Tom Daley takes a role in Plymouth panto
TOM Daley has dipped a toe into theatre.
The city diver enjoyed the world stage by bagging a bronze in the London Olympics in 2012.
Now he has started 2013 by gracing the Theatre Royal Plymouth’s stage – with a pantomime song.
Oh yes, he has.
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Tom, 18 was a special guest at a performance of Dick Whittington.
He delighted the public at the end of the show by joining panto dame Christopher Biggins on stage.
They sang Old MacDonald Had A Farm with some children from the audience.
The Plymouth College pupil also posed for a photo with members of the cast.
Tom’s view on the pantomime was: “The show is amazing and a must see.”
Word is that his singing was ee-i-ee-i-out of the ordinary, too.
Dick Whittington, co-starring Basil Brush, runs at the Theatre Royal until Saturday, January 19.