A truly wicked pantomime comes to King George’s Hall next Christmas.
Meet the beautiful Snow White and her seven little friends from the enchanted forest as they attempt to defeat the evil Wicked Queen who is overcome with jealousy when her magic mirror declares that Snow White is the fairest in all the land. Will Snow White meet her handsome Prince and live happily ever after?
There’s only one way to find out…Don’t miss this year’s spectacular pantomime featuring a superb cast, live band, brilliant scenery and costumes, amazing special effects and lots of laughs.
Christmas Pantomime Postponement: Given the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, King George’s Hall has made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 pantomime Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs until 2021.
This decision has not been easy to make. We have carefully considered what social distancing means for our theatre, alongside the financial risk for us and our partners, and we believe that this is the best course of action to ensure that we survive into 2021 to continue serving our communities.
We will contact all current ticket holders to transfer their tickets to an equivalent performance in 2021. Our Box Office team are working reduced hours so we politely ask bookers to refrain from contacting us by phone at this time. We assure all customers that we will contact them directly within the next few weeks.
Councillor Damian Talbot, Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council’s Executive Member for Leisure and Culture, said: “We want audiences to leave our venues during the Christmas season having had a magical and brilliant experience. In the current circumstances, we feel that families and schools would not be able to interact with the actors on stage and enjoy pantomime in the way we want you too. Postponing until next year feels like the most sensible option for the well-being of our customers, staff and performers.”
Neil Dagnall, Venues Operations Manager added: “We would like to thank all our customers for their patience, continued understanding and support in these difficult circumstances. We have spent this period of closure refurbishing our spaces and we look forward to welcoming you safely back to King George’s Hall soon.”