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Richard, known as Dick. died 1423, English merchant, three times mayor of London. According to legend, he walked to London at the age of 13 with his cat and was prevented from leaving again only by the call of the church bells
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To get the little ones ready for the big show, the Liverpool Empire have put together a special free colouring book which tells the magical tale of Dick Whittington in a fun and interactive way.
Pupils from Kirkleatham Hall School in Redcar meet the cast of M&M Productions' Dick Whittington
Dick Whittington runs at the Albany Theatre, Butts, Coventry, from December 28 to January 3.
Priority booking for Dick Whittington starts on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 for Friends of the Theatre Royal; on Thursday, November 20, tickets are on sale for Advantage members, groups and schools, before public and online booking opens on Tuesday, November 25.
Punters made my selection the 2-7 favourite to go one better in a Curragh maiden 11 days on, but Dick Whittington racing keenly without cover from stall one, was floored by 20-1 winner Intense Style.
In the Almondbury Methodist Church production of Dick Whittington are, from left, Katie Hoyle, Laura Shaw and Emily Ashwell
FISHGUARD: Theatr Gwaun (01348 873421), Dick Whittington.
Dick Whittington opens at Birmingham Hip n -podrome on Saturday, December 18, and runs until January 30.
Characters are Dick Whittington (female), Tommy the Cat (male or female dancer or ability to move well), Sarah the Cook (traditional male dame), Alice Fitzwarren, Captain Fitzwarren, Idle Jack and the "baddie" King Rat playing opposite The Fairy.
Because, let's face it, Dick Whittington is a bit short on plot.
To start your collection we're giving you the classic tale of Dick Whittington which you'll find free inside every copy of today's paper.
Dick Whittington, the name in lights at Cardiff's New Theatre this year, is very much a modern, as opposed to traditional, pantomime.