The PALACE Theatre panto has been hailed a ‘wicked’ productions, packed with magic and fun for all the family over the festive season.
Snow White opened at the beginning of December and runs until January 3, meaning there are just days to catch it.
When the wicked queen’s magic mirror declares that Snow White is the fairest in the land the evil queen is overcome with jealousy and plans to do away with the beautiful princess.
Snow White and her seven little friends from the enchanted forest attempt to defeat the evil queen’s plans.
Will Snow White meet her handsome Prince and live happily ever after?
The festive show, by Paul Holman Associates, features beautiful scenery, colourful costumes, amazing special effects and, of course, lots and lots of laughs.
The role of the prince is played by Lee Latchford-Evans from the award-winning pop group Steps.
The singer, actor and fitness instructor has made his Redditch panto debut, and his 12th pantomime appearance to date.
Britain’s Got Talent finalist Andrew Fleming, who charmed audiences with his comedy impressions and loveable characterisation of the pantomime fool, makes a welcome return to play Muddles.
Simon Howe is also back this year as Dame Dolly Dolittle.
The tap-dancing dame is a master at encouraging audience participation and, with his winning combination of warmth and wit, he will be stirring up laughter levels hitting maximum once more.
Visit redditchpalacetheatre.co.uk for performance times, tickets and more information.