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Snow White has skin as white as snow and lips as red as rubies.
No wonder a magic mirror declares her to be 'the fairest of them all'.
But not in the view of her wicked stepmother, who flies into a jealous rage and demands her death. The beautiful princess is forced to flee to safety at the home of the seven dwarfs.
Nichola McAuliffe returns to the West Country to play the Wicked Queen in this year's Theatre Royal Bath panto, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
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The multi-award winning actress received huge acclaim for her performance in Alan Bennett's Bed Among the Lentils, which played Bath back in 2000. But she is still probably best-known on television for the role of Sheila Sabatini in more than 50 episodes of Surgical Spirit, also as Anita in Coronation Street and for guest appearances in My Family, Holby City and Doctor Who.
Snow White is based on the stories of the Brothers Grimm and was made popular by Disney in 1937 in the first ever feature-length cartoon which became the biggest box office hit of its time. It has only ever been performed once before at the Theatre Royal – in the 1991/92 panto season.
The cast will also feature Jon Monie, Chris Harris and Laura Clements. It will be performed from Thursday, December 13, to Sunday, January 13.
Tickets cost from £9 available from 01225 448844 or www.theatreroyal.org.uk