Graham will star as the villain Hemlock in this year’s panto, Jack & The Beanstalk, at the Lichfield Garrick.
I’ll add more info when I get it.
Announced on the BBC Doctors Facebook page, Graham will reunite with The Bill co-stars Chris Weston and Robert Hudson for an episode airing on Thursday 15th October.
I think I posted caps from this episode before, but here are new, clearer caps from Graham’s appearance in the Doctor Who story, Kinda.
Graham appeared in the opening scene to the un-transmitted Doctor Who episode, “Shada.”
You can find a clip of the scene on the Stampers Youtube channel.
Graham appeared in The Sun’s “10 Things You Really Can’t Do Without” feature yesterday. (Sat 14th June 2014)
Ex-London gangster Harry Payne retires to Norfolk to be close to his wife, driven mad when he was forced to kill his best friend, psychopathic gang boss Eugene McCann. Immediately he is drawn into a murder mystery in which an obsessive local police detective targets him as the killer. Unknown to anyone, Harry has psychic abilities he has always suppressed with alcohol. Now he must confront the supernatural and his own personal demons to save his wife and free the tormented souls of the ghosts that haunt him.
Here is a gallery from the DVD launch at HMV Norwich. Photos courtesy of The Jive Aces Facebook page.
I went to see Graham in White Christmas on Tuesday night and had a brilliant time! The show is based on the classic film of the same name and is a lovely, funny, festive, heart-warming production, full of glitz, glamour and 50’s fashions.
Graham plays General Waverly, the army-general-turned-innkeeper (who gets the best speech in the whole show). He storms across the stage in a gruff flurry of barked orders and withering stares, while still managing to bring out the heart and warmth in the character. There are a couple of surprises that I won’t spoil here, but fellow Stampers will be very impressed!
The whole cast are excellent and the tap routines are mesmerising. The sets deserve special mention as they are very creative and capture the Vermont setting perfectly. (A particular favourite being the night-time exterior of the Inn.)
If you can make it to Edinburgh, I strongly recommend that you see this show!
You can book tickets on the Edinburgh Festival Theatre website here.