With the panto season already in full swing, the North West’s biggest Christmas show is enjoying its most successful run to date, with SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS performing to huge audiences each day. This must-see production is currently running at the cityside venue until Saturday 5th January for a festive extravaganza that all the family will love.
Already proving to be a big hit with local children of all ages are Snow White’s tiny friends, The Seven Dwarfs, who are greeted at every performance with cheers of delight and rousing applause. And it seems that Derry is also a hit with them. Since moving to the city a few weeks ago, the group has enjoyed a warm welcome wherever they go and have settled well into their new home.
“We are having a fantastic time here,” says Scott English who plays ‘Loopy’. “Everyone is so friendly and we are enjoying being in Derry for the festive season, as well, of course, starring in such a professional production as the Forum’s annual pantomime. We are very much looking forward to seeing all the boys and girls having fun and enjoying themselves this Christmas.”
The Dwarfs are not the only attraction of this year’s panto at the Forum. Well-known funny-man, William Caulfield, in the role of the outrageous ‘Nurse Molly Coddle’, is also hugely popular this year.
SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS is currently running at the Millennium Forum until Saturday 5th January.
Telephone 71 264455 or visit www.millenniumforum.co.uk for bookings and reservations.