'Joe Meloy, the excellent pantomime dame...'
British Theatre Guide
Get To Know Joe (Me, Myself & I)...
Hello there, if you're reading this; first of all thanks for taking an interest, secondly are you sure you're on the right website? In this section you'll find out a bit about me, and links to other things... Of course all of the links are about me as well.
By clicking here you'll go straight to my YouTube Channel it has videos of me in action, even if you don't like what you see at least you'll have killed a couple of minutes.
Page to Panto
One thing I love is Pantomime, as well as performing in many, I have also penned a few as well. If your group (Professional or Amateur) are interested in a panto script with laughter, gags and the traditional pantomime characters we all love, I might just be your man! Please feel free to visit my website on the button below or get in touch and we can talk all things Panto!
Pantomime 2020; Oh Yes It Is!
Ropetackle Arts Centre Pantomime 2020
Absolutely loved being able to perform in Pantomime this year, and although it ended a bit sooner than we wanted it too, due to the government announced tier changes, it was still fantastic to be able to don the dress for another year!
Please click the button below for a lovely review from British Theatre Guide.
Kidney Care UK & Bliss
My Chosen Charities
On May 26th 2019, I ran the Edinburgh Marathon and on October 13th 2019, I ran the Royal Parks Half Marathon dressed as a Pantomime Dame, both in aid of Kidney Care UK raising a total of £1039.
Kidney Care UK is a charity that is close to my heart as back in 2016 my best mate Ashley Glander was diagnosed with kidney failure, he currently goes to dialysis four times a week and has the most positive outlook about everything. Ashley has been my best mate since we were eleven, who is one of the nicest and happiest people I know, love you buddy.
I was supposed to be running the Chelmsford Half Marathon on the 7th of March 2021 in aid of Bliss. However, due to the ongoing pandemic this has been cancelled, when things get back to normal I intend upon running a different half marathon.
I have chosen the chairty Bliss because of my Niece Ivy who was born premature at 28 weeks and 5 days and weighed just 1lb 15oz. Bliss helped my sister when Ivy was born as she found their website a great source of information. Ivy is three on the 4th of August this year, and is the most wonderful child in the world, without charities like Bliss many babies like Ivy may not be here.
More information about Bliss: Bliss' vision is that every baby born premature or sick in the UK has the best chance of survival and quality of life. Bliss champions the right for every baby born premature or sick to receive the best care. We achieve this by empowering families,influencing policy and practice and enabling life-changing research.
I will continue to support both of these charities in the best way I can. To find out more about the amazing work both Kidney Care UK and Bliss do, please click the links below.