THE Mary Stevens Hospice Pantomime Company’s annual pantomime is back and bigger than ever this year.

Snow White and her seven pint-sized friends will bring fun and laughter, with surprises and special effects along the way as good battles to overcome evil this February half term.

International recording artist and star of the West End, Beverley Knight MBE, will be appearing as the on-screen Magic Mirror; X Factor and Celebrity Big Brother’s Stevi Ritchie will be joined on stage by X Factor’s Bradley Hunt alongside Brum Radio’s duo, Karen and Luke.

Black Country Radio’s Matt Dudley will also star alongside local favourite Wally Wombat in the show, which will run at Stourbridge Town Hall from February 18 to 23.

Amanda Bowen, producer and head of fundraising and lottery at The Mary Stevens Hospice, said: “A pantomime packed with celebrities and local talent, traditional comedy, spectacular special effects and popular songs, we can't think of a better way to support your local hospice this half term.

"We rely on the income raised by our passionate community to fund the vital services we provide, free of charge to those who need it. To bring such a fantastic pantomime to our local theatre once again and put a smile on the faces of those who support us, has become so important to us, our community and the families who rely on our care.”

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