It'll be all White on the night for Radlett panto
A CAST clad in a range of colourful costumes have launched this year s Radlett Centre pantomime Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Audiences have been promised a spectacular show with plenty of traditional panto fun with songs and slapstick comedy between D
A CAST clad in a range of colourful costumes have launched this year's Radlett Centre pantomime Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Audiences have been promised a spectacular show with plenty of traditional panto fun with songs and slapstick comedy between December 12 and January 3.
It's being produced by Upstage Productions and will be their 11th panto at the venue.
The well-loved pantomime dame will be played by Gavin Ashbarry, while Julie Matheson will act out the heroine alongside her dashing prince played by Michael Anderson.
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Rob Copeland will add a touch of humour as Muddles, while Lucy Williamson and Barry Clark will bring about the "boos" as the wicked queen and her bumbling henchman, Boris.
The all important Dwarfs will be played by local youngsters, who successfully auditioned to take part in the show during September.
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There will normally be two performances a day, including Christmas Eve and Boxing Day.
Tickets, which are on sale now and cost between �13 and �16, can be purchased from the box office on 01923 859291.