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Review: Snow White at the Sub Rooms


Review by Mia Ashcroft

Pantomimes have never been my thing. I avoided the forced laughs, sing-a-longs and cringing in my seat at all costs. But let me tell you, The Sub Rooms panto is a game-changer – it’s quickly become a family tradition that I look forward to every Christmas. And like every year, I laughed until I cried… then I actually cried.

I was apprehensive en route to see Snow White, wondering how it could possibly top PJD productions previous shows at The Sub Rooms. To my delight, it did. 

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As always, ‘Prince Pleasing’ and the Huntsman were the ultimate tag team, stealing the spotlight with their hilarious chemistry and (very) close-to-the-bone banter. They had the entire ballroom roaring with laughter, often.

Equally, and to my relief, Snow White was far more interesting than your average (and usually insufferable) Disney princess – with killer vocals and a quirky sense of humor… The dancers from Ballyhoo Dance School were fantastic as always, bringing high energy and a warm sense of community. 

It’s modern, current, and quite simply hilarious. I say it every year but Phil Dale, Creative Director of PJD productions and writer of the production is an actual genius. 

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This trip was the perfect catalyst for some Christmas spirit and festive cheer. I left feeling giddy and entertained. 

So if pantos aren’t your thing, I urge you to give this one a go – you’ll look forward to it every year from here on out!

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