Full of silliness, and slapstick, music and fun, this is the perfect choice for families looking for alternative festive entertainment this Christmas.
It’s nearly time for the Prince’s ball, but poor Cinderella is working her fingers to the bone in the cold and dark kitchens thanks to her cruel and greedy step-sisters’ nasty tricks. Luckily, Cinderella has the help of some new friends, and a little magic, to help her get to the ball and win the heart of the Prince. But does her heart’s true desire lie closer to home?
The run begins on the 28th November. Featuring BAA client, Irene Allan.
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