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By Christopher Biggins

A colourful celebration of the Christmas tradition of pantomime with words by the ‘Grand Dame of British theatre’ Christopher Biggins. Isle of Man Post Office marks the festive season with
six fun-filled and colourful stamps celebrating pantomime, a Christmas tradition which has delighted for generations in theatres and community halls across the Isle of Man and British Isles


Biggins supports

Beards taking on bowel cancer

Again this year I am supporting Beating Bowel Cancer by growing a full on beard for Decembeard. This year the theme is ‘Beards taking on bowel cancer’ and as well as raising as much money as possible they are particularly looking to reach out to people aged 50 plus (the age group at risk of bowel cancer) to make people aware of the condition and understand the symptoms. As we all know, men find it more difficult to go to their doctor with symptoms, I and they, want to break down this taboo too. The money that I am raising will go towards Beating Bowel Cancer supporting more patients and families affected and to help raise awareness of the UK’s second biggest cancer killer. Below is a button that links to my Justgiving page if you would like to sponsor me and help with this great cause.


As an Actor he has appeared in many British television classics, drama's and in theatre from Shakespear to Musicals all over the world. With his warmth and personality he was crowned King Of The Jungle in 'Im A Celebrity - Get Me Out Of Here. His is a regular guest on all TV programmes from game shows to current affairs. He is a fantastic host to all his charitable work, and he is without doubt on of the Grand Dames in British Pantomimes.


In 2007 Panto star Christopher Biggins was crowned king of the jungle

Biggins was born in Oldham, Lancashire, England and raised in Salisbury, Wiltshire, where he took elocution lessons and participated in local drama groups, leading to a job at the local repertory theatre.

Without doubt