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 DECEMBER 2011 NEWS:
.Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special @ BBC iPlayer
Thursday 29th December, 2011 Television
Su looking fab, with Anton Du Beke, on the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special. The programme was the fifth most watched of Christmas day. Su Online has received thousands of new visitors over Christmas week. Thanks to everyone who has stopped by. Strictly Christmas is available to watch online at 'BBC iPlayer' until Monday 2nd January. Please click below to view and do return in January for a full update of Su news, including a great selection of screen captures from Strictly and You Have Been Watching... David Croft. Happy New Year!

.A Very Merry Christmas
Christmas Eve, 2011 It's Christmas
Wishing all of Su Online's visitors a very Merry Christmas and a Happy & Successful New Year. This has been another incredibly busy year for Su and for Su Online and we hope you've enjoyed all of our updates and site additions throughout 2011. Su is continuing in Annie right through until Hogmanay (aka New Year's Eve) and is all over Christmas telly (see below) so do enjoy your Su-filled festive holiday season!

.Strictly Christmas Special: Trailer Screen Captures + Christmas TV Recap
Christmas Eve, 2011 It's Christmas
Screen caps from the BBC's trailer for tomorrow night's Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special. Watch Su tripping the light fantastic at 8pm on BBC1, Christmas Day. It's set to be a fantastic and festive show, and one of the most watched this Christmas.

Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special : BBC1 - Christmas Day : 8.00pm
Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special : BBC1 - Boxing Day : 2.00pm
Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly present a very special Christmas spectacular, with five brand new celebrities taking up the ballroom challenge on a festive-themed dance floor. Actress Su Pollard, funnygirl Debra Stephenson, EastEnders star Charlie Brooks, boxing legend Barry McGuigan and boyband Blue's Simon Webbe all rock around the Strictly dance floor, hoping to take home the trophy. Some familiar faces from the class of Strictly 2011, including Russell Grant, join in the festive fun. Plus music legend Shakin Stevens wishes everyone a Merry Christmas with a very special performance, and there are one or two surprises.

Benidorm Christmas Special : ITV1 - Christmas Day : 11.20pm
Benidorm Christmas Special : ITV1 +1 - Boxing Day : 12.20am
Benidorm Christmas Special : ITV2 - Friday 30th December : 9.00pm
Benidorm Christmas Special : ITV2 +1 - Friday 30th December : 10.00pm
Christmas Special. It is Christmas on the Costa Blanca and the Garveys are staying with Mel and Madge in their luxury hilltop villa - but will Mel make it back from a business trip in time for Christmas dinner? Noreen finds a travel companion, but he may not be all he seems. There is confusion at the Solana when Donald and Jacqueline check in with a group of close personal friends - including king of the swingers Marvin. Madge is left in charge of the Christmas Spectacular at the Benidorm Palace but when star of the show Su Pollard takes an unexpected detour via a Spanish nudist camp it looks as if the event will be left without its big finale. Can Donald and Jacqueline's famous friend save the day?

Hi-de-Hi! : BBC2 Scotland - Tuesday 27th December : 3.10pm
Hi-de-Hi! : BBC2 - Tuesday 27th December : 7.00pm
Holiday camp comedy. Peggy the chalet maid has a burning ambition to become a Yellowcoat, so Jeffrey arranges an interview for her.

You Have Been Watching - David Croft : BBC2 - Tuesday 27th December : 8.00pm
Whether as a writer, director or producer, David Croft had a hand in five of the most successful sitcoms in British television history - Dad's Army, Are You Being Served?, It Ain't Half Hot Mum, Hi-de-Hi! and 'Allo 'Allo! Here, friends, family and those who worked with him pay tribute to the TV comedy genius who died in September aged 89.

.Annie @ Christmas 2011: 'Cambridge News' Review
Thursday 22nd December, 2011 Theatre Review
Cambridge Corn Exchange
by Joanne Tynan

Starring national treasure Su Pollard as the lonely and cruel New York orphanage owner Miss Hannigan and David McAlister as the booming billionaire Mr Warbucks, this is a family romp packed full of laughs that delivers a heart-warming message of hope this Christmas.

Pollard shows exactly why she has been a household name for 30 years: her impeccable comic timing stole the show and had the audience in stitches – particularly when she threw herself at a shell-shocked President Roosevelt.

She is known for her physical comedy but her amazingly strong singing voice was a revelation and a pleasure to behold, while her desperate attempts to seduce any man who came into her eye-line left the male members of the audience quaking in their boots.

