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Mirror Mirror – New Wolsey Studio. Ipswich

Writer: The Brothers Grimm Adaptor: Wendy Rouse and Amanda Wilde Director: Amanda Wilde Reviewer: Molly Richardson Mirror Mirror is a new version of the beloved fairy tale, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, a tale that’s been passed through the generations and adapted time after time. Poor Snow White’s mother has sadly passed, and she’s stuck with her wicked Step ...

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Snow White – Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock

snow white and the seven dwarfs

Writer: Alan McHugh Director: David Goodal Choreographer: Martin McLaughlin Reviewer: Fraser MacDonal Pantomime perfection is often striven for but rarely achieved. In a wee theatre in Greenock on a snowy December night, Snow White confirms that it’s not always the biggest shows that are the best. The recipe for success mixes a tried-and-tested storyline, a killer script and a whole ...

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Stepmother/ Stepfather – Pavilion Dance South West, Bournemouth

Choreographer: Arthur Pita  Director: Arthur Pita Reviewer: Sophie Huggins While fairy tale folklore usually evokes feelings of familiar, reminiscent childhood, there is something not quite so innocent in Arthur Pita’s double bill of subverted storytelling. In collaboration with HeadSpaceDance, the audience is seduced into a dark, physically engaged world where all is not as it seems. Split into two parts, ...

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – Theatre Royal, Plymouth

Writers: Jonathan Kiley and Alan McHugh Director: Jonathan Kiley Reviewer: Hannah Stamp Pantomime season rolls around once again and no expense has been spared in producing a glittering ensemble of stunning costumes and scenery to bring this fairy tale to life. However, while the production is certainly a feast for the eyes, it fails to produce the same delight for ...

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Snow White – Liverpool Empire

Writer: Eric Potts Director: Jane Joseph Reviewer: John Roberts With Snow White, Jane Joseph has found a magical mix of music and merriment to bring the massive Empire Theatre alive this Christmas. It might not be as fast paced as last year’s production of Dick Whittington, but it certainly strikes gold. Snow White may not be full of the biggest ...

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Snow White – Oxford Playhouse

Snow White and the apple

Director and Choreographer: Liv Lorent Music: Murray Gold Reviewer:Katy Roberts The cautionary tale of Snow White is told anew in this new production from Newcastle contemporary dance company, balletLORENT. Reworked for the stage in a scenario written by former Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy, this is not your traditional sugar-coated, happily-ever-after. Duffy and director Liv Lorent look to the original ...

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Snow White – Minetta Lane Theatre, New York

Director/Choreographer: Austin McCormick Reviewer: Jamie Rosler   Snow White is the final production in Company XIV’s 2015-2016 season, and it has all the sparkle and spectacle that their audiences have come to expect from their work. Taking a story we know and turning it into a neo-burlesque visual fantasy is Austin McCormick’s forte, and he does not shy away from ...

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Ballet Lorent’s Snow White – Festival Theatre, Edinburgh

Production photo of balletLORENT's Snow White

Writer: Carol Ann Duffy Director: Liv Lorent Reviewer: Robert McMillan   The Festival Theatre stages a childhood classic reinvented by going back to its grim origins. Liv Lorent and Carol Ann Duffy present the story of Snow White, both recognisable and yet foreign to its audience. Many years after becoming a widow, the Queen (Caroline Reece) sets out to seek ...

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