‘’Mirror, mirror on the wall – when will we learn who is to be the fairest of them all?’’

East Riding Mums your in for a treat, the Pantomime ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ is magical and stars the Geordie Shore heart throb, Scotty Timlin as the handsome role of Prince Charming.  The show is set on the former Tetley Brewery grounds in Leeds throughout December until January the 1st. White Rose Theatre have promised the pantomime will be a spectacle of pure enchantment spectacle unlike any seen before in West Yorkshire.

The Pop-up tent truly is a very exciting set to see from outside and in, with tea-cup rides, Candy Floss and Food stalls and a Double Decker bus serves as a bar for the grown-ups to enjoy.

The stage presence of Scotty T certainly makes the crowds roar with excitement as he sings and dances his part very well and romances Snow White to a happy ending. I’ve never seen a Pantomime before so full of stars such as Louis Emerick and Tupele Dorgu as the wicked step mother. Appearances from Rainbow characters through out made the children very entertained as so many adults. Jimmy Cricket really did make the show for me, he had the audience is tears with jokes and his festive humour. With sparkling appearances from Soheila Clifford as the Magic fairy helped poor Snow White on her way to help find the prince. Ken Dodd is the face of the Wicked Step-Mothers mirror and was fun to see he was part of the show technically through digital imagery. Songs and truly mesmerizing dances all made the show very fun to watch and Snow White performances along with the very cute Seven Dwarfs were fantastic.

A highlight of the show was to see Scotty T creep up behind the back of the theatre and pop out in the the middle of the audience as he made his way through the crowds onto the stage. All the audience screamed with excitement as they watched him run through the theatre with his dashing sword in his hands. A treat for the whole family with audience participation through songs and laughter and competitions for children to take part on stage. Have a very Merry Christmas from East Riding Mums and hope you find Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs a treat for this year.

For tickets, head over to or call the Box Office on 0113 870 7769. Tickets can also be booked by calling into Jumbo Records in St Johns Centre, Leeds


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