• Read the full review, at the 'Cambridge News' website,
here.
.The Telegraph: What To Watch This Christmas
Thursday 22nd December, 2011 Press Clips
Michael Hogan offers a handy guide to a busy festive season of television

Christmas Day: Strictly Come Dancing, BBC One, 8pm

In case you’ve been suffering glitterball withdrawal symptoms, it’s back for a tinsel-toed special. The line-up includes Su Pollard of Hi-De-Hi fame and former boxer Barry McGuigan, but we’re tipping comedian Debra Stephenson or EastEnders villain Charlie Brooks. There’s also a song from Shakin’ Stevens, who everyone had forgotten existed.
.Annie @ Christmas 2011: 'What's on Stage' Review
Thursday 22nd December, 2011 Theatre Review
Cambridge Corn Exchange
by Anne Morley-Priestman

Tomorrow is always going to a better day. Well, it is if you’re an optimist – and that’s something which Little Orphan Annie, the sassy 11-year old heroine of Harold Gray’s comic strips and the Charles Meehan-Chrles Strouse musical based on them, most certainly is. Put children on a stage at Christmas, add a dog with personality, and (in theory) you’ve the recipe for a successful show.

• Read the full review, at the 'What's on Stage' website,
here.
.Loose Women: Screen Captures
Tuesday 20th December, 2011 Television
A selection of screen caps from yesterday's Loose Women. Su and her doppleganger Jenny Eclair were both finally spotted in the same place at the same time :) There was also exclusive clips from Christmas Day's Strictly Come Dancing. Please click on the caps for larger versions.

.Loose Women @ ITV Player
Tuesday 20th December, 2011 Television
Yesterday's Loose Women is also now available at 'ITV Player'. View the very festive show by clicking below. It will remain online for the next six days.

• This is also now available to view at 'You Tube', here.

.Daybreak @ ITV Player
Tuesday 20th December, 2011 Television
Yesterday's Daybreak included a short feature on Annie at the Cambridge Corn Exchange. This is available to watch online at 'ITV Player' for the next six days. The report begins just after 7.30am. Please click below to view.

.Annie: The Cambridge Corn Exchange Christmas Show 2011
Saturday 17th December, 2011 Theatre
It's finally here! Annie, the Cambridge Corn Exchange Christmas Show 2011 opens this afternoon at 2.30pm. There is also an evening performance at 7.30pm.

Over the next fortnight there are 21 shows, including 13 matinees, so lots of opportunities to catch the show.

As we have previously mentioned, after six tours and almost 10 years in the role, these Christmas shows are Su's very final appearances as Miss Hannigan.

• View full details on the Christmas residency and book tickets, at the Cambridge Corn Exchange website,
here.
.Cambridge News: Su Pollard: from Hi-de-Hi! to Annie
Friday 16th December, 2011 Interview
An excellent new interview with Su, from the 'Cambridge News'. Su talks Annie, Hi-de-Hi!, fashion, Madonna and much more. The Annie Christmas spectacular opens on Saturday afternoon at the Cambridge Corn Exchange.

Jennifer Shelton chats to TV fave – and alternative style icon – Su Pollard, as she prepares to bring a little festive cheer and recession-boosting optimism to Cambridge with Annie.

Su Pollard isn't known for her conservative style of dress, and as she strides cheerily into the Corn Exchange building for our interview, she doesn't disappoint. Adorned with a sparkly sequined top, knee-length socks, her trademark glasses and what looks like a tiny, scarlet top hat, she would give any panto dame a run for their money. She is also carrying a bright green and pink lunchbox. With pigs on.

It was given to her, she says, by some children she worked with on a recent show.

"It had pig sweets in it," she says, earnestly, settling down beside me as though for a cosy chat with an old pal. "Have you ever had one of those chewy pigs? They take about a day to eat! But it was a nice thought. And I've kept the box. . ."

• Read the full interview, at the 'Cambridge News' website,
here.
.Su on TV: Loose Women
Thursday 15th December, 2011 Television
Su is guesting on a very festive edition of Loose Women next Monday.

Squeezing in an appearance on the ITV1 lunchtime show, while starring in Annie at the Cambridge Corn Exchange, is a must for Su as she loves catching up with those loose ladies, especially at Christmastime.

