Cinderella will run 26 November – 31 December 2021. More information and tickets, here.
‘Cinderella works in her late father’s shop, but her Stepmother and Stepsisters, Bella and Ella, are doing their very best to make her life a misery. They’ve taken over the business, and poor Cinderella is doing ALL the work, while they are living their best life … it’s SO unfair! And now it’s all change – the business is modernising, shop staff siblings Stella and Arthur are being laid off, and Buttons seems to have disappeared into thin air … what’s going on? And who’s that mysterious woman peering in the shop window? I’m sure she wasn’t there a second ago … very strange.’
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