COMEDIAN Paul Sinha took the opportunity to meet up with his fellow Grand Opera House pantomime cast members when he appeared at the Great Yorkshire Fringe in York.

Sinha is to make his pantomime debut as the villainous Abanazar in Three Bears Productions' first panto in York, Aladdin, in which he will star alongside Suzanne Shaw's Princess Jasmine, Frazer Hines's Emperor and Stuart Wade's Wishee Washee, with dancer Debbie McGee and The Go! Go! Go! Show's Carl Tracey in the company too.

Here Sinha, far left, is pictured with pantomime dancers Emily Taylor, Sophie Harold and Lauren Kelly and Stuart Wade's Wishee Washee, dancing the elephant dance with two special guests, Tikka Masala and Rogan Josh, on the Great Yorkshire Fringe's village green in Parliament Street, where they created quite a stir with passers-by, especially children.

Sinha sold out last Friday night's performance of his solo show Postcards From The Z-List in The Turn Pot and will return to York for Aladdin's run from December 9 to January 1 2017, directed by Wade. Tickets can be booked on 0844 871 3024 or at