Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Pantomime at the Bournemouth Pavilion – Mumbler Review
We have been invited by the Bournemouth Pavilion to come and see the opening show of the pantomime Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs.
Mirror, mirror on the wall… What’s the greatest panto of them all? Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs at Bournemouth’s Pavilion of course…
The legendary Su Pollard will be playing the role of Wicked Queen in this year’s production of Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs. Rest assured, she is bringing her own brand of wicked humour to the production.
Poor Snow White is doomed to live unhappily ever after with her horrid stepmother, the Wicked Queen. In true rags-to-riches style, Snow White manages, with the help of her madcap friend Muddles, to meet a handsome Prince and make her dreams come true.
With a beautiful princess, a jealous Wicked Queen, seven bumbling dwarfs, a naughty nurse, a hilarious jester and not forgetting a poisoned apple and a magic mirror, it’s not to be missed!
Bursting with great songs, stunning dance routines and plenty of laughter, this is a truly magical treat for all the family. This festive extravaganza is on sale now so book your seats today to see Bournemouth’s must-see Christmas show in 2023.
What a fantastic way to spend a gloomy Sunday afternoon in the luxurious Pavilion Theatre in Bournemouth, watching the Snow White and the seven Dwarfs Pantomime. With a Stella cast, fantastic choreography, hilarious characters and a on stage water pistol showdown.
With Su Pollard as the very Whicked Queen bringing an air of Evil mixed with fun to the show the laughs fall very much at the feet of Noel Brodie as Muddles and Jamie Steen as Dame Dilly Donut and they did not disappoint. Did we have an absolute ball? OH yes we did.
Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs Pantomime is running until the 31. December and tickets start from £17. Its the perfect panto to get you into the festive mood in the run up before Christmas!