the perfect family show
goldilocks and the 3 bears
From the award-winning writers George Stiles and Anthony Drewe (Honk!, Mary Poppins) the KMT are thrilled to present Goldilocks and the Three Bears. This production injects a bear-sized helping of music and mayhem into this classic fairytale making it "just right" for the entire family.
Goldilocks, on a trip into the forest, ventures into a seemingly uninhabited house. In the process of making herself feel at home, she turns the place into a gigantic mess! Little does she know that the house belongs to a family of three bears, who will not be too pleased to witness her handiwork.
Featuring an unforgettable score and a story every child knows and loves, this adaptation is perfect for family audiences.
This production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe)
All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe www.mtishows.co.uk
Ticket InfoTICKETS: Adults £15.00, Children £10.00
Cast & Credits
Rikki trained at the Palmerstone Stage School, Ilford and Arts Educational School, Chiswick. He has worked as a compere on the Legend of the Seas cruise ship for Royal Caribbean, travelling to China, Japan and South Korea and for First Choice Holidays at the Sun Tropical Resort, Lanzarote. At Alton Towers Resort, Staffordshire, he played Stan (Steve’s cousin) in ‘The Go!Go!Go! Show’, written by Mike Stock. He has also performed in a three-man vocal harmony group called ‘The Base Tones’, performing all over the UK and abroad and, last Summer, he has been part of the Emergency Entertainments Team at Butlin’s, Skegness. Rikki has filmed several commercials for IKEA, Clash of Clans and BT Sport as well as several short films. Most recently Rikki has performed in a feature film, Through A Dark Mirror, playing DC Gore - due for release later this year. He currently runs a Murder Mystery company - Dying For A Laugh - with Charlie, performing all over the UK. Rikki is very excited to be playing George Locks in Goldilocks . . . even if he is playing his sister’s dad!
Siobhan studied acting at the Poor School, following a training in Irish Dance that began at the age of three. Professional roles have included Gwendolen in the original cast of Handbag!, several theatre-in-education roles that saw her perform to over 200,000 school children, and two UK tours as Frida in Abba Gold, as well as numerous short films, music videos, online dramas and local theatre productions. Her most recent role was playing a military ghost in “World’s Scariest Hauntings” for Sky Television. Siobhan is a trustee of the Redbridge Storytelling Festival, which takes place at the Kenneth More Theatre in Ilford during October half term each year. She is experienced in teaching both drama and Irish dancing. Siobhan has a theatre company that tours schools with an anti-bullying show, and has several theatrical writing projects on the go.
Charlie trained in Musical Theatre at Bath Spa University and Colchester Institute. Whilst studying his previous credits include Mr Lawrence in Little Women (Playhouse Theatre), Mr Mayor/Wickersham Brother in Seussical The Musical (The Blakehay Theatre), Steve Wright in Five Daughters The Musical (The Blakehay Theatre) and Rick in Bat Boy The Musical (Swinburne Hall). Others credits include Schools Ensemble in Les Miserables 25th Anniversary Concert (The O2 Arena), Rum Tum Tugger in Cats (Kenneth More Theatre), Prince Charming and Baron Hardup in Cinderella (UK Tour), Silly Pants in The Pants Pirates Adventure (UK Tour), King Rat in Dick Whittington (UK Tour), Singer in The Base Notes (UK Tour), Peter Pan in Peter Pan (Kenneth More Theatre), Jacob Ward in Take Me Home: Horror Within (Broadway Theatre) and most recently Bar in Stiles and Drewe’s Three Little Pigs (Kenneth More Theatre). Charlie is also the Co-Company Director of Dying For A Laugh, a Murder Mystery company that performs across the UK. Charlie would like to thank his friends and family for their continued support.
Tami trained at the Palmerstone Stage School and then went to London School of Musical Theatre (2017 graduate). Whilst training she played the role of maitre d'/dance captain at bridewell theatre in ‘King of Hearts’. She was a soloist in ‘The Great American songbook’ cabaret at Toulouse Lautrec and she also played the role of the drunken lady (one of her favourite roles!) in ‘Hope’ Since graduating she was ensemble/puppeteer in ‘Metropolis’ at ye old rose and crown’. She played Tinkerbell/dancer in ‘Peter Pan’ at the Kenneth more theatre. She has played a variety of different comedy character roles in murder mystery events for ‘Dying for a laugh’ and most recently has been branching out into some film work ranging from playing a rude librarian to a grieving daughter. Concert credits include ‘Musical Marathon’ she was producer/singer at the KMT and all proceeds went to Macmillan Cancer Research.
Nic trained in Performing Arts at the University of Salford. He most recently played Chief Weasel in The Wind in the Willows here at Kenneth More Theatre, Ilford. Other theatre credits include Raymond/Colin in CBeebies' Mr Bloom's Nursery (ATG Theatre Tour), Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night (Off Your Chump Theatre), WeAreHere (National Theatre), Romeo and Juliet (Royal Ballet), La Traviata (Royal Opera), The Indian Queen (English National Opera). Panto credits include Dandini for New Pantomime Productions, Prince in both Rapunzel and Snow White for Kenneth More Theatre.