Manchester Opera House has just announced that renowned pantomime dame Eric Potts and musical theatre star Zoe George will be joining the cast of this year’s magical Manchester pantomime, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, alongside Craig Revel Horwood and Ben Nickless in the city’s must-see festive production from Friday 6 December.
Eric Potts will star as Dame Nora Crumble and is best-known for playing the eccentric baker Diggory Compton in Coronation Street.
Joining Eric is musical theatre actress Zoe George who will be taking on the title role of Snow White.
Eric and Zoe will be joining previously announced Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood as the Wicked Stepmother and Ben Nickless as Snow White’s best friend, Muddles.
Sheena Wrigley, Theatre Director for the Palace Theatre and Opera House, comments, “We’re thrilled to announce that Eric and Zoe are joining this year’s production and look forward to welcoming both to the Opera House this Christmas. Eric is a renowned pantomime dame and familiar face to our audiences having performed twice with us in recent years in comedy roles. We’re delighted that Zoe is coming to Manchester this year. She’ll bring some musical theatre magic to this year’s show with her stunning voice and extensive experience in the West End.”
With tickets selling fast, audiences shouldn’t leave it any longer to book their tickets for Manchester’s biggest festive family production, or they won’t be able to look themselves in the mirror!
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is showing at the Opera House from Friday 6th – Sunday 29th December 2019.