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PUBLISHED: 19:30 18 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:10 13 November 2018

Snow White cast at The Regent. Picture: ELLA WILKINSON

Snow White cast at The Regent. Picture: ELLA WILKINSON

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From trouser malfunctions to falling over in front of hundreds, the Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs cast disclose their most shameful showbiz moments.

The cast of this years Christmas pantomime at The Regent is full of familiar faces including Atomic Kitten Natasha Hamiliton, X-Factor’s Stevi Ritchie, Britain’s Got Talent Matt Pagan, presenter Mike McClean and BBC Radio Suffolk’s Wayne Bavin.

Playing the all important role of Snow White is local actress Harriet Bacon.

Harriet secured the part after two-days of intense auditions where she managed to wow the judging panel which consisted of producer Guy Pascall, Matt Pagan and Stevi Ritchie.

Read more: Actress who will play Snow White in Ipswich panto is revealed

Wicked Queen Natasha, Prince Matt Pagan, Henchman Stevi Ritchie, and Snow White Harriet explain their most embarrassing on-stage moments with us. Watch the video above to hear all the details.Wicked Queen Natasha, Prince Matt Pagan, Henchman Stevi Ritchie, and Snow White Harriet explain their most embarrassing on-stage moments with us. Watch the video above to hear all the details.

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