Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-on-Sea
Fri 9 - Sat 31 December 2022
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, don’t miss the fairest pantomime of them all!
Starring Ashley Banjo & Diversity, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs will be spectacularly brought to life with an abundance of comedy, sensational song and dance numbers, fabulous costumes and stunning scenery. Throw in a magical mirror, seven friendly dwarfs, a beautiful princess, a handsome prince and plenty of audience participation and you have the perfect recipe to outwit the Wicked Queen and let love prevail in this glittering festive treat for all ages.
Book your tickets today, or you won’t be able to look yourself in the mirror!
With over 40,000 theatregoers attending pantomime at Cliffs Pavillion each festive season, it’s never too early to book for next year’s show!
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is brought to you by the world’s biggest pantomime producer, Crossroads Pantomimes.
With generous discounts for groups, concessions and special rates for schools available for selected performances, book your tickets today.
Featuring special effects, plenty of audience participation and a chance for audiences to come together and share the magic of live theatre. May contain strobe lighting effects.
|Red Performances||£41, £38, £24, Super Seats: £46||No Concessions|
|Blue Performances||£39, £37, £20, Super Seats: £44||£3 off (exc Super Seats)|
A £3.65 transaction fee may apply to your order.
Concessions: Over 60, under 16, unemployed, full-time students, L.I. Adv holders.
2 full price and 2 concessions - Save up to £17 on blue performances!
Group Discounts available on Blue Performances
|Groups 10-19||£4.50 off per ticket|
|Groups 20+||£6 off per ticket|
11.00am Sat 31 December 2022
Tickets: £20This relaxed performance is suitable for customers with learning difficulties, autistic spectrum disorder or anyone who may benefit from a more flexible theatre experience, and their carers. Everyone is welcome but there is a relaxed attitude to noise and movement and elements of the show will be adapted, dampening the sensory overload without compromising quality.