Drew Cameron first appeared in panto in 1999 and enjoyed the experience so much, he and his wife Sheila, set up their own company, Cameron Productions and started a long and successful career at The New Empire Theatre, Southend-on-sea.

“My family went to the New Empire Theatre in Southend to see Cameron Production’s ‘Dick Whittington’. This was the best production of a pantomime we have seen. The comedian playing Idle Jack was outstanding and had the audience in stitches”   Southend Echo

However for the last 4 years, Drew has been working with other companies so he can experience more relationships and challenges.

1999 Idle Jack Dick Whittington Bexhill-on-Sea.

“The comedian playing Idle Jack was outstanding and had the audience in stitches”  letter to newspaper

2000 Idle Jack               Dick Whittington          Southend –on Sea

” Wows the Audience….first class…. excellent”    Evening Echo
” the best show seen over Christmas -” The Stage

2001 Wishee Washee              Aladdin             Southend –on Sea

” fun enthralling….enchanting…magical… Evening Echo

2002 Dame         Mother Goose           Southend –on Sea

” Drew Cameron…absolutely brilliant” …….. Paul Lomas. Theatrical Critic

Buttons            Cinderella                  Southend –on Sea
Fantastic…….. brilliant.        ‘Bob Rust (theatre critic)’
Idle Jack     Dick Whittington          Southend –on Sea“Dick Whittington, really is the best in town.….. best of all is the comedy of
Drew Cameron as Idle Jack”.  – JOHN GILES (journalist)
‘magical’…’raucous’     MIKE GIBSON. Evening Echo
Lead Comic    The Pied Piper            Southend –on Sea
“Best Performances? Definitely Drew Cameron…..brilliant comedy”
“genuinely side splittingly funny”. “beg, steal or borrow to get a ticket” Southend Enquirer
First Mate      Sinbad the Sailor         Southend –on Sea
” Drew’s witty personality keeps everyone in fits of laughter” Southend Echo
Buttons         Cinderella              Redhill                Paul Holman Productions.
“Drew Cameron was perfectly cast as Buttons and his vast range of impressions were
topical and spot on”   Surrey Mirror