Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs
Enchanted Entertainment presents: Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs
Mirror, Mirror on the wall… What’s the greatest panto of them all? It’s Snow and the Seven Dwarfs at the Tyne Theatre & Opera House…
Featuring the songs “Heigh-Ho” and “Whistle While You Work” from the movie!
The pantomime features an all-star cast as well as ‘Back By Popular Demand!’ the hilarious Charlie Richmond as Muddles, and of course, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs themselves!!!
Join us for the most magical pantomime ever told, where poor Snow White is doomed to live UN-happily ever after with her horrid stepmother the Wicked Queen. In a true rags to riches story Snow White manages, with the help of her madcap friend Muddles, to meet a handsome Prince and make all her dreams come true.
A pantomime bursting with great songs, fantastic dance routines and plenty of laughter, this is a tremendous treat for all the family you won’t want to miss!
Ticket prices frozen until August 2017!
So Heigh-Ho… Heigh-Ho… It’s off to panto we go!
All-star cast to be announced in the New Year!
Stalls & Grand Circle: £22 adults, £20 concessions, £79 family ticket (stalls & grand circle only, not available Christmas Eve)
Upper Circle: £16 adults, £14 concessions
Groups 10+ get 1 free
Schools: £10 (Buy 10, get 2 free)
Youth Groups: £12 (Buy 10, get 1 free *except Christmas Eve)
DANCE AUDITION FAQ’s
Do we need to do anything before the day of the audition to register interest? No, parents will be asked to fill out a form upon arrival.
Are the dance positions paid? No, this is casting for ensemble dancers and these positions are unpaid.
My child is currently 10 but will be 11 in the Summer. Would she take part in the 8-10 or 11-13 age group? The general rule is children must audition for the age group they will be at the start of the show. So if they are still 10 during the auditions but will be 11 when the show takes place, they would take part in the age 11-13 auditions.
Can we audition as a dance school? This is an open audition so every child is judged as an individual, rather than a group. Though if the children arrive at the same time on the day, then it is very likely they will be auditioned at the same time.
How will the auditions run on the day? The children will learn a short dance routine altogether and then have to dance in smaller groups to be judged. It will feel more like a dance workshop than an audition – no children will be told on the day if they have been successful or not.
Are there any costs associated with the auditions? No, they are basically a free dance workshop.
Will any singing or acting be required? No, only dance.
What will the rehearsal schedule for dancers be? Rehearsals will be every Sunday from the end of October onward (10am – 4pm). Also, once the cast begin to rehearse in December there will be additional evening and weekend rehearsals – to be arranged. We will be handing out an information leaflet on the day of the auditions with further details about the show and rehearsals.
My daughter will be 17 by the time of the panto, is she too old? There is no upper age limit to audition, so anyone older than 14 can audition in the 14+ age group.
Can boys audition too? Yes, both boys and girls can audition.
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