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The Snow Queen – Rose Theatre

The Snow Queen - Rose Theatre

London Theatre News Today: Monday 28 October

Kitty Underwood

By Kitty Underwood First Published 28 October 2019, Last Updated 31 October 2019

9 To 5 The Musical made some waves this morning with their announcement that David Hasselhof will join the cast in December. Read our full article here:

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Rose Theatre Kingston announced today the full cast for their production of The Snow Queen. Ciaran McConvilles new re-writing of the Hans Christian Anderson classic will star Helena Blackman as The Snow Queen, Roger May as Dad/Father Christmas, Davina Moon as Freya, Parisa Shahmir as Gerda and Jack Wolfe as Kai. These professional actors will lead a cast of local young actors from the Kingston area.

The Snow Queen at Rose Theatre KingstonThe Snow Queen at Rose Theatre Kingston

Winners were announced yesterday for the UK Theatre Awards 2019. If you missed it, check out the article below for all the winners this year:

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Our show of the week this week is Wicked, and we’re about as excited as these two below! Keep an eye on our Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for some wicked (see what we did there) content, competitions and of course, lots of green. Just in time for Halloween! We’ve even got an Instagram takeover on Wednesday, so watch out for some exclusive behind-the-scenes stuff.

Helen Woolf as Glinda and Nikki Bentley as Elphaba. Photo By Matt Crockett.Helen Woolf as Glinda and Nikki Bentley as Elphaba. Photo By Matt Crockett.

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