BRITAIN’S Got Talent finalists Flawless will appear in panto in Southampton this Christmas.

The street dance troupe complete the principal line-up for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which also stars Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood and The Chuckle Brothers.

Made famous on the third series of ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent, they have been a mainstay of the hip-hop dance scene for over a decade having been formed by Marlon Wallen and Ameila Benoit in 2005.

The group, consisting of Swoosh, Bounce, Steady, Oddey, Jepp, Gilly, King and Riz, went on to win the annual UK Street Dancing Championships, are TV regulars, enjoyed two major tours of UK theatres and even made two feature films.

They appeared alongside Kylie Minogue in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen at the Diamond Jubilee Concert outside Buckingham Palace which was broadcast live to the nation, have made several guest appearances on Strictly Come Dancing, appeared in the opening ceremony of the 2012 Paralympic Opening Ceremony and made history when they collaborated with the English National Ballet.

Flawless will star as the Wicked Queen’s attendants in the show, which takes to the Mayflower stage from December 15 to January 7, 2018.

A well-known face on television in the UK, and now all over the world, Craig Revel Horwood plays their Wicked Queen. He has acted as a judge on all 13 series of BBC1’s Strictly Come Dancing and in recent years returned to his roots as a performer in musical theatre, starring as Miss Hannigan in the UK tour of Annie, as well as directing and choreographing productions including the current UK tour of Sister Act and Son of a Preacher Man, which opens later this year.

The Chuckle Brothers, who will play the Wicked Queen’s bumbling Henchmen, are known to generations of children for their popular prime-time children’s television show Chucklevision,.The series proved to be so successful that in 2008 BAFTA presented Paul and Barry with an award for ‘services to British children’s television’.

The panto will be produced by Qdos Entertainment, the world’s biggest pantomime producer. Tickets: 023 8071 1811 or



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