written & directed by Graham Davidson
original lyrics by Mary Davidson

Welcome to the Widow's Washeteria in Old Shanghai where Widow Twankey's eldest son, Aladdin, is two sandwiches short of a picnic but holds the key to untold wealth and riches...



Aladdin Lara-Jane Tomlinson
Wishee Washee Mary Davidson
Widow Twankey Ian Uprichard
Vizier Jenny Peachey
Emperor Liam Murtagh
Princess Alex Dunton
Abanazar Tim Bradford
Hi Richard Scuffham
Lo Noreen Bradford
Chief Inspector Ping Richard Cartwright
Constable Pong Nigel Dring
Elf Siobhan Hustler & Hannah Stawson
Genie of the Lamp Hugh Dower
Potted Policemen Lauren Davidson & Keely McLaughlin
Servants Toni Bryan, Christina Downend, Claire Jones, Rachel Hogg & Laura Holmes
Gaggle of Genies Becky Bryan, Louise Cutler & Emma Roper


Musical Director: Brian Tasker



Stage Management Pauline Uprichard
Assistant Stage Manager Gail Dennis
Captain Curtain Robert Dennis
Lighting Patrick Markham and TGS Lighting & Sound
Lighting Assistant Melanie Pedge
Followspot Jack Davidson
Sound Luke Taylor
Soundtrack Graham Davidson
Pyrotechnics Patrick Markham
Set Design Graham Davidson
Set Construction Trevor Minett & Graham Davidson
Scenery Design & Decor David Broughton & Rebecca Rose
Special Props Trevor Minett & Ian Uprichard
Wardrobe Co-ordinator Mary Davidson
Costumes Karen Higgins & Sonia Parker
Elf's Costume Maureen Campbell
Poster & Programme Design & Layout Graham Davidson
Box Office Vicki Makin



We would like to sincerely thank:

Jamie Brown of TGS Lighting & Sound
JH Starbuck Ltd
De Aston School
Market Rasen Mail


The Princess was always closely guarded by Ping and Pong but where did the Elf come from?!

Siobhan Hustler (above) and (from left to right) Richard Cartwright, Alex Dunton and Nigel Dring

The Princess with the Vizier (played by Alex Dunton and Jenny Peachey)

Alex Dunton and Jenny Peachey

Patrick Markham and Lara Tomlinson Patrick Markham (Lighting) and Lara Tomlinson (Aladdin)

Thanks to Alex Dunton for the photographs