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Snaw Queen Pantomine Review

Posted by Andrew McVie on December 2, 2016 at 6:55 AM

The Snaw Queen is a Pantomime Written and directed by and featuring Johnny McKnight. He is joined by a team of talented actors who play various roles throughout the show from talking flowers to the queen and princess of Patrick.

This show is based on the story of the Snow Queen written by Hans Christian Andersen.

Did you know Rudolph is from Ireland? Well his accent is a dead giveaway. His voice reminded me of Daniel O’Donnell. Rudolph is played by Darren Brownlie who is a regular member of the Tron Pantomime team. Darren also plays the Snaw Queen an evil woman who wants to get rid of Santa.

Olive the other reindeer makes an appearance in this show and helps Santa on their journey. She is played by Julie Wilson Nimmo. Her character reminded me of Olive from on the busses with the way she was dressed and had glasses on. Julie played this character very well.

I also loved Percy the Penguin, Elvis and also Elvira the elf.

The set was well used and I particularly loved how they had a song all about the Glasgow Underground and also had some scenes based inside one of the underground trains.

There are plenty of funny and lovely moments throughout this show and would recommend this show for all the family.

Get your tickets while you can from the Tron Theatre Box office today.



 

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