The Opening chorus of townsfolk
Paul Woods as 'Dame Semolina Sinbad'
Dawn Stewart as 'The Grand Vizier' and Mick Elsegood as the evil magician, 'Vazar'
Semolina and her son, the heroic 'Sinbad', played by Al Whitehead
The Mate (Chris Hewett) and the Captain (Tony Gilbert)spring a surprise on Semolina
Monty the Monkey, played by Sarah Monkman, leads Sinbad, the Dame and the Captain in a little dance
The gormless Mr Mate (Chris Hewett)
Princess Yasmin (Kat Everett) with her 3 handmaidens (Aimee Mellor, Melissa Carr and Katie Horton)
Princess Yasmin ponders her future
Sinbad declares his love for Yasmin
The evil Vazar spirits Princess Yasmin away on his flying carpet
Barracuda, the Sea Witch (Charlotte Mountain) joins forces with Vazar
Mrs Sinbad in her role as ship's cook
'A very good ship'
The Dame and Monty decide to go for a swim!
The pirate 'Black Hook' (Martin Carr) with his crew
Barracuda and Vazar continue to plot
Black Hook gathers the captured sailors to sell as slaves
Semolina meets Black Hook for the first time
Dame Semolina performs her 'neurotic dance'
There's more to come off yet!!!
The illuminating finale of the striptease
The Mate and the Captain disguised as Arabs
The slave sale continues
Vazar has bought the slaves
She's behind you!!!!!
Vazar explains his evil plans to Princess Yasmin
The Skeleton guardians of the Valley of the Skulls
Vazar takes the Princess to the Valley of the Skulls as the Valley Dwellers look on
Sandy Monkman as 'The Genie of the Ring'
The Genie casts her spell to send everyone home safely
The Genie wreaks her revenge on the pair of baddies
Monty and Mrs Sinbad entertain the audience with the help of their toy camel
Our esteemed directors, Val Robinson and Vicci Elsegood as the Dancing Girls of Cairo
Musical Director Clare Penny at her piano
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