A big thank you to all cast, crew, front of house staff, and above all our audience for helping to continue the Chameleons' pantomime tradition. With approximately 2500 people seeing the show, we are proud to have presented the most popu.lar amateur pantomime in London- and, we hope, one of the best.
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Nobody does pantomime like The Chameleons. A bright splash of colour, a dollop of comedy, tonnes of energy and it all adds to up a wonderful world of family entertainment. Whether you are seven or seventy, join Snow White on her magical journey, cheer on a brave prince, boo the wicked Queen and tap your toes to great musical numbers.
The Chameleons Pantomime is now a firm favourite with the local community priding itself on the perfect blend of traditional family entertainment, spectacular scenes and, of course, value for money!
This year we are pulling out all the stops for everyone's favourite tale: "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs". Once again we offer up a script written by a member of the society, so yes there's bound to be a few surprises during two and a half hours including interval of quality entertainment.
The production team is in place and already hard at work. Robert Spolander, an experienced Chameleons director returns to takes the reigns and is joined once again by a production team bursting with talent. By the time you get this, over 60 people will be preparing to bring you a truly memorable show...we'll be ready, will you? Are you sure? I can't hear you? Oh, ok,let's take you through the details!
The show runs from Thursday 11th to Sunday 14th January 2007 at The Paul Daisley Hall, Brent Town Hall, Wembley. You will notice that this years performance times have been adjusted giving further matinee times and making the show even more accessible to a new generation of panto fans!
The hall has full disabled access, although we would ask for prior notice if you wish to bring a wheelchair. For further details please feel free to contact the Box Office on 020 8123 6443.
We are happy to announce that both Sunday performances will be BSL signed for our deaf or hard of hearing patrons.
Jacob Grimm- a storyteller Ginge Anderson
Willhelm Grimm - his brother, also a storyteller Alex Forni
Queen Magnolia - Arlette Kamelaard
Princess Snow White - her daughter Donna Dempsey
King Ivory - Les Elliot
The palace butler - Helen Downer
Dame Bella Du Balle - David Murphy
Prince Dashing - her son - Michelle Edwards
Bother - a henchman - Helen Stevens
Blast - his brother, also a henchman - Geoffrey Coad
Lady Chartreuse - the Kings betrothed - Hannah Bain
The Kings woodcutter - Jeremy Spolander
The Vicar - Stephen Smailes
Percolator - Janette Hutchinson
Cappuccino - Leilla Forrester
Latte - Niall Brennan
Expresso - Danielle White
Frappaccino - Sinead Lay
Café au Lait - Kristian Mendola
Mocha - Niall O'Mara
For any extra information about Snow White or any of our productions then do not hesitate to contact our chairman at firstname.lastname@example.org