It will be a busy year for Charlie Stemp, who recently made his Broadway debut playing Barnaby Tucker in the Tony-winning revival of Hello, Dolly!
Stemp will be joined by Danielle Hope (The Wizard of Oz) in the title role, the previously reported Dawn French as the Wicked Queen, Julian Clary as the Man in The Mirror, Paul Zerdin as Muddles, Nigel Havers as the Understudy, Gary Wilmot as Mrs. Crumble, with Vincent and Flavia as the King and the Queen.
They will be joined by Josh Bennett, Simeon Dyer, Craig Garner, Ben Goffe, Jamie John, Blake Lisle and Andrew Martin as The Magnificent Seven and ensemble members Faye Best, Myles Brown, Darragh Cowley, Ivan De Freitas, Scott English, Liz Ewing, Ross Finnie, Diana Girbau, Matt Holland, Abigayle Honeywill, Stevie Hutchinson, Jemima Loddy, Megan Louch, Mollie McGugan, James Paterson, Leanne Pinder, Oliver Roll, Jordan Rose, Aaron J Smith, Lucie-Mae Sumner, Carrie Sutton, Grant Thresh, and Charlotte Wilmot along with The Palladium Pantoloons.
The limited engagement will begin December 8 with an official opening December 12. Performances continue through January 13, 2019.
Produced by the Olivier-winning team behind last year’s Dick Whittington, Snow White will again be directed by Michael Harrison, with choreography by Karen Bruce, sets by Ian Westbrook, costumes by Hugh Durrant, specialty costumes by Mike Coltman, visual special effects by The Twins FX, lighting by Ben Cracknell, sound design by Gareth Owen, video and projection design by Duncan McLean, and original music by Gary Hind.
Snow White at the London Palladium is produced by Nick Thomas and Michael Harrison for Qdos Entertainment.