Cinderella – Kings Theatre, Edinburgh

Pantomime is loud for a small pair of ears, Spectacular sights can sometimes cause tears!
If bringing a little one, please be aware One or two scenes are intended to scare.
The odd naughty joke for grown-up laughter Ensures that we all finish Happily Ever After.
Featuring Andrew Keay, the run begins 2nd December.
More information can be found here.

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