Fun-filled Snow White to be performed at the Regal Theatre, Stowmarket, for Christmas

Queen Evilyn and Snow White. SODS will perform Snow White at the Regal Theatre this Christmas.

Queen Evilyn and Snow White. SODS will perform Snow White at the Regal Theatre this Christmas. - Credit: Archant

Snow White will be performed by Stowmarket Operatic and Dramatic Society (SODS) as their fun-filled Christmas pantomime this year.

Prince Valiant, Sir Nick and Nanny in rehearsal. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Prince Valiant, Sir Nick and Nanny in rehearsal. Picture: CONTRIBUTED - Credit: Archant

The classic fairy tale will be faithfully retold with a few new characters at the Regal Theatre in Stowmarket from December 6-10.

Audiences will meet Nanny Nutcracker (Nigel Lungley), her son Muddles (Callum Limer) and the kitchen help, Ivy (Carrie Chadwick), along with several other Maids-a-dancing and maybe even a Lord-a-leaping.

Can Fairy Fruitcake (Sarah Roberts) and her forest friends help our hero, Prince Valiant (John Ingerslev), defeat Queen Evilyn (Nyiesha Austin) and her side-kick Ragwing (Louis Warner) to save the Princess?

Full of festive capers and cheery Christmas tunes, Snow White will be packed full of fun.

Fairy Fruitcake and Queen Evilyn in dress rehearsal. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Fairy Fruitcake and Queen Evilyn in dress rehearsal. Picture: CONTRIBUTED - Credit: Archant


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Tickets are priced at £13 for adults, £11.50 for concessions. Special offer for opening night: Tickets all £10 (offer open until 1st December).

Contact The Regal Theatre Box Office on 01449 612825 or book online by clicking here.

Prince Valiant and Nanny. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Prince Valiant and Nanny. Picture: CONTRIBUTED - Credit: Archant

Ragwing and dancers in rehearsal. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Ragwing and dancers in rehearsal. Picture: CONTRIBUTED - Credit: Archant

Nanny and muddles. Picture: CONTRIBUTED,

Nanny and muddles. Picture: CONTRIBUTED, - Credit: Archant

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