Cinders stars in panto, oh yes she does!

Curtain goes up at Sutton Town Hall for family favourite

Panto returns to Sutton Coldfield in December with a spectaccular performance of fantasy favourite Cinderella. The curtain goes up for the first time on December 7.

The setting is Russia, and imagine a time of ice-cold winters with the snow laying deep on the frozen hard ground….

Imagine a palace where the fountains spouted icicles and Russian bears hibernated in the forests…

Now imagine a draughty old country house with the only warmth from a sooty fireplace … and that it was your job to keep the fire burning! Out in all weathers collecting wood and sleeping in the cinders of the fireplace, because your wicked stepmother and your ugly stepsisters were too mean to let you sleep in a bed.

That’s what happened to poor Cinderella and this is the story of how she dreamed of escape, of being warm and of meeting a handsome Prince who could save her from this miserable life.

After the huge success of Aladdin in 2019, the Production Exchange comes back to the Town Hall with a great cast of actor musicians, beautiful scenery, stunning costumes and a talented young ensemble to perform the ultimate family classic.

With support from the government’s Cultural Recovery Fund, Sutton Coldfield Town Hall is excited to welcome the cast and crew to the Royal Town for a limited run before Christmas and a thrilling return to traditional family entertainment.

Curtain goes up for the first time on December 7 with shows running through until Christmas Eve.

Tickets

Tickets can be purchased online, or over the telephone. The telephone box office service is available between 10am and 2pm, Monday to Friday.  Our in-person box office is closed until further notice.

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