The Woodville Theatre is celebrating its 50th birthday...oh yes it is!
On November 15, 1968, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Kent officially opened the building which was designed to be a public space between Wrotham Road and Windmill Street.
Since then, an array of stars have appeared on the stage including, more recently, comedian Joel Dommett and as part of the celebrations, the Last Leg's Josh Widdicombe will be performing this evening as part of the celebrations.
The Inbetweeners stars and co-creators attended a special screening of their first film in 2013 where they also took questions from the audience.
In honour of the celebration, and with panto season just around the corner, we've taken a look back at the stars, the dames and the villains to grace the stage.
With the help of Discover Gravesham, here is a list of some of the shows and their performers over the last half a century.
1968 - Mother Goose
The first show held when the Woodville was sparkly and new was Mother Goose which was created by Jerry Jerome Productions.
1970 - Cinderella
The first of a number of performances of the Disney favourite. Cinderella was played by Vivien Russell and Prince Charming by Lynn Valentine, where are they now?
1977 - Robinson Crusoe
The story of the Crusoe family who washed up on an island in a storm was brought to life on stage in the 1970s.
1980 - Christmas Crackers
Throughout the 70s and 80s black and white were more commonly used for the posters. Then, in 1980 this colourful advert for the Christmas Cracker performance was revealed for the theatre's 12th pantomime.
1983 - Cinderella
In the year that actress Emily Blunt and athlete Mo Farrah was born, Cinderella reappeared in Gravesend as illustrated by this poster.
1986 - Mother Goose
Eighteen years after the Woodville's first production of Mother Goose, the family fun pantomime returned to the stage.
1993 - Beauty and the Beast
In the middle of his 25 years as PC Tony Stamp on The Bill, Graham Cole took the role of Prince Jean-Pierre in 1993's production of Beauty and the Beast
2000 - Peter Pan
The new year was brought in with Jack and the Beanstalk and the first production was JM Barrie's Peter Pan lead by Alyson Coote who also later appeared in The Bill.
2002 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
The late Jade Goody, who died following a battle with cervical cancer, played the evil queen in Snow White in 2002. Jade did several pantomimes, including in 2008, just months before her death in March 2009.
2007 - Aladdin
In 2007 Gravesend welcomed a star from down under, as Paul O'Brien who was best known as Jack Holden from Home and Away, took on the role of Aladdin.
2010 - Cinderella
Kim Woodburn swapped her Marigolds for a fairy princess dress in 2010, the year after she was runner up in I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.
2014 - Aladdin
No Matter What you may think of pantomimes, 2014 was a great year with not only Shane Lynch from Boyzone playing Abanazar and Ben Ofoedu as The Genie.
2018 - Peter Pan
50 years after Mother Goose, JJ from boyband Union J who shot to fame on the X-Factor will be leading the crew in this year's Peter Pan. Find out more about the show here.
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