Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs Panto – Basingstoke Hampshire – Review

Disclaimer: Tickets received for review

Theatre is very much part of our family Christmas. So we were excited to get the opportunity to see Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at The Anvil, Basingstoke.

Leading lady Dani Harmer played a charming Snow White, and the Dwarfs were brilliant!

The Anvil, Basingstoke. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Christmas Pantomime 2018. Photograph By: Sean Dillow. www.TheBigCheesePhotography.co.uk

Supported by jester Muddles (Chris Pizzey) whose comedy double act with pantomime dame Dolly (Jamie Steen) had us in fits of giggles. There were jokes for children and more subtle ones for adults too. Some were hilarious and others verging on naughty! The slapstick nature of the comedy is all part of a traditional pantomime though, and it was fabulous!

I could write a whole review of the fabulous costumes, Dolly’s wardrobe alone was spectacular! Causing much laughter and chatter from the audience.

The Anvil, Basingstoke. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Christmas Pantomime 2018. Photograph By: Sean Dillow. www.TheBigCheesePhotography.co.uk

The Wicked Witch played by Kirsty Sparks, was for me the star of the show. Her voice was superb as she effortlessly tackled versions of Queen’s “Killer Queen” and Brittany Spears “Toxic”. She was scary as the Wicked Queen without being too terrifying – ideal if you have a younger child with you!

The Anvil, Basingstoke. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Christmas Pantomime 2018. Photograph By: Sean Dillow. www.TheBigCheesePhotography.co.uk

The pantomime is great family fun, my 4 year old did struggle a little sitting through the show. But she has asked if we can go back to see Snow White again, so I think it was a success!  

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