Mirror, mirror on the wall – which is the best panto of them all? Why, it’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at Scarborough Spa of course.
The traditional family panto promises fun and laughter for all ages – with all the right ingredients and characters to make the show a festive treat to remember.
Presented once again by Tony Peers, this year’s production features fabulous sets, stunning costumes, fantastic dancers, a great script and a wonderful cast.
After her storming performances in the Spa’s summer shows, Louise Willoughby leads this year’s cast as Snow White and a number of old favourites return including Dale Ibbetson as Muddles, Ian Moore as Dame Clara and director of the show Linda Newport returns as the Wicked Queen.
There will also be performances from the youngsters of the Hatton School of Performing Arts who will support the main cast with songs, music and dance numbers
Scarborough Spa general manager Jo Ager said: “Year on year our pantomimes are loved by people young and old and we are looking forward to welcoming our panto-goers during the festive season.”
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs graces the Spa Theatre’s stage for 32 performances, including both afternoon and evening shows throughout the festive period from today until January 1.
Book tickets on (01723) 821 888.