IT has been another tough year but we can all enjoy panto season together with hope, laughter and a happily ever after thanks to Snow White at Parr Hall.
Warrington’s much-loved festive family show was cancelled at the beginning of 2021 due to the pandemic but the organisers are determined to come back bigger and better this January.
So it’s off to work they go. Culture Warrington is again teaming up with Tony Peers Ltd to present a spectacular and hilarious version of the classic fairytale for all ages.
Snow White will retell the classic story with fabulous costumes, dazzling song and dance numbers and stunning scenery brought to you by the team behind 2020’s enchanting Cinderella.
When the Magic Mirror declares Snow White to be the fairest in the land, it sends her stepmother, the Wicked Queen, into a jealous rage. In her attempt to escape, Snow White meets seven new friends deep in the forest who help her to combat the evil forces at work.
Can the Wicked Queen be defeated? Join the Snow White, the handsome Prince and seven friendly dwarfs to find out.
Producer Tony Peers said: “We’re thrilled to be back after what has been a very long and difficult time for so many people. Live theatre has been greatly missed over the past 18 months and we cannot wait to bring laughter and magic to Warrington in the New Year with Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs.”
Snow White is at Parr Hall between January 7 and 16 January. Tickets are from £10.50. Visit parrhall.culturewarrington.org/whats-on/snow-white
Pictures, by John Baldwin, show Sarah Dare as Snow White, Callum Marshall as the Prince and Sara Nelson as the Wicked Queen.