Joining him will be Panto legend and Coronation Street star Eric Potts as Dame Nora Crumble, Ben Nickless as Muddles (fresh from his show-stealing performance in last year’s Cinderella) and musical theatre performer Zoë George, who plays the title role of Snow White.
Packed with all of the traditional pantomime ingredients Opera House audiences have come to expect, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs will be spectacularly brought to life with an abundance of jaw-dropping dance, side-splitting comedy, sensational special effects and plenty of festive magic from producers Qdos Entertainment.
Fresh from the ballroom, Craig Revel Horwood will dazzle in an array of stunning dance routines and show Manchester his real mettle as he tries to outwit the fair Snow White and prove to the world that he is the fairest of them all.
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Originally The New Theatre, it opened on Boxing Day, 1912. It went through several iterations, being renamed once before becoming the Opera House in 1920. It's also been used for different functions; as a cinema in WW2, then a bingo hall before reopening as a theatre again in 1984. Since, it has hosted magnificent shows like Barnum and Phantom of the Opera.