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Will Leadenham Players' panto have a fairytale ending?




Cinderella (6341014)
Cinderella (6341014)

This pantomime season’s Leadenham Players production is Cinderella, which opens on Friday, January 25.

Leadenham Players welcome you to the land of Stoneybroke where kind hearted Cinderella and her father’s page Buttons welcome her stepmother and her ugly step-sisters with open arms, but all they get in return is their arrogance and their spitefulness.

Baron and the new Baroness Hardup are just that, hard up. And the ugly sisters are, well, ugly!

Join the Players as Prince Charming, accompanied by his aid Dandini, searches the land for his one true love before it’s too late.

Follow Fairy G as she makes magnificent magic and boo the bungling trio of builders – Bodget, Blaggit and Leggatt – as they repossess Hardship Hall and attempt a bit of DIY to renovate it.

Go along and meet the colourful characters as they guide you through this traditional fairytale; but will there be a fairytale ending?

You’ll have to go along and see . . .

Bring your friends and family and join us on a journey of good versus evil, with lots of laughter, boos and sing-a-long songs, to find out if Cinderella and Prince Charming will find their true love.

There will an opportunity for photographs with cast members at the end of each performance.

Note that no food or drink is permitted to be taken into the hall as there are refreshments, sweets, hot and cold soft drinks, on sale, plus a bar for the grown-ups.

Tickets are priced at £6 adult, £4.50 child, £4.50 concessions, £19 family.

The Leadenham Players are a non-profit organisation and any monies made go towards their next pantomime production.

Visit www.theleadenhamplayers.com for more information and tickets, alternatively email theleadenhamplayers@gmail.com or call 07753 579906.



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