Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. January 2016

Author: Dancing Diva
February 19, 2017

Snow White

Panto season is far from over thanks to Victoria Hall ADS

Tuesday 19 January 2016/Theatre/The Bolton News

 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Victoria Hall ADS

Until Saturday

WITH a colourful opening chorus and an array of delightful characters, the panto season continues with this traditional feast of family fun.

Written by Barry Massey, Snow White (Katie Barnes) is treated as a slave by her evil step mother Queen Evilene, played with an abundance of energy by Anne Dixon. The arrival of Prince Bob (Natalie Quinn) convinces the Queen that he has come along to ask her to marry him; little knowing that it is Snow White who he has set his cap at.

As Snow White is banished to the woods she happens upon a cottage which houses the Seven Dwarfs who befriend her and make her feel she has worth. Anna Quinn, Hollie Daley, Morgan-Grace Pennington-Rothwell, Maya Gola, Sophie Neasham, Leah Grungy and Eleanor Smart star as the dwarfs and give us some great comedy moments and one-liners.

Barry Massey as Nurse Dolly and Matthew Wilkinson as Cheeky provide audience participation aplenty with the sing a long being the pinnacle of a great nights entertainment.

The choreography by Dawn Hargreaves and Courtney Hargreaves was in keeping with the choice and music and was executed effectively by the well-drilled chorus.

With every effort taken to ensure costumes, scenery and props were just right, especially the costume and make up of Gruesome the Gory Goblin played Robert Goodier, this was an all-round enjoyable production.

Paul Cohen

 

Snow White poster

 

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