Much loved panto Cinderella is at the Princess Theatre stage in Hunstanton

Much loved panto Cinderella is at the Princess Theatre stage in Hunstanton. The cast is pictured on

Much loved panto Cinderella is at the Princess Theatre stage in Hunstanton. The cast is pictured on stage here. - Credit: Archant

Cinderella, one of the best loved pantomimes of all time, is the Christmas pantomime at the Princess Theatre in Hunstanton this winter.

Much loved panto Cinderella is at the Princess Theatre stage in Hunstanton. The cast is pictured on

Much loved panto Cinderella is at the Princess Theatre stage in Hunstanton. The cast is pictured on stage here. - Credit: Archant

Simon Hollosi plays Prince Charming, Helen Farrell is Cinderella, Hannah Bird is the Fairy Godmother, Andy Eastwood plays Buttons, Mervyn Francis is Baron Hardup, Adam Tremlett is Dandini and Serena Whyte and Elise Whyte play the Ugly Sisters.

It’s a high energy mix of singing, dancing and comedy, coupled with spectacular scenery and costumes not to mention the magical carriage, which makes this a ‘must see’ Christmas treat for all the family.

Much loved panto Cinderella is at the Princess Theatre stage in Hunstanton. The cast is pictured on

Much loved panto Cinderella is at the Princess Theatre stage in Hunstanton. The cast is pictured on stage here. - Credit: Archant

Cinderella is kind to all. She has faith that if you keep on believing, your wishes do come true. With the help from her Fairy Godmother, Cinders gets the chance to live her dreams and lives happily ever after with her Prince Charming.

The pantomime runs at the theatre until January 1.


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Tickets cost £16 for adults, £13 for children and concessions. A family ticket for three costs £40, and for four costs £52 (family tickets must include at least one child).

Visit www.thelittleboxoffice.com for more information and to book.

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