Panto favourites Stephen and Craig going back to where it all began
Panto favourites Stephen Sullivan and Craig Richardson are going back to where it all began this Christmas.
The duo are making a return to the Westovian Theatre Society’s pantomime after a few years away.
Once again, the best pals, who both hail from South Shields, will become mother and son, this time for Beauty and the Beast.
The festive show will be the pair’s ninth panto together and their sixth as mother and son.
Stephen, 30, will take on the role of Dame Fifi Latrine, while Craig, 31, will play Bertie Latrine in the show, which runs at the Westovian Theatre in Pier Parade, South... read more
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