Eastwood Park Theatre has introduced lead roles for Magnificence and the Beast, set to be its largest panto to this point as a part of its fiftieth anniversary 12 months.
Glasgow actress Chiara Sparkes will take the lead position of Belle, whereas Titus Rowe will play Bouffant Du Quiff, the solid’s equal of Gaston.
26-year-old Chiara from Glasgow, who now lives in East Kilbride, educated on the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and The Dance College of Scotland.Theatre credit embrace Mamma Mia! (UK & Worldwide Tour) and Chiara fronted Go to Scotland’s ‘Scotland is Open’ international marketing campaign in 2021.
Chiara stated: “I’m so excited to be taking part in Belle in Magnificence and the Beast at Eastwood Park Theatre and might’t wait to get began.
“I noticed my cousin taking part in a princess in a panto after I was eight and was determined to observe in her footsteps. My dad and mom would drive me to Paisley from Cumbernauld thrice every week so I may attend drama courses. I owe every thing to them for being so supportive at first. I’ve been performing ever since and might’t wait to spend Christmas this 12 months at Eastwood Park taking part in Belle.”
Titus Rowe has a string of display and stage credit to his identify, together with quite a few performances in London’s West Finish. The actor, initially from south Wales, adopted his stage identify because of a love of Roman historical past. He runs Rome Now, which introduces kids to historical past via interactive training workshops and teaches drama and public talking to college students aged 4-40. Titus is returning to Spillers Pantomimes for an eighth season to make his debut at Eastwood Park Theatre.
Titus stated: “I’m thrilled to be reprising the position of Bouffant Du Quiff and to return to Scotland, the place the audiences are all the time so heat, responsive and welcoming. I believe that being an actor is maybe the best privilege within the universe and one thing that I’ve identified I’ve wished to do since I used to be 5 years outdated.”
Famend panto producer Spillers Pantomimes returns to Eastwood Park Theatre’s stage for a 3rd 12 months with the story as outdated as time, Magnificence and the Beast, set to run from 24 November to 31 December. Full solid particulars, together with the position of the Beast, will observe. The panto will spherical off Eastwood Park Theatre’s golden anniversary 12 months.
Tickets are on sale now priced from £13 with household tickets accessible from £55:
https://www.ercultureandleisure.org/theatre or name Eastwood Park Theatre field workplace on 0141 577 4956.
Pictures: Jeff Holmes