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Snow White @ Sadler’s Wells Review

The happily ever after conclusion is a concept that we have been candy coated with since the late 30s. Audiences root for a young protagonist bound by their low social standing in the hopes of love conquering all. Fairytales are often our introduction to the notion of storytelling in the west, finding that we’re brought up with a canon of tales we can all recite in our own ways but are perhaps glazed with a sickly sweet Hollywood glitz and glamour thanks to filmic interpretations. balletLORENT however are not afraid to press on the tale of Snow White‘s darker themes, making for a riveting watch.

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Snow White @ The Hoxton Hall Review

Celebrating the re-opening of the Hoxton Hall, the venue welcome its first Panto having closed for restoration purposes. A Brother’s Grimm classic, Snow White has gripped the imaginations of children and adults alike for centuries with its ‘good always triumphs over evil’ ethos. With a dose of villainy, a touch of comedy and a sickly sweet romance, Snow White most definitely makes, on paper, for a dramatic night out at the theatre.

Snow White (5) - Photographer credit Sharron Wallace

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