About Snow White
Dawn French stars alongside returning London Palladium pantomime royalty Julian Clary, Paul Zerdin, Nigel Havers and Gary Wilmot joined by Strictly Come Dancing’s Vincent & Flavia in Snow White, London’s must-see panto. Plus West End and Broadway star Charlie Stemp returns, alongside Over The Rainbow’s Danielle Hope.
From the same team behind last year’s Olivier Award-winning pantomime, Snow White will feature all the sparkle, scale and spectacle London has come to expect from the West End’s most lavish festive production in a show packed full of laughter, music, special effects and theatrical magic.
Let the magic begin and secure your seats now for Snow White at the London Palladium, the fairest pantomime of them all.
Snow White at the London Palladium is recommended for a general audience. As an advisory to adults bringing young pantogoers, the production may contain some innuendo and adult intimation which may not be appropriate for everyone.
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Nothing says Christmas like a glass of mulled wine and a trip to see a traditional British pantomime. After winning the 2018 Olivier Award for Best Entertainment and Family for “Dick Whittington,” Qdos Entertainment is back with another festive treat. With an all-star cast, this year’s spectacular production at the London Palladium is set to be the fairest of them all.
Dawn French makes her pantomime debut as The Wicked Queen, joined by the legendary Julian Clary as The Man in the Mirror, returning to the Palladium after his unforgettable performance as the Spirit of the Bells in last year’s show. Fresh from Broadway, don’t miss your chance to catch Charlie Stemp (“Half a Sixpence,” “Hello Dolly!”) before he takes on the role of Bert in the West End revival of “Mary Poppins.” Along with Gary Wilmot (“Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,” “The Wind in the Willows”) and ventriloquist Paul Zerdin, the hilarious Nigel Havers is back to play his biggest role yet…The Understudy. With more sparkles, singalongs, and special effects than ever, the London Palladium is the place to be to get into the Christmas spirit.
What To Watch For
- Last year’s show featured a flying double decker bus, a huge floating ship, and a giant animatronic rat. With a set design by Ian Westbrook, expect extravagant glitter, colour, and incredible special effects!
- After her 2016 one-woman show “30 Million Minutes” at the Vaudeville Theatre, Dawn French (“The Vicar of Dibley,” “French and Saunders”) is back in the West End to make her pantomime debut.
- Although the cast follow a 77-page script, be prepared for some improvised comedy along the way. You’ll never see the same show twice!
Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted.