Snow White Pantomime 16-30 Dec 2016


Fun-Filled Family Pantomime

16th-30th December 2016 – including Christmas Eve and Boxing Day shows

Our biggest and best panto yet! RWP proudly presents ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’. Starring singing sensation Lydia Borg in the title role, it is the traditional, timeless tale of Snow White who befriends the Seven Dwarfs in the magical forest, whilst running away from her very vane, and rather naughty, step-mother.

With exciting filmed effects see the Wicked Queen talk to her magic mirror and cast her magical spells in the castle dungeon.  Come and meet lovable Aunt Dotty the Dame, played by the very popular and rather sparkly Jamie Jones; with lots of laugh-out-loud comedy the little ones will be delighted by the dwarfs – and will love booing and hissing at the Wicked Queen’s side-kick, Horace the Henchman. The shows features a fabulous cast who will entertain you and make sure you leave with a big Christmassy smile on your face. Snow White

Another great panto from the producers who bought you Aladdin and His Magical Lamp and Peter Pan in 2014 and Cinderella in 2015.  A great show, suitable for the whole family and the perfect Christmas holiday treat.  Featuring the filmatic and musical talents of Steve Wilson.


Comments from the reviewers (past shows)

Cinderella …this witty, funny and thoroughly entertaining version of a familiar tale will have everyone leaving with a smile on their face… Jamie Jones as Chanel, making his debut with RWP, produced show-stealing delivery with magnificent poise and an outstanding stage presence – Love Midland Theatre

Cinderella.. This is a traditional telling, and one to which parents can take their children with confidence … “Is it funny?” The answer is an emphatic yes! – G Longdon, Behind the Arras

Peter Pan 2014 … one of the best flying scenes in a Peter Pan I’ve ever seen, great technical –  Alan Jones

Aladdin …Aladdin and his Magical Lamp” is full to overflowing with every pantomime treat you could ever wish for! – Ernie Almond BBC

Aladdin.. excellent performances, great singing and musical arrangements and a costume collection to rival any major budget production…..The company clearly have a lot of talent on hand – J Grant Behind the Arras

Tickets £11-£23, family tickets £50 and £65 where applicable.  Check website for voucher codes.

Show is approximately 2 hours 15 minutes in duration, including a 20 minute interval.  Doors open 1 hour before the show starts.

For large group bookings please contact the Box Office 0121 240 0218 or 07401 595169.

Family friendly.  Licenced bar.  Tea/coffee refreshments and ice-cream.  Baby changing facilities.  Facilities for less-abled persons.  No age restrictions.  Persons under 2 years of age are free when seated on a paying adult’s lap but they still need a ticket.  Secure area available for prams and buggies.  Wheelchair spaces available (limited) – please contact the Box Office to check availability.  Strobe lighting may be used.  Please check with Box Office for details.