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Following a one year hiatus because of You Know What, London’s top adults-only panto, Snow White and the Seven Poofs, is making a triumphant return to the West End stage and we’ve been promised that it’s bigger, bolder and EVEN RUDER then before.

Simon Gross as Queen Genetalia and Brighton-based drag star Ava Cardo will be joined by a full supporting cast on The Backstage Bar stage at the swish Grosvenor Casino in Piccadilly Circus, together with Prince Donkey Dick of Soho, Magic Mirror, Igor the henchman…and we mustn’t forget seven of the most outrageous poofs ever to tread the London boards. Probably. 

The producers have assured us that  this delightful and risqué version of the story is packed full of laughs as Snow White and her friends indulge in some delicious pantomime fairy-tale campery!

Ticket-holders will also enjoy a brilliant soundtrack and get involved with high-energy party classics such as Get the Party Started, Dancing Queen, You’re the One That I Want. Like a Virgin, YMCA, This Is Me, Hot Stuff and Don’t Stop Believing.

Producer Simon Gross added  “ After the last two years we have all experienced in the UK due to Covid-19  this is a perfect opportunity to release the inner child escape the realities of the world, close the door and come into magic world of pantomime glory-promising  comedy, trad dazzling costumes, a playlist of your  favourite party songs, proving that pantomime really is alive and kicking in 2021!”

Praise for 2019’s panto

“Wonderfully interactive, adult-only pantomime an enjoyable take on of a fairy tale classic.” Camden Journal 

“Loved it! Panto at its best, full of fun frivolity and raunchiness. Very highly recommended” Ed Gleave -Daily Star 

“You need to see it, to believe it…this is pure madness…but very funny and highly entertaining” West End Extra 

“Whatever mood you were in when you arrived, you will leave this show with your spirits lifted higher than a rainbow flag in a gale force wind. Totally degenerate, twisted, camp hilarity from beginning to end. Why do we have to wait a year to see the next one?” The Voice 

Tickets cost £35 and are available from

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