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Unfortunately, our website is currently unavailable in most European countries.We are engaged on the issue and committed to looking at options that support our full range of digital offerings to the EU market.is simple: Mimi (played by Tess Degenstein) mingles with the guests before the show and drafts a “maybe” list of potential candidates to join her on stage for a blind date.Then, at the beginning of the show, she reaches into the audience for her date and they share the stage for 90 minutes."All the way growing up I would watched him on The Den, and then to actually finally work with him was a dream come true.Genuinely I had to pinch myself last year when I was on the stage I was like ‘Janey, I’m talking to Dustin the Turkey!"I’m not going to lie, I’m as red faced and embarrassed watching it as some of the people at home.I think I look a bit nervous actually, but then it’s all one big national mortifying experience, but it’s fun!
"He’s very funny, difficult to work with, he doesn’t always say his lines at the right time, or at all in fact, he just does what he wants to do, but he is an essential cast member", he said.
’ "It was brilliant, even my brother and all, everyone is a big fan of him so I can’t wait to work with him again", Andrews said.
Polly and the Beanstalk runs at Dublin's Olympia Theatre from Friday, December 15 to Sunday, January 14, 2018.
"I’ve worked for 27 years in television and we never really had a live studio audience so when you go into The Olympia you get the buzz, you get the passion, you get the sweat, you get the popcorn, you get Al messing, it’s just amazing it is", Dustin said.
"Al’s brilliant, I share a dressing room with Al so the messing onstage is the same as the dressing room, but it never affects the panto it only makes it better.