Popular pantomime Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs is coming to Telford Theatre from 8 December to 2 January.
Starring EastEnders and Dancing On Ice Winner – Sam Attwater as The Prince, back by popular demand, the hilarious – Ian Smith as Dame Dolly, comedy star – Carl Dutfield as Muddles, local favourite – Chloe Barlow as Snow White, 90s Pop Star ‘Lolly’ – Anna Kumble as The Wicked Queen and singing sensation – Sophie Jane Walters as Fairy Fortune.
Come and see the beautiful Snow White and her seven little friends from the enchanted forest as they attempt to defeat the evil Wicked Queen who is overcome with jealously when her magic mirror declares that Snow White is the fairest in all the land. Will Snow White meet her handsome Prince and live happily ever after? There’s only one way to find out…
Don’t miss this year’s spectacular pantomime featuring a superb cast, beautiful scenery, colourful costumes, amazing special effects and lots and lots of laughs!
Cllr Carolyn Healy, cabinet member for climate change, green spaces, natural and historic environment and cultural services, said:
“We are delighted to announce the cast for this year’s pantomime Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at Telford Theatre. A visit to the pantomime is such a special Christmas tradition for young and old alike and we look forward to seeing you here. Tickets are on sale and we urge to get yours booked to avoid disappointment – you can book online at telfordtheatre.com, pop in to the theatre at Oakengates or call the team on 01952 382 382.
“You may have noticed that we have a new name here at the theatre – Telford Theatre. We have been known as The Place for a number of years now. The decision to refresh the name was based on feedback from the community and our ambition to host performances in locations outside of the main theatre building such as outdoor theatre in Wellington and Telford Town Park taking our Telford Theatre name with us.”