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Wolverhampton Grand Theatre's panto dame takes a trip to Debenhams - with photos

By Rebecca Stanley | Entertainment | Published:

Dame Trot from Wolverhampton Grand Theatre’s pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk took some time out of her busy schedule to visit Wolverhampton’s new Debenhams store in the Mander Centre.

Ian Adams as Dame Trot with Danny Fogarty, Charlie Kendall from Jack And The Beanstalk and Debenhams Staff. Photograph by Scott Bird

The Debenhams store opened its doors in October 2017 - perfect timing for the run up to Christmas – which has been a busy one for both staff at the store and at the theatre.

Panto dame Ian Adams, who plays Dame Trott, visits Debenham's in the Mander Centre for a make over before his next performance in Jack and the Beanstalk at the Grand

With the pantomime ending its five-week run on Sunday, Dame Trot played by Ian Adams went to visit the staff for a pamper in the new Debenhams Store before one final week of performances.

Sonia Kaur, Service Manager at Debenhams Wolverhampton said; “it was a delight having Dame Trot and the boys visit the store – they’re certainly looking fabulous!”

Ian Adams as Dame Trot with Danny Fogarty, Charlie Kendall from Jack And The Beanstalk and Debenhams Staff. Photograph by Scott Bird

Ian Adams has returned for a second year as Dame in the Grand Theatre pantomime. He recently formed StarDam productions – a company who specialise in creating stage versions of popular children’s stories which have also been popular at the Grand Theatre.

Panto dame Ian Adams, who plays Dame Trott, visits Debenham's in the Mander Centre for a make over before his next performance in Jack and the Beanstalk at the Grand.Pictured with left , Danny Fogarty and Charlie Kendall

Scott Bird, Press and PR Manager at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre said: "The new Debenhams store in the Mander Centre was the perfect place for a fabulous Dame and the boys to take some time out in style before the show!”

Panto dame Ian Adams, who plays Dame Trott, visits Debenham's in the Mander Centre for a make over before his next performance in Jack and the Beanstalk at the Grand

Jack and the Beanstalk is now in its final week of performances and runs until January 14. Tickets can be booked in person, by phone on 01902 42 92 12 or online at grandtheatre.co.uk.

Rebecca Stanley

By Rebecca Stanley
@becci_native

Entertainment journalist for Native Monster, Express & Star & Shropshire Star. Contact me: rebecca.stanley@nativemonster.co.uk

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