Snow White

Following the success of Dick Whittington last year and Cinderella the year before, pantomime returns to the London Palladium again this year with Snow White for a limited five week run . It is again produced by Qdos Entertainment, the world’s biggest pantomime producer.

Dawn French will be making her panto debut as the Evil Queen. She will be joined by Charlie Stemp as Prince Charming and Danielle Hope as Snow White with stalwarts  Julian Clary as the Man in the Mirror,  Nigel Havers as the Understudy, Paul Zerdin/Muddles with Gary Wilmot again playing dame as Mrs Crumble. A top class tango should be guaranteed with the King and Queen being played by ex Strictly professional dance champions Vincent  Simone and Flavia Cacace. Snow White’s Seven lttle helpers will be played by Josh Bennett, Simeon Dyer, Craig Garner, Leigh Gill, Ben Goffe, Jamie John and Blake Lisle.

They will be joined by ensemble members Faye Best, Myles Brown, Darragh Cowley, Ivan De Freitas, Scott English, Liz Ewing, Ross Finnie, Diana Girbau, Matt Holland, Abigayle Honeywill, Stevie Hutchinson, Jemima Loddy, Megan Louch, Mollie McGugan, James Paterson, Leanne Pinder, Oliver Roll, Jordan Rose, Aaron J Smith, Lucie-Mae Sumner, Carrie Sutton, Grant Thresh and Charlotte Wilmot along with The Palladium Pantoloons.

Snow White is a beautiful girl who takes refuge in the forest in the house of seven dwarfs to hide from her evil stepmother - the wicked Queen who is jealous because she wants to be known as "the fairest in the land," and the mirror on the wall tells her that Snow White is he most beautiful.. The dwarfs love their visitor, who cleans their house and cooks their meals. But one day while they are at their diamond mine, the Queen arrives at the cottage disguised as an old peddler woman and persuades Snow White to bite into a poisoned apple. The dwarfs, warned by the forest animals, rush home to chase the witch away, but they are too late to save Snow White from the poisoned apple. They place her in a glass coffin in the woods when the handsome Prince, who has fallen in love with Snow White, passes by and wakes her from the wicked Queen's deathlike spell with "love's first kiss."

Snow White will be directed by Michael Harrison with sets by Ian Westbrook, costumes by Hugh Durrant, lighting by Ben cracknell, music by Gary Hind and Special Effects by The TwinsFX.



London Palladium
Argyll Street, London, W1F 7TF

Tube : Oxford Circus
Train:   Charing Cross
buses to Her Majesty's Theatre
1, 3, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 15, 16A, 23, 25, 53, 73
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Infra-red system with headsets. Induction loop at Box Office. Headsets available in foyer.
Guide dogs are permitted inside the auditorium
Please contact the Theatre Manager on arrival. Access is via the Box Office (ramp) at the front of the theatre in Argyll Street and then by wheelchair lift down to the Stalls bar. Alternative entrance off Ramillies Place, at the back of the theatre. Four spaces for wheelchair users at L46, O48, Q48 and S49. Companions can sit in same row. Transfer seating available to aisle seats.
Adapted toilet on the right inside entrance in Ramillies Place.  Access also from the stalls bar.