Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs which is directed by Simon Barnard and cast includes Jonny Freeman, Lucy Dixon, Anne Orwin, Hazel Pude and Steve Walls. The cast will perform at the Playhouse Whitley Bay from Tuesday 14 December 2010 – Monday 3 January 2011.
This Christmas Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the world’s best known and most loved pantomime, will be lavishly brought to life with an all star cast at the newly refurbished Playhouse Whitley Bay by New World Performances from Tuesday 14 December 2010 until Monday 3 January 2011.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – the most magical pantomime ever, where poor Snow White is doomed to live UN-happily ever after… with her evil and ugly stepmother the Wicked Queen!!
In a true rags to riches story Snow White manages – with the help of her ‘madcap’ friend Muddles the Jester – to meet a handsome Prince and make all her dreams come true! A pantomime full of surprises, a Good Fairy, a wacky Magic Mirror and the craziest Seven Dwarfs you’ve ever seen!!
Snow White will be played by Lucy Dixon best known for her role as ‘Danielle Harker in Waterloo Road’ Jonny Freeman plays the Prince, Jonny is well know from his role as Frank London in the incredibly popular BBC children’s TV show ‘M.I. High’ also starring Anne Orwin who played Lou Gallagher in all 17 seasons of ‘Byker Grove’ as the Wicked Queen, Hazel Pude plays the Good Fairy and is bet known for her role as “Toni in Byker Grove” and the North East’s No1 comic Steve Walls as Muddles.
Producer Gary Telfer said: “We’re really looking forward to coming to the wonderfully refurbished Playhouse Whitley Bay for our 2nd year with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which has to be the most magical pantomime of them all. It’s got a great cast of TV stars as well as some amazing local dancers. Our production of Jack and the Beanstalk was a great success last year and this year’s pantomime is going to be even bigger and better! We know how popular the pantomimes are in the North East, so we can’t wait to be back at the Playhouse Whitley Bay this coming Christmas”.
Artistic Director Guy Pascall said: “It’s going to be great fun for all the family both young and old alike. This show will take the original Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs story and give it a new twist as only New World Productions can. We’ve got plenty of great comedy routines and some amazing visuals such as a wacky Magic Mirror and the craziest Seven Dwarfs you’ve ever seen! We’re expecting to break all box office records with this Christmas show as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs has to be the most popular pantomime of them all.”
Packed with great songs, fantastic dance routines, stunning sets, sensational costumes and plenty of laughter, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is a tremendous treat for all the family that you won’t want to miss!
For more information, please visit: www.playhousewhitleybay.co.uk