An Audience with May McFettridge
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We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. This was a very professional performance from start to finish with perfect casting of the main characters.
May McFettridge (John Linehan) brings to the part all the warmth, comedy and feeling for flawed humanity that she is famous for. Then I have my own circus, McFetty's Circus, and my animals are free to roam and they're all good and great. You can get drinks or food pre show but I would recommend going elsewhere in the city before attending. Recently I read somewhere that it would be possible to live on oranges and Guinness for the rest of your life - but they don't say how long your life would be!
All the cast were excellent but I have to make special mention of Captain Hook who was portrayed brilliantly by David Bedella. SHE may be celebrating her 30th anniversary treading the boards at Belfast's Grand Opera House, but this year's pantomime offers a new challenge for Dame May McFettridge.
Mayhem (1995) | In Mayhem John Linehan’s famous alter-ego, May McFettridge, entertains a live UTV Northern Ireland studio audience (1995).The appeal is obvious - May McFettridge brings a hilariously Northern Irish twist to whatever magical fairytale she's in. This year’s show will be spectacularly brought to life from page to stage by a talented cast and creative team and features the Grand Opera House pantomime hallmark of an abundance of comedy, sensational songs and dance numbers, fabulous costumes, stunning scenery, and special effects.
The three-week series of shows featuring Jimmy and three fellow Northern Ireland comedians ended at the Island Arts Centre on Lagan Valley Island in Lisburn. Their combined dabblings in the spirit world produces a chain of hilarious events, unlocked hidden powers and family secrets and ensures that no one escapes the ‘ghosts of the past’.Also appearing in the show on Thursday 5 September with Jimmy and John were Gene Fitzpatrick and George Jones. Following 30 years of performing pantomime, May’s operatic debut is as the role of Frosch the Jailer in Die Fledermaus. The panto is staged by Olivier award-winning producer Michael Harrison on behalf of Crossroads Pantomimes, the biggest pantomime producer in the world. It is a farce about men taking liberties, women taking control, and the dangers of dressing up as a bat.