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Geordie Shore’s Scotty T starring in adult-only Suffolk panto

PUBLISHED: 10:12 06 December 2018 | UPDATED: 11:39 06 December 2018

Scott Timlin from the cast of Geordie Shore attending the photocall to launch series 15 of the show in London. Picture: Ian West/PA Wire

Scott Timlin from the cast of Geordie Shore attending the photocall to launch series 15 of the show in London. Picture: Ian West/PA Wire

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Geordie Shore star Scotty T will soon swap getting mortal for magic beans as he performs in an adult version of Jack and the Beanstalk in Suffolk.

Jack and his Giant Beanstalk Credit: The Spa Pavilion, FelixstoweJack and his Giant Beanstalk Credit: The Spa Pavilion, Felixstowe

Scott Timlin, who turned 30 this year, will be appearing in Jack and his Giant Beanstalk at the Spa Pavilion in Felixstowe which promises to be “camp, filthy and fabulous”.

The star, who joined the Newcastle-based reality show in series four in 2012, will star in the title role of Jack alongside Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalist and Drag Idol winner Danny Beard as Fleshcreep.

They will be joined by Divina De Campo as the Enchantress who has appeared on All Altogether Now and The Voice.

The show, which is suitable for over 16s, is a naughty twist on the classic tale as Jack bravely battles the giant and the audience can expect glittering sets and sparkling costumes.

Ray Anderson, director of The Spa Pavilion, said: “Jack and His Giant Beanstalk - The All-Star Adult Panto is designed for adults with some amazing performers.

“People seem to come far and wide for this type of entertainment which always good for a giggle.”

Scotty T is known for his cheeky personality and hilarious one-liners on the MTV show but his fiery nature has caused him to be removed from the house on a number of occasions.

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He also won series 17 of Celebrity Big Brother in 2016 and presented Just Tattoo of Us with former Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby for series three.

Other shows announced for 2019 at the theatre include big name comedy with Jimmy Carr and Mark Steel, Gaelic music and dancing with The Pride of Ireland, West End star Lee Mead and BGT Finalists D Day Darlings.

The Christmas pantomime Sleeping Beauty, performed by the Dennis Lowe Theatre Company, is running from December 21 to January 6.

Mr Anderson added: “There is much diversity and I hope our customers will find plenty to please their tastes.

“Our Sleeping Beauty panto is always a favourite and brings a steady stream of customers - mainly families of all ages to the theatre.”

Jack and his Giant Beanstalk is at the Spa Pavilion on January 21 and tickets cost £18.50 for adults and can be purchased online, in person at the box office or by phone on 01394 284962.

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