Popular pantomime gets Lowestoft Mayor’s seal of approval
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Lowestoft's big family pantomime, Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs, had a special visitor last night.
The town's new Mayor, Stephen Ardley, made a special visit with his wife Maria to watch the show at the Marina Theatre on Saturday night before heading backstage after the performance to meet some of the cast.
The mayor said: 'The show is absolutely fabulous, colourful, funny, packed with audience participation and some wonderful music. We have had a fabulous time and with such a talented cast I can see why the show is already breaking box office records.'
After the show the Mayor met some of the principle cast members, including Blood Brothers star Denise Nolan – who is playing the Wicked Queen – Snow White, played by Georgia Phillips, and Jon Moses, who stars as the Prince.
A spokesman for the panto added: 'The cast were delighted to welcome the mayor of Lowestoft on Saturday evening and pleased that he and the mayoress took the time to come backstage after the show and thank everyone for their efforts.'
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? Snow White runs at the Marina Theatre until January 3. For more information or to book seats call the Marina box office on 01502 533200 or visit www.marinatheatre.co.uk
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