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Meet the cast of Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs



By Jake Guastella

As the Christmas lights go up across the land, we take a look at the stars who will be lighting up the Richmond Theatre stage this panto season...


Jerry Hall


Role in show: The Wicked Queen. The number two beauty in the land (touchy subject) with jealousy issues.

You'll know her from: Gracing the front cover of every fashion magazine worth its salt ever, and Strictly Come Dancing in 2012.

Panto fun fact: Director Tim Burton cast Jerry in the 1989 film Batman as Alicia Hunt, a gangster’s moll who is disfigured by Jack Nicholson’s The Joker.


Chris Jarvis


Role in show: Muddles - Snow White’s BFF who’s always on her hand to cheer her up with tomfoolery and witty one-liners.

You'll know him from: Children’s Television. Chris was one of the original CBeebies presenters and currently stars in Show Me, Show Me.

Panto fun fact: Amazingly, Chris has starred in a pantomime every year since 1995! Basically panto without him would be like Christmas Day without presents.


Aimie Atkinson


Role in show: Snow White. A caring, pure-hearted daydreamer who’s waiting for a certain prince to sweep her off her feet.

You'll know her from: Musicals. Aimie played Elizabeth in the Number 1 UK Tour of Dirty Dancing.

Panto fun fact: In 2006 , Aimie’s killer voice earned her the BBC Radio 2’s Voice of Musical Theatre Award.


Phil Holden


Role in show: Chief dwarf, Prof. The brainy leader who keeps the ‘hi-ho, hi-ho’ seven in line.

You'll know him from:Performing in films, Your Highness and Richard II, as well as television programmes, Merlin, Hollyoaks, Little Britain and Casualty.

Panto fun fact: Phil guarded the volts of Gringotts as a goblin in four of the Harry Potter films.



Shaun Dalton


Role in show: Prince Charming. Hobbies include looking charming and riding horses.

You'll know him from: Stage roles in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Beauty and the Beast, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

Panto fun fact: He was part of the Olivier Audience award-winning Les Miserables company in 2012. Hopefully he’ll break the Wicked Queen’s evil spell and won’t be ‘miserables’ by the end of our panto!


Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs runs at Richmond Theatre from Friday 5 December until Sunday 11 January 2015.