TYPE OF SCRIPT: Full length
CHARACTERS (M/F): 19 (doubling possible)
RUNNING TIME: 120 mins (approx)
FIRST PERFORMED: 2004, 2015
SCRIPT SAMPLE [download available soon]
SET: Various, designed for flexible staging
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In this traditional family pantomime, with a modern twist or two, Princess Snow White joins a cast of colourful characters, including Witchypoo the castle cook, her stupid sons Hoppit and Cliroff, and Trixabelle the fairy godmother.
Can they stop King Elvis’ marriage to the beautiful, but dastardly Queen Arachnida? Can the dwarves – Humpy, Grumpy, Stumpy, Lumpy, Rumpy, Pumpy and Bob – protect the princess? Will Prince Valentino arrive in time to save his one true love from a fate worse than death? This fast paced adventure, with music, song and dance, is fun for all the family!
“I just got chatting with Fatima, who runs the castle gift shop, and she was saying that there’s some disturbing rumours about Queen Asbestos. Now I’m not one to gossip, but it turns out she’s been married twice before, and both kings died in mysterious circumstances. All very eyebrow-raising, if you know what I mean.”
WITCHYPOO: The Castle Cook
HOPPIT & CLIROFF: Her stupid sons
SNOW WHITE: A beautiful Princess
TRINNIE, MINNIE & WINNIE: Snow White’s ladies’ maids
KING ELVIS: Snow White’s confused and confuddled father
QUEEN ARACHNIDA: His new wife, wicked, beautiful and vain
TRIXABELLE: The fairy godmother
HUMPY, FRUMPY, LUMPY, STUMPY, RUMPY, PUMPY & BOB: The Seven Dwarves
QUEEN PRISCILLA: King Elvis’ long lost wife
PRINCE VALENTINO: A roving prince, looking for love and a date with destiny
Seventeen scenes take place between: the Kitchen, Garden, Corridor and Throne Room of Graceland Castle; the Dwarves’ Cottage and a Glade, both in the Enchanted Forest.
SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARVES is a hilarious, full-length pantomime by the award-winning playwright Alexander Vail, commissioned in 2004, then revised and updated for a 2015 production. A fun tale for all the family, filled with characters to be booed and cheered, the show is loved by audiences of all ages. Containing all the classic panto moments, with very modern flourishes, the first production delighted packed houses in both sold-out runs.
SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARVES was first performed at Beckenham Theatre in December 2004.
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