PANTO IDOL 2005 Winner ITV Meridian   

                                A really fun Dame - The Stage

"One of the best Dames in the business"

''Wonderfully talented actor at the peak of his dame career'' - The Stage 

''Paul Morse strutted across the stage gently picking on a front row audience member like a seasoned stand up comic''  - Get Reading


Reading's Favourite Dame is Back!


 Paul will be back for his 3rd year at the Hexagon Theatre, Reading by extreme popular demand to play Dame Sarah the Cook in Dick Whittington.

In Paul's 12th year as Dame he will be starring alongside Mr. Tumble star JUSTIN FLETCHER in what is Reading's biggest Panto EVER! 

December 5th - January 3rd 2016. 

 Tickets on sale NOW! Box Office: 0118 960 6060



Pantomime 2014  


Back by Popular Demand! Paul is delighted to announce that he has been asked back to the Hexagon Theatre, Reading for Imagine Theatre this panto season to play Ugly Sister in Cinderella

Paul is once again reunited with his Ugly Sister partner in crime Ian Ganderton - The Ugliest Sisters in Pantoland are Back!


Also starring alongside Paul is Hairy Biker and Strictly Come Dancing star DAVE MYERS, Britain's Got Talent finalist JON CLEGG, TV presenter ANNA WILLIAMSON and Dr.Who & Grandpa in my Pocket's LIZA GODDARD.

 Hexagon Theatre Reading December 6th - January 4th 2015 

 ''Paul Morse as Dame Trot was utterly fabulous with bags of attitude which had the grown ups belly laughing as much as the kids'' (Get Reading)  

''Morse's traditional Pantomime Dame stole the show

* * * *'' (Female Arts, Reading)


 !!PANTOMIME 2013!!

One of Britain's Top Dames, Paul can now confirm that he has been booked to play Dame this Christmas! This will mark his 10th consecutive year as Dame and will be his TIN Jubilee!

Paul as Dame Trot in Jack & the Beanstalk at the Hexagon Theatre, Reading

December 7th 2013 - January 5th 2014

 Starring CBBC's Tracy Beaker and Strictly Come Dancing's Dani Harmer,  TV legend and Radio presenter Debbie McGee, Coronation Streets Ken Morley and Eastenders Emma Barton.

Box Office: 0118-960-6060





Paul has now closed playing Ugly Sister in CINDERELLA at the Lyceum Theatre, Crewe from Nov 30th - Dec 31st 2012.

This was Paul's 9th year in Pantoland and saw him reunited with his Ugly Sister partner Ian Ganderton, the Ugliest Sisters in Pantoland!



Kown as Chesterfield's Favourite Dame, Paul spent happy years in Chesterfield becoming a very popular figure at Christmas time and would like to thank all the audiences, staff of the Pomegranate Theatre and Bruce James Producitons.

Paul would also like to thank everyone for their kind messages following the news that he won't be in Chesterfield this year.

December 8th 2011 - January 3rd 2012

NEWS: Paul has now closed in the hit and sell out production of ROBIN HOOD & THE BABES IN THE WOOD, back by popular demand at the Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield as Chesterfield's Favourite Dame playing Nurse Glucose! 

Starring along side Paul was TVs Kim Taylforth from Bad Girls, London's Burning and Family Affairs.

For the excellent Stage review of Aladdin click here

Blessed with a fine Widow Twankey courtesy of Paul Morse - The Stage

Paul Morse is again Outrageous on his return to the Victoria Theatre - Halifax Courier

       Paul Morse such a huge hit as Dame Dolly is back as the hilarious Widow Twankey - Calderdale Magazine gallery

The latest Press interview with Paul Morse in The Derbyshire Times who will be playing Widow Twankey in Aladdin at the Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield this Christmas!


Review from The Derbyshire Times of this years Cinderella: Derbyshire Times review


Paul Morse as Ugly Sister in Cinderella at the Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield 2009.


Interview with Paul Morse as Ugly Sister and 'Crossroads' Lynette McMorrough as Fairy Godmother.

Widow Twankey



back by popular demand at the

Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield. 

8th December 2010 - 2nd January 2011

 Magnificent - Derbyshire Times
The Ugly Sisters a splendid double act ensures the Thameside Theatre remains as hilarious as ever - Thurrock Gazette