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Kids’ give Doncaster Civic panto Snow White the thumbs-up

(l-r) Nigel Peever, as The Royal Tax Collector, Sophie Gaudie, as Fairy Snowflake, Leah Murphy, as Snow White, James Percy, as Muddles, Kay Purcell, as Queen Grizelda, and Captain and Clumsy are the dwarfs in the Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs production at Civic Theatre. Picture: Andrew Roe

(l-r) Nigel Peever, as The Royal Tax Collector, Sophie Gaudie, as Fairy Snowflake, Leah Murphy, as Snow White, James Percy, as Muddles, Kay Purcell, as Queen Grizelda, and Captain and Clumsy are the dwarfs in the Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs production at Civic Theatre. Picture: Andrew Roe

LIVE REVIEW

THEATRE

Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs

Civic Theatre, Doncaster (until January 6)

WE really like going to the panto each year – it is one of the best things about Christmas.

This year the show in Doncaster was about Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and it was really good.

We went with our daddy and grandma and grandad and we had really good seats so we could see everything.

The show started with lots of dancing and singing and then we got to see Snow White (Leah Murhpy). She was very pretty. We liked the dwarfs - especially Rapper. They all had funny voices and made us laugh.

Our favourite character was Muddles (James Percy). He was really funny and did some good jokes. And we liked the magic mirror too (a video appearance by Ken Dodd) because we have seen him on TV and he’s funny with mad hair.

The Wicked Queen (Kay Purcell) was from Tracy Beaker and the scene with the ghost was really funny. We liked the bit too where the bag kept falling on the Tax Collector (Nigel Peever’s) head. Everyone was really laughing at that.

But the best bit was when Muddles got everyone to dance Gangnam Style in the theatre. We were all dancing and everyone was going mad.

Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs is a really good panto and we both really liked it. If you want to go and see a good show this Christmas that will make you laugh you should go to the Civic Theatre.

* Luc Burke-Lejeune, 8, Alexei Burke-Lejeune, 6.

 

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