The final curtain

Warren McWilliams is directing the final show at the Intimate Theatre

After the success of recent pantomimes, Frosted and The Little Mermaid, Saint Monica’s Players return to the Intimate Theatre this month to perform Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

When her ‘magic mirror’ tells Snow White’s stepmother that she is no longer fairest in the land, the vain, wicked Queen vows to put an end to her stepdaughter. Aided by her friends, Snow White escapes and hides with the dwarf family deep in the forest. But she is soon found and struck down by a poisoned apple. Will Snow White survive? Can true love save her? Will the Queen be fairest in the land once again?

Snow White
Snow White will be the final show performed at the Intimate Theatre

Featuring all the traditional elements of pantomime this new show promises to warm the hearts of children and adults alike. Featuring hit songs, spectacular dancing and great gags, Snow White is a fantastic family pantomime that will not disappoint.

Sadly this show will be the last to be staged at the Intimate in Palmers Green as, after more than 80 years entertaining the local community, the venue faces demolition. The Intimate has a wonderful legacy and a huge place in Enfield’s cultural history, but Saint Monica’s Church, which owns the building, want to build flats and a new parish centre in its place and is now seeking planning permission to knock it down.

Saint Monica’s Players have been performing in Enfield for 60 years. We are proud to be the last group to perform at the theatre and we intend to bring the final curtain down with a bang at our Sunday matinee, which will be an emotional final performance for us all. Our next show in June 2019 will be a performance of Much Ado About Nothing in the grounds of Bury Lodge Park. Auditions take place in February.

Snow White runs from Thursday 17th January until Sunday 20th January, at 7.30pm each evening, with 2.30pm matinees on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th. In addition, an 11am matinee on Saturday 19th will be tailored for a younger audience. For more information and to book tickets:
Call 07708 708 062
Email [email protected]
Visit smptheatre.co.uk

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