Graham received his OBE today!
Send him a message on Twitter – @grahamcoleact
Graham showing his support for the Thumbs Down to Knife Crime campaign.
This is very well deserved as Graham is a tireless charity campaigner.
You can tweet him @grahamcoleact or leave him a message over on his personal website, www.grahamcole.com
Here’s a quick photo of Graham as Abanazar during dress rehearsals for Aladdin at the Norwich Theatre Royal.
Read more about it at NORWICH EVENING NEWS 24.
You can book your tickets here.
Graham will be appearing on POINTLESS CELEBRITIES on BBC 1, Friday 21st December, 5.15pm
Graham is appearing as Abanazar in ALADDIN at the Norwich Theatre Royal. You can read more about it and book your tickets here: Norwich Theatre Royal website
He was interviewed by Norwich Evening News 24 and you read that here.
Also, you can see a quick video about it:
Graham’s doing his bit for Movember and (I think) for his upcoming panto role.
Here’s a small gallery of images from SOAP OPERA. I’ll be adding to this as more photos become available. You can book your tickets for the play here: http://www.soapoperatheplay.com/
And don’t forget you can join the STAMPERS FACEBOOK group and interact with other fans!
Graham is starring in a new play called SOAP OPERA. It sounds brilliant and you can read about it on the official website here.
Hollyenders Street has been on air for nearly twenty years, and viewing figures are the worst they’ve ever been, so a new, hard-nosed producer is brought in to mix things up, and save the show from being axed.
Characters are cut, stories are sexed up and new blood is brought in. Even the theme tune is rewritten. Just before the show’s 20th anniversary, somebody snaps. Blood is spilled, a body is discovered, and everyone has a motive.
The detective in charge of the investigation, who is a life-long fan of the show, arrives to solve the case.
Will the show be saved? Will the murderer be found? Will Detective Emmerside get a full set of autographs? The answer to all these questions and more is … probably.
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Woodville Gravesend 12-15 September; Wyvern Theatre Swindon 17-19 September; Hawth Theatre Crawley 20-22 September; Fairfield Halls Croydon 25-29 September; Beck Theatre Hayes 2-3 October; Pavilion Theatre Weymouth 6-7 October; Corn Exchange Newbury 8-11 October; Theatre Royal Margate 12-13 October; Civic Theatre Chelmsford 16-20 October; Key Theatre Peterborough 22-24 October; Princes Theatre Clacton-on-Sea 25-27 October; Stag Theatre Sevenoaks 29-31 October; The Playhouse Weston Super Mare 1-3 November; Alban Arena St Albans 5-7 November; White Rock Theatre Hastings 8-10 November.