KD theatre is back with a new all-action pantomime

08:18 30 July 2014

KD Theatre Productions.

KD Theatre Productions.

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KD Theatre Productions will be returning to The Maltings in Ely this Christmas with their new pantomime, Cinderella.

This year’s pantomime will star CBBC presenter and Tracy Beaker star Ben Hanson as Buttons.

Also returning to the frocks and wigs will be Daniel Bell as one of the Ugly Sisters. Daniel, who also produces the pantomime, said: “We were so pleased with last year’s panto, Jack and the Beanstalk. Panto is such a family tradition over the festive period, more than 6,000 people came to see us and we hope to beat that this year!’

The pantomime runs from December 22-January 11 at The Maltings. Tickets are available online at www.kdtheatre.co.uk or by calling the box office on 01638 781037.

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