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These pages provide details of some of the printed publications - books, theatre programmes, newspapers and magazines - that have featured Lyn Paul during her long career.

Books

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Annuals
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Fiction
Music, Musicals and Theatre
Nostalgia
Quiz Books

Press Articles

1970 - 1979
1980 - 1989
1990 - 1999
2000 - 2009
2010 - 2017
Concert and Theatre Programmes

New Seekers' programmes featuring Lyn Paul
Concert programmes
Pantomime programmes
Summer Season and Variety Show programmes
Theatre programmes


Pantomimes

Lyn Paul performed in pantomimes from 1976 - 2002, sharing the stage with the likes of Little & Large, Roy Hudd, the Krankies and Paul Daniels. the theatre programmes that accompanied each production are listed below.

Aladdin Hanley, 1983
Sunderland, 1987
Wolverhampton, 1991
Babes In The Wood Wolverhampton, 1988
Bath, 1989
Croydon, 1990
Cinderella Torquay, 1985
Dick Whittington Bromley, 1986
Torquay, 1994
Windsor, 2001
Jack & The Beanstalk Stockport, 1976
Borehamwood, 1993
Mother Goose Southsea, 1984
Puss In Boots Cambridge, 1982


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Jack And The Beanstalk (programme cover).


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1976


Jack & The Beanstalk
Davenport Theatre, Stockport
1976

Jack And The Beanstalk programme (centre pages).

Cast in order of appearance
   
The Elf  - Sue Hodge
Demon King  - Ron Meadows
Squire  - Guy Graham
Jill  - Lyn Paul
Sid and Eddie  - Little & Large
Jack  - Jan Currey
Dame Trot  - Tom Mennard
Blossom (the Cow)  - Loyzi and Maureen
The Giant  - Lotzi
Giant's Henchmen  - Mark Lilley and Richard Drabble

Villagers, Beanlands Fairy Folk, Slaves and Weirdies etc. played by the Pantomime Dancers.

Davenport Orchestra under the direction of Graham Lawrence.

Devised and produced by Jerry Jerome
Directed by: Margot Gaye


Biography of Lyn Paul from the Jack And The Beanstalk programme.


Biography of Little and Large from the Jack And The Beanstalk programme.

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Lyn Paul Then:
1982



In Print 1982

Cambridge
Evening News
,
24th December


Puss In Boots
Cambridge Arts Theatre
23rd December 1982 - 15th January 1983

Cast in order of appearance
   
Colin  - Lyn Paul
Puss  - Sheila Burnette
Queenie  - Ann Emery
Mickey  - Ron Martin
Princess Kate  - Aliki
Oggie  - Kalman Glass
Peter The Mayor  - Richard Freeman
Viscount Fountain  - Peter Simon
Faith - Sprite of Justice  - Julie Kirk
Nicola - Princess Handmaiden  - Thea Harris

The Jeff Thacker Dancers

John Willett, Wendy Millward, Julie Kirk, Luke Batchelor, Thea Harris, Kevin Searle, Caroline Gray, Peyton Martin.


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1983



In Print 1983

Evening Sentinel,
13th December


Aladdin
Theatre Royal, Hanley
9th December 1983 - 14th January 1984

Cast in order of appearance
   
Abanazer the Wizard  - Jackie (Mr. TV) Pallo
Wishee Washee  - Mike Raymond
Slave of the Ring  - Angela Harman
Aladdin  - Lyn Paul
Widow Twankey  - George Lacy
PC Ping, PC Pang, PC Pong  - The Bachelors
The Emperor of China  - Peter Simon
Princess Balrobadour  - Gillian Freedman
The Genie of the Lamp  - Peter Simon

The Hanley Babes of the
Tweedale Academy of Dancing


Babie Levard, Jane Trueman, Leslie-Ann Wade,
Jill Young, Karen Clegg, Sally St. James.


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Lyn Paul Then:
1984



In Print 1984

The News
(Portsmouth),
21st December


Mother Goose
Kings Theatre, Southsea


From Wednesday, 26th December 1984 for a Season
R.B. Cooper Productions Ltd.
presents

Bill Maynard (Selwyn Froggitt / The Gaffer)
Mike Berry • George Lacy
Janet Fielding (Air Hostess in Doctor Who)
Frankie Holmes • Lyn Paul (special guest star)

in
Mother Goose

with
Barry Daniels,
Alita Petrof - Famous Goose,
June Lewis, Anne Duval, The Kings Dancers, Flying Ballet, Magic Pool, Full Orchestra, Pupils of the Carlotta School of Dancing.

Choreography by: Pauline Major


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Lyn Paul Then:
1985



In Print 1985

Herald Express
,
27th December


Cinderella
Princess Theatre, Torquay
26th December 1985 - 11th January 1986

Cinderella starred Norman Vaughan as Buttons and Lyn Paul as Prince Charming. Andrea Milton made her pantomime début as Cinderella, while Simon Barry and Alan Vicars dragged up as the Ugly Sisters. The show's Director Andrew Betts played Baron Hardup. Dancers from the Pamela de Waal School and Torbay School of Dancing completed the cast as villagers, courtiers and guests.

Director: Andrew Betts
Musical Director: Paul Vincent
Choreography: Kim Rosato


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