Bradley Walsh is back by popular demand to star in Milton Keynes Theatre’s Peter Pan

Bradley Walsh
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After seven years Milton Keynes’ most popular panto star Bradley Walsh is back to lead an all-star cast in Peter Pan.

Taking a break from our TV screens in hit series’ such as Law & Order UK and The Chase, funny man Bradley is set for a spectacular return to Milton Keynes Theatre after smashing Box Office records in Cinderella (2006) and Aladdin (2007).

“I can’t wait to be back at Milton Keynes Theatre,” said Bradley who will be playing Smee, Captain Hook’s hapless mate.

“My happiest memories of panto were during my time spent there and I have been dying to get back but my schedule over the last seven years hasn’t allowed me.

“However this year I’m back with a show that will be fun for everyone - especially me! Bring it on.”

Joining Bradley on the decks of the Jolly Roger after soaring to fame in Britain’s Got Talent will be Street Dance sensations Flawless as a group of pop-locking, hip-hopping pirates as you have never seen them before! Expect to see some ‘moon-walking’ the plank with this motley crew.

Get ready with your loudest boo and hiss, as no panto is complete without its dastardly villain, and there is no bigger baddie in all of Neverland than this year’s Captain Hook, David Bedella.

Leading man Bradley played the loveable rogue Danny Baldwin in the award-winning soap Coronation Street winning Best Actor at The Royal Television Society Awards, and The TV Times Awards in 2006.

Bradley’s many TV roles since have included ITV drama Torn and The Old Curiosity Shop alongside Sir Derek Jacobi. Over the last 5 years Bradley has taken the lead role as Detective Sergeant Ronnie Brookes, in ITV’s hugely successful Law and Order UK. Bradley can also be seen as host of ITV1’s thrilling game show The Chase.

His film credits include Mike Bassett: England Manager and Happy Ending. Global award winning dance act Flawless who rocketed to fame in Britain’s Got Talent in 2009, have gone on to appear in hit films Street Dance 3D and Street Dance 3D 2; collaborated with Kylie Minogue at the Diamond Jubilee Concert; headlined at the opening of the 2012 London Paralympic Ceremony and completed 3 successful national tours.

Olivier award winner David Bedella’s created the role of Satan/Warm Up Man in the controversially popular Jerry Springer – The Opera, and his many West End and Broadway stage credits include The Rocky Horror Show, Chicago, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Jesus Christ Superstar, La Cage Aux Folles, H.M.S. Pinafore, West Side Story, A Chorus Line, 42nd Street, Dreamgirls, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Guys and Dolls! and Evita, to name but a few.

On the big screen David has also appeared in Oliver Stone’s Alexander opposite Anthony Hopkins; and Batman Begins; Red Light Runners opposite Harvey Keitel.

Don’t miss out - Hook your tickets now! Tickets are available at Milton Keynes Theatre Box Office, Call 0844 871 7652 (bkg fee) or visit (bkg fee) #Bradleysback #mkpeterpan @MKTheatre