Home » News » Snow White pantomime to stream until 10 Jan

Snow White & the seven months of lockdown

Snow White pantomime to stream until 10 Jan

King’s Head Theatre and Charles Court Opera’s smash hit online pantomime, Snow White in the Seven Months of Lockdown, will now be available to watch on demand until midnight on Sunday 10th January.

Originally due to close last weekend, viewers now have a whole extra week to catch the enduring mix of toe-tapping music, side-splitting gags and fantastic fun from the comfort of their living rooms in this cheeky and inventive take on the age-old story of Snow White.

Since it went live in mid-December, critics have lined up to praise the show’s witty script and exceptional performances and this weekend it received an OnComm award from the Offies, which recognises exceptional Off West End theatre presented online.

The production stars John Savournin as Mrs Snow White, and features the voices of ‘League of Gentlemen’ and ’Sherlock’ star Mark Gatiss and his real-life partner, Ian Hallard (The Boys in the Band).

The cast also features Jennie Jacobs as The Wicked Queen, Matthew Kellett as The Seven Dwarfs, Emily Cairns as The Prince of Pretzel, Meriel Cunningham as The Prince’s Valet and Marcus Fraser as The Voice of Barry White.

The show is written and directed by Savournin with original songs, arrangements and sound by David Eaton, choreography by David Hulston, set design by George Johnson-Leigh, costume design by Holly Pigott and lighting by Ben Pickersgill.

(c) Ali Wright. LtoR John Savournin, Matthew Kellett & Meriel Cunningham
(c) Ali Wright. LtoR Meriel Cunningham, Matthew Kellett, John Savournin, Jennie Jacobs & Emily Cairns.
Jennie Jacobs
(c) Ali Wright. Jennie Jacobs

Featuring interactive viewers-choice moments, and with adult-only and family friendly versions available to stream on the device of your choosing, this unique panto experience is the perfect way to see in the New Year.

Tickets are available at: https://panto.kingsheadtheatre.com/home


Scroll to Top