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Don't forget the Scooby snacks for spooky show

By Ashbourne News Telegraph  |  Posted: July 08, 2014

Scooby-Doo – The Mystery Of The Pyramid will be at the Regent Theatre in Stoke next month.

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YOUNGSTERS and adults alike are promised a spectacularly spooky time when a much-loved cartoon dog and his sidekick gang hit the stage.

Scooby-Doo is making a return to Stoke by popular demand, with even more mystery and fun in the brand new show, Scooby-Doo – The Mystery Of The Pyramid.

The performance is being held at the Regent Theatre in Stoke on Tuesday, August 12 and Wednesday, August 13.

Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Velma and Daphne journey to Egypt in their brightly coloured mystery machine, on a mission to solve the Mystery of the Pyramid.

Easy, you say? Not if the gang has to deal with mysterious mummies, plus the wrath of the Pharaoh who will transform anyone who dares to approach the pyramid into stone.

With 90 minutes of hilarious physical comedy, popular tunes and special effects, this is a musical adventure for the whole family.

Eddie Arnold (Jumpy, Royal Court Theatre; Arcadia, Camden People's Theatre) will lead the cast as Scooby-Doo, accompanied by Danny Stokes (Silk, BBC; Our Day Out, Leicester Haymarket Theatre) as his comic sidekick, Shaggy.

The Mystery Inc. gang comprises of: Julia Cave (Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, UK tour) in the role of Daphne, Louise Wright (Blackout, Theatre West) as Velma, and Josh Little (Dreamcoats and Petticoats, UK tour; Footloose, European tour) playing Fred.

They will be joined by actors Douglas Walker as Otto, Stuart Vincent as Ben, Eleanor O'Grady as Mira, and Philip Quigley as understudy and resident Dance Captain.

The show is produced by Warner Bros and Chas Elliott for CTI Productions in association with Jean-Marc Dumontet.

It was originally produced by JMD Productions in Paris in October 2012.

Tickets for Scooby-Doo – The Mystery Of The Pyramid cost £21.40 and are available by calling 0844 871 7649 or online at www.atgtickets.com/stoke.

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