Loose Women : ITV1 - Monday 19th December : 12.30PM
Loose Women : ITV2 - Monday 19th December : 4.40PM

Join Andrea McLean and Sherrie Hewson for more festive lunchtime chat and fun. Guests are Su Pollard and Arlene Phillips. Also airing on the +1 channels.
.Strictly Christmas Special: More Press Clips
Wednesday 14th December, 2011 Press Clips
Radio Times
Strictly Come Dancing

In the mood for something different, five new celebrities dance to impress the judges and lift the Christmas trophy.

Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly present a very special Christmas spectacular. Actress Su Pollard, funnygirl Debra Stephenson, EastEnders star Charlie Brooks, boxing legend Barry McGuigan and boyband Blue's Simon Webbe all rock around the Strictly dance floor, hoping to take home the trophy. Some familiar faces from the class of Strictly 2011, including Russell Grant, join in the festive fun. Plus music legend Shakin Stevens wishes everyone a Merry Christmas with a very special performance, and there are one or two surprises.

The Courier Online: Christmas Day Crackers
Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special
Christmas Day, BBC1

Expect a star-spangled Christmas day as 5 celebrities don their dancing shoes and hit the dancefloor: Blue’s Simon Webbe; comedienne Debra Stephenson; Hi-De-Hi’s Su Pollard; Eastenders actress Charlie Brook; and heavyweight boxer Barry McGuigan.

Free Sat: Ones To Record
Some of your favourite programmes are all on at the same time, so make sure you don’t miss any Albert Square action whilst Downton’s on.

Strictly Come Dancing

You may not be ready for a Christmas dance-off after all that turkey, stuffing and pudding, but Su Pollard, Debra Stephenson, Charlie Brooks, Barry McGuigan and Simon Webbe will be. All will take to the ballroom for the festive trophy, under the watchful eyes of that host with the most, Bruce Forsyth.

.BBC: Strictly Come Dancing: Pixie, Lionel and Su
Wednesday 14th December, 2011 Television
The 'BBC' added a clip from last week's It Takes Two to their website yesterday. View here.

.Female First: Give The Gift Of Life This Christmas
Wednesday 14th December, 2011 Press Clips
Su, along with numerous other famous faces, is lending her support to the seasonal blood donor campaign 2011.

Give the gift of life this Christmas by becoming a blood donor

Gary Lineker, Kirsty Gallacher and Kym Marsh are just a few of the celebrities that are urging you to give the gift of life this Christmas by becoming a blood donor.

Statistics reveal that as the Christmas decorations go up, blood stocks go down. And although 7000 units of blood are needed every day, appointments booked for December are far lower than the monthly average. In December 2010 there were 15,000 fewer donations than the average month. More blood donations are urgently needed and NHS Blood and Transplant is calling on the public to give the ultimate Christmas present this year - the gift of life – by becoming a blood donor.

Celebrities supporting the seasonal campaign include Gary Lineker, Kirsty Gallacher, Jenny Frost, Kym Marsh and Su Pollard.

• Read the official 'Press Association' release about the campaign
here.

.Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two: Screen Captures
Sunday 11th December, 2011 Television
A few screen caps of Su, Lionel, Pixie and Zoe from Friday's laughter-filled Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two. Please click on the captures to view larger versions.

.Twitpic: Backstage at Strictly: It Takes Two
Sunday 11th December, 2011 Photographs
The BBC's Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two Twitpics from this weekend. Great backstage photos of Su, Lionel Blair and Pixie Lott. Please click on each for larger versions at Twitpic.

.Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two: Available @ BBC iPlayer
Saturday 10th December, 2011 Television
Last night's Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two is now online at 'BBC iPlayer'. The programme will be available to watch until next Friday. Please click below to go directly there.

• A great photo of Su and, her fellow It Takes Two guest, Lionel Blair, backstage at last night's programme was uploaded to 'Twitpic' last night. View that here.

.Su on TV: Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two: Tonight!
Friday 9th December, 2011 Television
Su guests on this evening's Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two on BBC2. The programme will be available to UK viewers online at BBC iPlayer after it airs.

Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two
BBC2 - Friday 9th December : 6.30pm

Holly and Artem are on the sofa. The Friday panel will be Pixie Lott, Lionel Blair and Su Pollard and Zoe will be checking in with the Len Dance Clinic!
.Su Newsy Bits & Pieces!
Friday 9th December, 2011 Press Clips
Wolverhampton Grand/Friends Of The Grand: We have had many special visitors to the Grand this Autumn and many words of appreciation for the welcome we offer them in Wolverhampton. Su Pollard was very enthusiastic about the fruitbowl she found in her dressing room, commenting how even simple gestures really make a difference to how performers feel on arriving at a new venue! View here.

