SINGER Beverley Knight paid a visit to Mary Stevens Hospice in Stourbridge before recording her part for hospice's forthcoming pantomime.

Ahead of her appearance as the Magic Mirror in the hospice’s upcoming pantomime Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the recording artist and musical theatre star visited the hospice for a tour on Tuesday.

The singer, who hails from Wolverhampton, had pictures taken with patients in the Day Services Unit and chatted to members of the hospice team during the visit before heading to Resonance music college at The Waterfront which has offered the use of its green screen and professional video equipment for the hospice panto.

There they began working on Beverley’s part as the Magic Mirror in the Mary Stevens Hospice Pantomime Company's production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs which will be staged in February 2020.

James Totney, community and events fundraiser at the hospice, said: “It was an absolute pleasure to show Beverley Knight around our hospice and discuss the ways in which we are here to support our community.

"Beverley was wonderful at the Resonance studio and what a pleasure it was to see her doing what she does best. We are all incredibly excited for our pantomime, we can really see it starting to come together now and we just can’t wait to share it with our community and loyal supporters.”

Tickets to see Beverley Knight in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs can be booked by visiting