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Ex-EastEnders actress Cheryl Fergison as the Fairy Godmother in |Middlesbrough Theatre's panto Cinderella, with Katie Lowe as Cinders and Scott Gallagher as Buttons, top left 021015CINDERELLA_006 IAN COOPER
And the sad thing is that I start off as an old beggar woman but it took them longer to make me look like a Fairy Godmother than it did to make me look like an old woman.
Right: Fab Helena Bonham Carter as the Fairy Godmother
Blanchett and fairy godmother Helena Bonham Carter, with Lily James' Cinderella
Lee Mead as Prince Charming, Andy Jones is Buttons, Gareth Thomas plays Dandini, Linda Lusardi is the Fairy Godmother and Holly Bluett is Cinderella
The cast of Jack and the Beanstalk: Thelma Madine, | | centre, as The Fairy Godmother, with, from left, Michael Chapman, Herbert Howe, Dan Osborne, Alison Crawford and Suzanne Collins ANDREW TEEBAY
These fairy godmothers may not boast any magical powers, but the role they play is nothing short of extraordinary.
Loose Women's glamorous Lynda Bellingham makes her panto debut as the ultimate bling-loving Fairy Godmother and brings a little magic to the evening.
Grahame gave up the chance to spend Christmas Day on Bondi Beach to play the Fairy Godmother.
CHRISTMAS has arrived early in one North Wales village, thanks to the combined efforts of S4C and local lad turned showbiz impresario Stifyn Parri - who has turned into a Fairy Godmother to get a most unusual panto underway.
Dave Anderson, Labour MP for Blaydon, rushes on to the Voice of the North stage (March 2) playing the role of Fairy Godmother.
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Villagers were amazed to see Santa with his cute Little Helper, elves, fairies, clowns, snowmen and a Fairy Godmother on horseback trotting around the village in the winter sunshine
She has landed the magical role of the Fairy Godmother in the celebrity-packed show at Stoke-on-Trent's Regent Theatre.
As a nuclear apocalypse edges ever closer, could we be rescued not by a fairy godmother but by British Summer Time instead.