and Agricola are the only names from Roman history whom Eleanor mentions, the former a British chieftain, the latter a Roman governor.
Carrie is currently playing the role of Truly Scrumptious during the UK tour, but at the age of nine she originated the role of Jemima Potts in the first West End production on stage with Michael Ball playing her dad, the whacky inventor Caractacus
"When I got a call from my agent offering me the chance to play Caractacus
Potts, I said yes straight away.
Jason, who plays wacky inventor Caractacus
Potts in the family show, was perplexed to find that his name was spelled 'Mamford' and not Manford on what appears to be the sign for his dressing room door.
With help from his consultant, six-year-old son Barney, the real world Caractacus
Potts hopes to challenge all perceived wisdom, tip the world upside-down and reinvent the way we look at life starting with designing a floating house to beat the floods.
We sent Cool Cascade and King Caractacus
to the races but unfortunately neither of them finished their races.
Al and Lexie's ultimate mission is revealed when the old man Caractacus
tells them of the Word Hunters and the quest to rescue words from extinction.
Aled has played Joseph in Andrew Lloyd Webber''s Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat and last year performed as Caractacus
Potts in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the Welsh Millennium Centre.
Easington-born Blue Peter presenter Matt Baker played their inventor father, Caractacus
, and there seemed to be genuine fondness between him and the children, as well as Grandpa Potts, played by Tony Adams.
Potts Raul Esparza Truly Scrumptious Erin Dilly Grandpa Potts Philip Bosco Baron Bomburst Marc Kudisch Baroness Bomburst Jan Maxwell Goran Chip Zien Boris Robert Sella Childcatcher Kevin Cahoon Toymaker Frank Raiter Jeremy Potts Henry Hodges Jemima Potts Ellen Marlow With: J.B.
Michael Ball, who plays inventor Caractacus
Potts in the musical, said: "It was great to meet Charlotte - she is a lovely little girl, very happy and very strong."
Cardington is to the east of Church Stretton and is close to Caer Caradoc, which had a hill fort on top believed to be one of the fortresses of Caractacus
who fought the Romans in the county.