This is Lincolnshire: Marshall Lancaster, of Ashes to Ashes, Doctor Who and Coronation Street, speaks of how seeing Su and Matthew Kelly in panto when he was a child inspired him to become an actor. View here.

Dr Pam: It was completely fab seeing some of the pre-recording of the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special last night. It's well worth watching - loved Su Pollard, Charlie Brooks and Debra Stephenson... well, all of them really.

.Robbie Williams Blogs About X Factor, Strictly and Su!
Thursday 8th December, 2011 Photographs
Robbie Williams talked Su, and posted a fabulous photo, on his Official Website Blog yesterday.

"The next day found me at Strictly.....My mate Robbie Savage said come down so I did....I can't remember the last time I've had a compulsion to have my picture taken with anybody..But there's something about Su Pollard....She asked me ''Is it for your Mum?'' No Su it was for me....I'll treasure it....Thank You...."

Wonderful words from Robbie. Visit his Official Website
here.

(Above photo and text RobbieWilliams.com)
.MSN TV: Strictly Come Dancing Blog
Thursday 8th December, 2011 Press Clips
Not long now until the big day! No I don't mean the Strictly Come Dancing Grand Final (although that is something to look forward) I mean Christmas Day. Which of course means plenty of good TV, the highlight of which for us ballroom fans will have to be the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special.

As festive as turkey (and just as essential) this year's dancing treat under the tree promises to be a gift of a show. Full of our favourite pro-dancers, this years celebrity competitors and a whole host of new faces trying out some steps under the watchful gaze of the judges. There should even be a few surprises...

• Read the full article, at the 'MSN TV' website,
here. Please note that this article does contain information that could be viewed as *spoilers*
.Su on TV: Little Robots
Thursday 8th December, 2011 Television
Those Little Robots continue to brighten up these dark Winter mornings, airing on BBC2 each morning, including weekends, through December

Series four continues tomorrow morning with episode seven: On Balance, and episode eight on Saturday: Noisy Knows Noise.

Cast List: Morwenna Banks, Martin Clunes, Emma Chambers, Su Pollard, Mel Giedroyc, Sue Perkins, Lenny Henry, Mike Haley, Jimmy Hibbert and Hayley Carmichael.

Did You Know: Little Robots is distributed to over 60 countries by BBC Worldwide?
.For Better Or For Worse: Episode Eight @ BBC iPlayer
Thursday 8th December, 2011 Radio
Episode eight of the first series of For Better or For Worse is now at BBC iPlayer. It will be available until early next Wednesday.

That's the first series done and dusted. We will, of course, let you know if and when BBC Radio 4 Extra decide to air series two or three of the 90s radio sitcom.
.Su Online News Archive: October 2011
Thursday 8th December, 2011 Site News
Su news for October 2011 has now been archived. Visit our News Archive here.

.What's on TV: Christmas 2011 TV Preview
Tuesday 6th December, 2011 Press Clips
Christmas Day: Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special, BBC1, 8pm
It's time to deck the halls with glitterballs as five new celebrities put on their dancing shoes to strut their stuff to some Christmas classics. Hi-de-Hi! legend Su Pollard pairs up with Anton Du Beke, while EastEnders star Charlie Brooks dances with Vincent Simone. Comedienne Debra Stephenson will team up with Ian Waite while Blue's Simon Webbe will partner Katya Virshilas. Former boxing champion Barry McGuigan will partner Erin Boag, completing the line-up. The stars will be hoping to impress judges Len Goodman, Alesha Dixon, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood and the studio audience, who will be voting for their favourite. None more so than Su, who says: "Strictly at Christmas is must-see TV. I'm hoping to woo the judges and the viewers with my utter exuberance and dancing prowess!"

.Stay Tuned For A Su Filled Christmas
Sunday 4th December, 2011 • Thanks to Rob Cope Television
Christmas 2011 is going to be Sutastic, with a number of TV appearances from Su, both present and past over the festive season. As well as, the aforementioned, Strictly and Hi-de-Hi! there's also a repeat showing of last year's Benidorm Christmas Special, and Su has also contributed to BBC2's tribute documentary to David Croft, You Have Been Watching.

Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special : BBC1 - Christmas Day : 8.00pm
Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special : BBC1 - Boxing Day : 2.00pm
Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly present a very special Christmas spectacular, with five brand new celebrities taking up the ballroom challenge on a festive-themed dance floor. Actress Su Pollard, funnygirl Debra Stephenson, EastEnders star Charlie Brooks, boxing legend Barry McGuigan and boyband Blue's Simon Webbe all rock around the Strictly dance floor, hoping to take home the trophy. Some familiar faces from the class of Strictly 2011, including Russell Grant, join in the festive fun. Plus music legend Shakin Stevens wishes everyone a Merry Christmas with a very special performance, and there are one or two surprises.

Benidorm Christmas Special : ITV1 - Christmas Day : 11.20pm
Benidorm Christmas Special : ITV1 +1 - Boxing Day : 12.20am
Benidorm Christmas Special : ITV2 - Friday 30th December : 9.00pm
Benidorm Christmas Special : ITV2 +1 - Friday 30th December : 10.00pm
Christmas Special. It is Christmas on the Costa Blanca and the Garveys are staying with Mel and Madge in their luxury hilltop villa - but will Mel make it back from a business trip in time for Christmas dinner? Noreen finds a travel companion, but he may not be all he seems. There is confusion at the Solana when Donald and Jacqueline check in with a group of close personal friends - including king of the swingers Marvin. Madge is left in charge of the Christmas Spectacular at the Benidorm Palace but when star of the show Su Pollard takes an unexpected detour via a Spanish nudist camp it looks as if the event will be left without its big finale. Can Donald and Jacqueline's famous friend save the day?

Hi-de-Hi! : BBC2 Scotland - Tuesday 27th December : 3.10pm
Hi-de-Hi! : BBC2 - Tuesday 27th December : 7.00pm
Holiday camp comedy. Peggy the chalet maid has a burning ambition to become a Yellowcoat, so Jeffrey arranges an interview for her.

You Have Been Watching - David Croft : BBC2 - Tuesday 27th December : 8.00pm
Whether as a writer, director or producer, David Croft had a hand in five of the most successful sitcoms in British television history - Dad's Army, Are You Being Served?, It Ain't Half Hot Mum, Hi-de-Hi! and 'Allo 'Allo! Here, friends, family and those who worked with him pay tribute to the TV comedy genius who died in September aged 89.
.Hi-de-Hi!: Su Online Complete Episode/Info Guide
Saturday 3rd December, 2011 Television
It's taken a while but our Hi-de-Hi! The Complete Episode & Info Guide is finally online.

Browse details on each and every episode of the classic sitcom, just in time for the BBC2 airing of 'Peggy's Big Chance' later this month.

Our Guide, originally compiled by Rob Cope, includes air dates, episode synopsis, regular/guest cast info and more.
.Strictly Come Dancing Christmas 2011: Filming Photos *Spoilers*
Saturday 3rd December, 2011 Television
The Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special was filmed earlier this week at TV Centre in London. The BBC have released a selection of great photographs from the filming. The 'Daily Mail' are the first to feature them in an online article. Click below if you'd like a look. Please don't if you'd rather not see the stars and their outfits before broadcast on Christmas Day.

.Annie 2011: 'Spark Sunderland' Review
Friday 2nd December, 2011 Theatre Review
Sunderland Empire
by Jonny Chambers

I think it’s safe to say, If I were to hum a tune from Annie, you would instantly recognise it. This timeless classic is loved the world over, with its memorable score and heartwarming optimism. The acclaimed film adaption helped skyrocket this musical – based on a comic strip into the hearts of millions, a position it has retained for many years since.

Beady eyed visitors to the Spark website or those of you who have been listening to the review show recently will know I recently caught up with Su Pollard. Pollard takes the reigns as villainous child-loather Miss Hannigan. Having played the role on and off over the past decade she inevitably has the character off to a T. Typically ‘hammy’ and suitably hilarious, Pollard certainly stole the show for me.

• Read the full review, at the 'Spark Sunderland' website,
here.
.Annie 2011: 'Chronicle Live' Review
Friday 2nd December, 2011 Theatre Review
Sunderland Empire
by Amy McClean

The sun’ll come out tomorrow, Bet your bottom dollar that ... Yes, that’s right! Annie has stopped off at the Sunderland Empire for a week-long run of musical magic.

Superb casting sees Su Pollard as Miss Hannigan, providing a hilarious portrayal of the love-to-hate character.

