STEPHEN MULHERN SET TO RETURN TO THE HAWTH

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

8th December 2017 – 7th Janruary 2018, The Hawth Theatre

The Hawth is delighted to announce that Stephen Mulhern, one of the most in-demand television presenters around today will return to The Hawth this Christmas to play Billy in their spectacular pantomime Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Stephen is no stranger to pantomimes at The Hawth, previously appearing as Buttons in Cinderella (2013) and Jangles the Storyteller in Sleeping Beauty (2014) and is delighted to be returning. He says ‘There is something special about The Hawth. It is so friendly to perform in and you can see the audience, I love it here, I didn’t have to think twice about coming back’.

As well as TV, Stephen is an experienced all round entertainer having performed his very own magic and one man variety shows up and down the country for the past twelve years and even has a BAFTA Award under his belt!

His unique style of comedy and presentation has made him one of the best loved presenters in the country having performed for some of the most famous celebrities in the world including Her Majesty The Queen (he’s also had lunch with the Queen but doesn’t like to brag!!!).

Stephen hosts a string of smash hit television shows including Catchphrase and Britain’s Got More Talent and, Big Star’s Little Star. Stephen has also hosted Ant vs Dec on the award-winning show, Saturday Night Takeaway and can be heard on Sunday mornings co-hosting with Emma Willis on Heart Radio.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs will be the Hawth’s most spectacular, fun-packed, family pantomime yet. The pantomime will be written by Paul Hendy and produced by Evolution Pantomimes who brought last year’s record-breaking pantomime Peter Pan to The Hawth, which was seen by over 30,000 people breaking all previous records for the theatre.

Tickets are on sale now so hurry and book for the best pantomime around.

Tickets are available from The Hawth Box Office on 01293 553636 or by visiting hawth.co.uk

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