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Review: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Blackpool Grand Theatre
LAUGHTER was in the air at Blackpool’s Christmas panto starring East Lancashire’s Corrie star Vicky Entwistle.
With plenty of northern wit and Lancastrian humour wicked Queen Janice stole the show with her icy performance.
Muddles was the funny-man, played by BBC Radio Lancashire’s Steve Royal - a juggling jester entertaining Queen Janice, but the audience loved him much more.
Children were pleased to see ‘real’ dwarfs who took their size in their stride, being handled like puppets on stage.
And who can forget Snow White, who falls to her death after eating the poisoned apple Played by Jenni Jones from children’s TV programme, Hi5 the blonde beauty was well-liked by the little ones with her voice and kind presence on stage.
Snow White is a classic fairytale fantasy jam-packed with music and dance, fun and laughter and the set and costumes are just as colourful - providing audiences with beautiful backdrops and fabulous frocks.
Audience interaction is fabulous – oh yes it is!
Children are invited on stage to play amusing games and adults are just as amused.
So if you want family fun this season then head to see the classic story tale with a twist of Christmas fun.
*Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Blackpool Grand Theatre, Friday, December 2 2011 to Monday, January 2 2012.
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