For those dreaming of a White Christmas, the opening night of Chorley Little Theatre’s festive pantomime should be a real glittering occasion.
The team at Chorley Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society, who own and run the Dole Lane theatre, are raising the curtain tomorrow night on their seasonal treat which this year is their take on classic pantomime, Snow White.
This hugely popular show almost always sells out and already only a few seats remain for the whole run which continues until Saturday December 21.
Written by Tony Jordan and directed by CADOS chairman Ian Robinson, this traditional fairytale is packed with corny jokes, slapstick, songs and silliness in the best panto style.
With choreography from Hannah Liddle and Libby Burke and musical direction by Paul Carr, there is plenty of sparkling song and dance too.
As Princess Snow White comes of age, her wicked Stepmother finds she is no longer the fairest in the land and vows a terrible revenge.
But, with help from an adorable Dame, a dozy duo, some vertically-challenged miners and, of course, an obligatory passing Handsome Prince, she can defeat the wicked witch.
Limited tickets remain for opening night at £10 with family tickets at £35 from Malcolm’s Musicland on 01257 264362