Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs January 2005

The Queen enters beauty contests constantly – and wins, but when her mirror chooses Snow White she sends the guards to kill her young rival.

The guards release Snow White in the forest, but the mirror tells the truth and they are sent to finish the job. They find Snow White protected by the dwarfs and hatch a plan to get her away. They plan to get her voted out of the ‘Little Brother’ house and into their clutches, but the dwarfs are having none of it.

The Queen loses patience and does the job herself, using a poisoned apple. She knows nothing about the handsome prince who is beginning a quest to find his princess in the forest.

The King’s privately built spacecraft is almost ready, and made giddy by the promises of universal fame awaiting the first pilot, the Queen snatches the helmet from Guard2 and rockets off into the void. He is left holding the Craft Course Reversal Mechanism, (the steering wheel!)

The Prince saves Snow White from the deadly fruit’s thrall and takes her back to the palace where the King abdicates and the new King and Queen embark on a long reign full of joy and justice.



Queen Malevolent – Christine Suggars

The Spirit Of The Mirror – Kay Goodman

Lord Chamberlain – Lol Smith

Handy Andy – Don McKay

Snow White – Sian Francis

Dame Doitall – Neil Oliver

Prince Rupert – Terri Lalonde

Huntsman – George Kelly

Sir Nicholas – Les Roberts

Owls – Cheryl Wagstaff / Katie Larkins

Monkey – Sarah Roberts

Chorus/Ladies & Gentlemen of the Court – Lynda Collins, Sylvie Townsend, Julie Allwright, Les Roberts, George Kelly, Val Linnell, Peggy Maggs

Chief – Jessica Hart / Gemma Adams

Growler – Daniel Francis / Oliver Roberts

Timid – James Russell / Mary Lundie

Smilie – Abigail Donnachie / Phoebe Webber

Snoozy – Holly Eida / Ben Clare

Dozy – Kirsten Mason / Billy Mahoney

Sniffles – Hayley Russell / Molly Mahoney

Dancers & animals of the forest – Yvette Coker & School of Dance



Director  – Phil Collins