Sheffield City Hall will be transformed into a fairytale woodland complete with red apples, seven dancing dwarf characters and a medley of hi-hos for its latest pantomime.
The Manor Operatic Society is bringing the classic fairytale story of Snow White to the City Hall from 27th December to 5th January.
The Guardian has a family ticket to give away for the matinee performance on Saturday 28th December, at 2pm.
The whole family is being invited to come along to watch Snow White battle against the haggard witch to stop her evil plan to kill the fairest maid in the land.
First established back in the 1950’s at St Swithuns Church on the Manor Estate, the society created their first ever pantomime production in 1970 and have produced a show every year since then. Later in 1986, they became the resident pantomime of Sheffield City Hall. The society’s aim has always been to produce affordable family entertainment. Their fantastic cast of experienced performers, promise a pantomime to truly remember, with fantastic scenery, dazzling costumes and lots of family fun.
Tickets vary from £15 to £9. Matinee performances begin at 2pm, and evening performances start at 6.15pm or 7pm. Call the box office on 01142 789789.
To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following question.
Q) How many dwarfs are in Snow White?
Mark your answer ‘Snow White competition’ and email your entry to email@example.com or send it by post to The Worksop Guardian, 21-27 Ryton Street, Worksop, Notts S80 2AY. The closing date for entries is Friday 20th December. Remember to include a daytime phone number. Normal Guardian competition rules apply.