The cast works with the orphanage scenes, and not once do scenes feel over-crowded.

• Read the full review, at the 'Chronicle Live' website,
here.
.Annie 2011: 'Journal Live' Review
Friday 2nd December, 2011 Theatre Review
Sunderland Empire
by Angela Upex

It's a heart-warming tale of a little girl’s rise from rags to riches which brings a smile to everyone’s face.

Star of stage and screen, Su Pollard (Hi-De-Hi) is the dastardly Miss Hannigan and David McAlister (Hollyoaks, EastEnders, Mike Bassett TV and Brideshead Revisited) makes a welcome return as the billionaire Oliver Warbucks.

Su plays the hard-drinking boss of the orphanage with great style and humour. Her light-hearted comedy in the first act evolves to show a darker side in act two and the audience were captivated throughout.

• Read the full review, at the 'Journal Live' website,
here.
.Annie 2011: 'What's on Stage' Review
Friday 2nd December, 2011 Theatre Review
Sunderland Empire
by John Dixon

The cast of Annie need not worry about the old saying “do not appear with children and animals ” as it comes with the territory from the start.

Su Pollard, as always, gives a sterling performance as the wicked, alcoholic Miss Hannigan, belting out her solo numbers to great effect, while hitting the mark exactly on the comedy front. But special mention must be made of Audrey Leybourne, who plays Mrs. Pugh, one of Daddy Warbucks staff. While joining in the musical numbers, and noticeably shepherding the orphans during the Christmas scene, her smile lights up the stage and is fondly remembered as one of The Roly Polys.

• Read the full review, at the 'What's on Stage' website,
here.
.Digital Spy: Reality TV Christmas Round-Up
Friday 2nd December, 2011 Press Clips
Strictly Come Dancing: Christmas Special - Christmas Day 8pm on BBC One

Let the turkey and roasties settle and crack open the sherry for a Strictly Christmas special. It doesn't get any more festive than a Christmas Day cha cha cha with Brucie, does it? Throw in Su Pollard, a surprise appearance from Russell Grant and more dancing than you can shake a Christmas pudding at, and you've got a bumper Xmas Day treat.

.Su Newsy Bits & Pieces!
Friday 2nd December, 2011 Press Clips
Cambs Times 24: It’s Panto season... oh yes it is! And there are shows across Cambridgeshire: Cambridge Corn Exchange: Su Pollard, who starred as Peggy in the TV show Hi-de-Hi!, is the star of the musical Annie, to be performed from December 17-31. Tickets cost from 26.50-12.50 with concessions available. Box office: 01223 357851.

This is Scunthorpe: Performances of Annie at the Baths Hall are cancelled: Annie the Musical, which had been scheduled to come to Scunthorpe’s Baths Hall next week, has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. The story of Annie’s heart-warming journey from rags to riches was due to be performed from Tuesday, December 4 until Sunday, December 11.
.Blackpool Council: 'Annie' Star in Foster Parents Appeal
Friday 2nd December, 2011 Press Clips
Could you be a foster carer or adoptive parent?

Actress Su Pollard took time out during a recent working visit to the resort, (she was appearing in “Annie” at the Grand Theatre), to back Blackpool Council’s bid to recruit more foster carers and adoptive parents.

She met local super foster carer Sue Mansell who has fostered 27 children in recent years.

• Read the full article, at the 'Blackpool Council' website,
here.
.Annie @ Christmas 2011: Cambridge Corn Exchange
Thursday 1st December, 2011 Theatre
Welcome to December! It's not long now until the launch of The Cambridge Corn Exchange Christmas show 2011 - Annie, with Su's final ever performances as Miss Hannigan. Su and Annie are the cover stars of the Christmas/Winter Cambridge Corn Exchange brochure. Please click below for full details of Annie @ Christmas 2011. View the brochure online here.

.Annie 2011: 'Sunderland Echo' Review
Thursday 1st December, 2011 Theatre Review
Sunderland Empire
by Katy Wheeler

The songs may be saccharine, the accents may be hammy, but you’ve got to hand it to Annie – it’s a great show.

It was Su Pollard, however, who stole the show. It’s the second time I’ve seen the actress in the role of little girl-hater Miss Hannigan and she never fails to impress – I wish she was in more scenes.

She’s a great comic actress who commands the stage and her voice in tracks such as Little Girls and Easy Street is simply superb.

• Read the full review, at the 'Sunderland Echo' website,
here.

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