Former Emmerdale actress Roxanne Pallett doing the Time Warp at Grimsby Auditorium
THE Time Warp has so far helped a woman give birth and a man propose to his girlfriend, so anything can be expected when the Rocky Horror Show tour stops at the Grimsby Auditorium.
The world's favourite Rock 'n' Roll musical, Richard O'Brien's The Rocky Horror Show celebrates its 40th anniversary with this party production.
Former Emmerdale star Roxanne Pallett plays Janet.
Speaking to What's On, Roxanne said: "I wanted to take part in the musical because it's iconic. Celebrating 40 years as a musical of that calibre. It's a massive challenge and reward for me. It's been the role of my life."
Joining Roxanne is Sam Attwater (EastEnders) as Brad, Philip Franks (The Darling Buds of May) as the narrator and Oliver Thornton (Priscilla Queen of the Desert) as Frank 'n' Furter.
"Sam has just joined us so we've only done five shows together but he's really got stuck into the role," said Roxanne.
The tour pulled into Grimsby Auditorium on Monday where it runs each night until Saturday (March 23).
"With the Rocky Horror Show audience anything can happen," said Roxanne. "The audience plays just as big a part as the characters in fancy dress and singing along.
"One woman went into labour during the Time Warp. We've had people climbing up on stage and one man proposed to his girlfriend when Brad proposes to Janet in the show."
The show sees squeaky clean sweethearts Brad and Janet on an adventure they'll never forget, with the scandalous Frank 'n' Furter, rippling Rocky and vivacious Magenta.
Bursting at the seams with timeless classics, including Sweet Transvestite, Damn It Janet and, of course, the pelvic thrusting Time Warp, The Rocky Horror Show promises to be a non-stop party.
Roxanne said: "Playing Janet is great – she's so wholesome when she's in the car with Brad, they're like the equivalent of Danny and Sandy in Grease – they are real American sweethearts."
The show starts at 8pm today, with further shows at 5.30pm and 8.30pm tomorrow and Saturday.
Tickets are priced from £10-£29.50 from the box office on 0844 871 3016.