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Snow White - KidzStuff Theatre Sept 29 - Oct 13

The Producers of Little Red Riding Hood and Goldilocks and the Three Bears present
Snow White

Written by Rachel Henry
Directed by Sarah Delahunty

29 September – 13 October
4 Moncrieff St., Mt. Victoria

Sometimes the truth hurts!

Snow White is rescued from the wicked queen’s evil plan by a mole and a beaver who worked with the seven dwarfs on The Hobbit! The dwarfs have gone off to seek fame and fortune, leaving them at a bit of a loose end. Together they come up with a plan to save the animals!

Another entertaining adaptation of a classic fairytale full of fun and songs.

Author, Rachel Henry, is a Wellington actor and director, who has written several fabulous shows for KidzStuff Theatre, including Cinderella, Thumbelina, Rumpelstiltskin and most recently Little Red Riding Hood.

Sarah Delahunty is a Wellington writer and director, who has written and directed several KidzStuff plays, including The Gingerbread Man, Sleeping Beauty and Snow White and Rose Red. The talented cast includes Caleb Jago-Ward, most recently the lead male Link Larkin in Wellington Musical Theatre's production of Hairspray. Brittany Wallis, who also starred in Hairspray. Rebecca Parker, who has previously performed and written for Kapitall Kids’ Theatre and Alice Pearce, who starred in Kapitall Kidz show Sinbad and the Hidden Treasures.


Performance Times:
Monday - Friday 11am and 1pm
Saturdays at 11am
Tickets $10
Groups of 10+ $9.00 each
Children under 2 Free
Special Opening Preview Saturday 29th September $7.00 per ticket.
Bookings: phone 04 385 0292 or go to

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