The Liberty Panto – Snow White & The Seven Dwarfts

Liberty Hall Theatre, Monday 11th July - Sunday 17th July

This Summertime at the Liberty Hall Theatre Dublin, we make a much-awaited return to Pantoland. Join Nellie Nu Nu, Snow White, Muddles and Prince Harry Hunkadore – played by the wonderful Jake Carter (winner of Dancing with the stars 2018). But life is not that simple, for the Wicked Queen Dragonella – played by none other than Ireland’s first lady of Musical Theatre, Rebecca Storm, who truly believes she is the fairest in the land and wants rid of poor Snow White. But will she? With help from seven little friends, how will things turn out? You’ll have to wait and see…Lots of fun, music, laughter and all the usual nonsense you have grown to love at Dublin’s Traditional Family Panto! The Liberty Panto. The fairest panto in the land.


Date:
Monday 11th July - Sunday 17th July
Time:
Varies
Price:
From €26.50
Address:
Liberty Hall Theatre, Eden Quay, North City, Dublin 1, Ireland

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