Tyne Theatre and Opera House Panto Review, Newcastle

Going to the Panto has been a Christmas tradition my family have done since I can remember. 

My sister and I braved the venture to Newcastle in the cold together for a night out to the Tyne Theatre and Opera House to see Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.  


The Tyne Theatre and Opera house is a Victorian theatre where I feel if the walls could talk, they'd have a cracking story to tell. I've even heard rumours that there are two ghosts! 

But I wasn't there for the ghouls, I was there to see what Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs was all about. If you've been to a panto before or even seen Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, I'm 100% sure you know the story but I also enjoy seeing how the panto writers keep the audience watching. 


There was big line up of stars in the cast, Michelle Heaton was playing the evil queen, ITV Tyne Tees news reader Rachel Sweeney plays the magic mirror, Britain's got talent finalist Danny Posthill was playing the Dame and also the a winner from Britain's got talent Matt Pagan from Collabro who plays the prince.


Of course I couldn't not mention the seven dwarfs led by Laura Whitfield, they were great and even gave a few well known songs a Geordie twist. 

A show highlight for me was when Michelle Heaton sang, 'Venus' and then of course Liberty X's famous 'Just A little'. (I still remember the dance moves I made up to this song). Michelle reminded us that she has a cracking singing voice and really preform's well singing. 

As all panto's end with a happy ending this one was no different, with a wedding, which is usually when you get to see the full cast dressed up in their 'Sunday Best' and everyone has a good old dance. 


I felt that if you've been to a panto before you knew what was going to happen next in the performance. It was a performance aimed for children with little innuendo jokes for the adults to chuckle at.

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Do you have any pantomimes planned over the Christmas break? 

Tyne Theatre and Opera House Panto Review, Newcastle 

*I was invited to the panto for review purposes. All opinions remain my own. 

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