Panto stars put on a performance

By Rob George Friday 28 September 2012 Updated: 28/09 14:47

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THE CAST of this year’s Swan Theatre pantomime took to the streets of Worcester at the weekend to spread the word about this year’s festive offering.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs will be staged at the theatre from December 4 to January 6 and Snow White, Prince Valliant, Queen Grizelda and all the seven dwarfs caused a stir as they walked down the city’s High Street.

The story follows innocent and cheerful Snow White as she flees to the forest to live with the seven dwarfs in a bid to escape her stepmother, the wicked Queen Grizelda.

Fiona McGregor, who is playing Snow White this year, said: “Snow White is such an iconic figure it’s fantastic to see the children’s faces light up when I talk to them.”

Tickets are on sale now from the Worcester Live box office at Huntingdon Hall, CrownGate Shopping Centre or by calling 01905 611427. Visittheswantheatre.co.uk.

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