Head to the Angles Theatre this Christmas for family friendly panto The Snow Queen

Jack Frost dancers with the chorus to Ed Sheerans Thinking Out Loud.

Jack Frost dancers with the chorus to Ed Sheerans Thinking Out Loud. - Credit: Archant

RATz, the Angles Theatre’s in-house company is entertaining audiences with their pantomime The Snow Queen – and there are still a number of performances to go!

The pantomime, written by Dave Jeanes, is based on Hans Christian Andersen’s classic children’s story, the one that inspired Disney’s ‘Frozen’.

Granny Featheridge looks after her granddaughter Gerda the principal girl. Kai (principal boy) is Gerda’s best friend, but he is a very inquisitive boy. He looks into Granny’s secret mirror, despite being begged not to by Gerda, and is immediately and magically whisked away by the evil Snow Queen.

A devestated Gerda wants to go and find Kai. She is advised by the kindly and very helpful Snow Elf and protected on her journey by the Silly Billy Jack Frost.

Along with Granny, they meet the Crowman, a riddler, the friendly Troll and the feisty Robber Queen. They also encounter Black Ice, who is the Snow Queen’s nasty henchman and her two idiot guards Hammer and Tongs. The Queen is eventually defeated and they all live happily ever after.

If you are searching for the perfect Christmas treat for all the family, visit www.anglestheatre.co.uk for dates, times and ticket prices.