SG Productions presents: Snow White and the Seven Poofs Comes Again!!!!
Back by popular demand Directed by Simon Gross and Anthony Poore, Musical Direction by Andrew Sackett
The Lounge, Leicester Square Theatre, Thurs 1st December 2011 – Sat 28th January 2012
'Camper than Christmas in Old Compton Street, the capital's filthiest pantomime is certainly not one for your maiden aunt.'
Following last year's sell out run at Leicester Square Theatre, Snow White and her Seven Poofs are back for another Christmas of rude, flirty fun and frolics. This pop-powered drag panto is suitable for adults only and stars 2008 Drag Idol winner Tanya Hyde, who is returning to her role of Snow White, the legendary Titti La Camp as the Queen, Simon Gross returning to his role as Horrible Hilda, and introducing the hilarious Mrs. Moore. This bigger, bolder, ruder fairytale is packed with audience participation and feel good party anthems 'Get The Party Started', 'Bad Romance', 'YMCA', 'It's a Sin', 'Hot Stuff', and Rhianna's 'S&M'.
Tanya Hyde, recreating her role of Snow White, has a weekly residency at Trannys and has won Drag Idol 2009. Tanya's TV includes Lynda La Plant's Above Suspicion for ITV1, Louie Spence's Showbusiness (Sky1), The Morganna Show (Channel 4), The Ali G Show(Channel 4), Dream Team (Sky 1) & Ballroom High (Sky 1). This year, she won 'Best Cabaret Newcomer' at the 2011 BOYZ Scene Awards.
Since 1993, "visual comedienne extraordinaire" Titti La Camp has worked extensively throughout the UK in cabaret and at gay pride celebrations. She was responsible for the cabaret line up of London Pride for two years, and is the organiser of Drag Idol, now in its seventh year. Beyond the cabaret circuit, Titti La Camp has appeared in two West End shows, most recently playing Roscoe in the Shaw Theatres revival of Elegies for Angels Punks and Raving Queens. This year, Titti La Camp is honoured to be making her panto debut.
Mrs Moore was asked to join The Dolly Mixtures cabaret group in 2001, performing all over London before forming duo M&M with Mille Turner in 2003, highlights of which include performing in Hyde Park as part of Gay Pride. In 2007 Mrs Moore launched her own solo career with MMTV (Mrs More Transvision), and more recently MMTV (Mrs Moore The Voice… of a Thousand Fags). In addition, Mrs Moore joined the award winning theatre troupe The Drama Queens, where her roles included Mrs Lovett, Judy Garland and Marlene Dietreich.
Simon Gross has been producer for SG Productions for the last ten years. As a producer Simon's theatre work includes Sinderfella for Above the Stag Theatre Victoria in 2008 and then for the Leicester Square Theatre in 2009, and Snow White and the Seven Poofs, again for the Leicester Square Theatre in 2010. Simon is also director of SG Productions, which prides itself on taking quality theatre into the community. This Autumn Simon will be producing Amore, a Rat Pack style musical tribute to all the greats, including Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davies Junior. For December Simon will produce eight national tours, his pantomime Dick Whittington and Christmas variety show Have Yourselves A Merry Christmas. His many television credits include: On the Road with Maureen Rees and Noel's House Party for the BBC, Channel 4's What the Butler Saw, Louie Spence's Show Business and Trinny And Susannah Uncovered. Simon was last seen on the Vanessa Show for Channel Five weekdays as a regular Sofa Surfer.
WARNING: Please note this is an ADULTS ONLY pantomime and definitely not suitable for children, the faint-hearted and persons of a prudish nature.
'Too bloody good to miss.'
QX Magazine (on Sinderfella)
Writer Simon Gross Director Simon Gross and Anthony Poore
Musical Direction Andrew Sackett Costume Design Mary Mcquirk
Set/Lighting Design Fiona Scott-Lockyer
Horrible Hilda: Simon Gross Queen: Titti La Camp (Richard Byrne)
Snow White: Tanya Hyde (Anthony Poore) and introducing: Mrs Moore (John Moore)
http://leicestersquaretheatre.ticketsolve.com/shows/126512608/events / Running Time: 2hrs
Venue: Leicester Square Theatre
Address: 6 Leicester Place, London, WC2H 7BX
Dates: 1st December 2011 – 28th January 2012
Times: Tues-Fri 7.30pm until 6th Jan, Sat 4.30pm (not 24th, 31st) Sun 2.00pm & 5.30pm (not 25th, 1st 15th, 22nd), 4.30pm 27th, 28th, 29th
Box Office: www.leicestersquaretheatre.com / 08448 733433
Transport: Leicester Square Station
At 10pm on Saturday 3rd December there will be a special one-off performance in the Main House.