Christmas shows: Sheffield Manor Operatic back on stage in pantomime Snow White after two years

The cast of Sheffield’s biggest non-professional pantomime were back on stage in Snow White for the first time in two years.

Tuesday, 28th December 2021, 9:45 am

Manor Operatic Society, which involves Sheffielders from all walks of life, weren’t able to put on their Christmas 2020 show at Sheffield City Hall when venues were closed during lockdown.

The first time the cast were able to get together in the rehearsal room was back in September and the curtain finally went up on the show today, Monday (December 27).

There will have been a few heart-stopping moments waiting to see if more Covid restrictions were going to stop the fun again.

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The cast of Manor Operatic pantomime Snow White on stage at Sheffield City Hall

In the meantime many Sheffielders will feel their Christmas has been made that much more enjoyable by the chance to laugh at daft jokes, sing along with the tunes, shout, boo and hiss and throw some dough at the actors once more.

Snow White is at Sheffield City Hall until January 2. Details and bookings at www.ticketsource.co.uk/manor-operatic-society

Comic duo Robert Spink as the Dame. Nurse Tickles, and James Smith (Muddles) in Manor Operatic pantomime Snow White at Sheffield City Hall
Emily Mae Hoyland in the title role in Manor Operatic pantomime Snow White at Sheffield City Hall