Beloved Only Fools and Horses star Sue Holderness to star in King’s Lynn Corn Exchange’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

12:13 05 May 2014

Sue Holderness.

Sue Holderness.

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An actress best known for her role in one of Britain’s favourite TV shows will star in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange.

Sue Holderness, who played Marlene in Only Fools and Horses, will play the Wicked Queen Narcissia in the pantomime, which will run from December 5-31.

Returning for a second year, after proving a big hit with audiences, is KLFM’s Breakfast show host Adam Newstead, who will be Herman The Henchman.

The Corn Exchange’s head of programming and marketing Nina McKenna said: “We are thrilled that Sue will be joining us as the Wicked Queen.

“She has a wealth of pantomime experience and Snow White is already shaping up to be our most successful panto yet.”

Earlybird tickets are £16, schools £9 and there is a £1 booking fee online.

Tickets are available on 01553 764864 or online at www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk.

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