about their work in the peace movement and as Catholic sisters who helped and inspired generations through their vocation and teaching, music, and peaceful protest. 49 more words


Gallery Oldham Workshops

Decorative Felt Vessels

Saturday 28 March  10am – 4pm

Workshop with Felt artist Jane MacDonald

Taking inspiration from the intriguing Black Sheep exhibition create your own felt vessel. 104 more words

Black Sheep

Birmingham Hippodrome Friends enjoy tea with our panto stars!

Many of our supportive Hippodrome Friends enjoyed an afternoon of fun recently when stars of the spectacular pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk met up with them for tea and cake in our foyer area. 120 more words


On the Up


Hippodrome, Birmingham, Monday 22nd December, 2014


You can rely on the Hippodrome pantomime for spectacle – that’s a given – but what this year’s festive production has that some of the more recent offerings have lacked is a strong storyline, the tree on which to hang the glittering baubles.   546 more words

Theatre Review

Sneaky peek of cast of UK's biggest pantomime at Birmingham Hippodrome in full costume!

Earlier this week we welcomed the full company of our pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk including our wonderful cast Jane McDonald (Enchantress)  Duncan James (Jack), Chris Gascoyne (Fleshcreep), Gary Wilmot (Dame Trot), Paul Zerdin (Simple Simon) and Matt Slack (Silly Billy) with Robyn Mellor as Princess Apricot. 162 more words


Brummie Beanstalks! - the history of Jack and the Beanstalk at Birmingham Hippodrome

This year we are delighted to welcome back Simon Sladen to the Birmingham Hippodrome blog.   Simon is widely acknowledged as one of the UK’s leading experts on British Pantomime. 709 more words