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Don’t miss the magic of this year’s must-see production of Cinderella, the Fairy Godmother of all pantomimes! You and your family shall go to the ball with yet another spectacular family panto, packed with traditional pantomime ingredients.
Coronation Street’s Les Dennis and Connor McIntyre will swap the cobbles for clutch bags as the Ugly Sisters, alongside Pop Idol star Gareth Gates as Prince Charming, with Richard Cadell and Sooty starring as Buttons.
With laugh-out-loud comedy, jaw-dropping special effects, stunning song and dance and plenty of boos and hisses, Cinderella is the ultimate pantomime brought magically to life.
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December 12th at 1:30pm
December 15th at 1:30pm
January 3rd at 2:30pm and 7:15pm
January 3rd at 2:30pm
January 4th at 2:30pm
December 14th at 2:30pm
January 5th at 1:30pm
Although he is best known for presenting ITV's 'Family Fortunes', comedian Les Dennis has also earned critical acclaim for his West End roles in 'Cherished Disappointments In Love', 'Chicago' and 'Me And My Girl'. He has also starred in the TV dramas 'Doctors' and 'The Grimleys'.
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In 2002 Gareth was famously runner up to Will Young in the UK's first Pop Idol. Instead of disappearing into 'Pop Oblivion', he carved out a very successful career for himself, having hits and travelling worldwide. In the UK alone, he sold 3.5 million records, released 3 albums and had 4 number 1 singles. In 2009 Gareth auditioned and impressed Sir Cameron MackIntosh and accepted the role of Marius, in the 25th anniversary tour of Les Miserables. He has since performed a successful 'Boogie Nights' concert tour with the legendary Osmonds and he continues a successful career in musical theatre.
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A star of Children's ITV.
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Sooty & Friends
What do you mean, he's just a puppet? Never has a small piece of yellow fur been imbued with so much rumbustious personality and the potential to create so much havoc! Sooty (with the help of his friends Soo & Sweep) holds the record for being the longest running kids' programme ever, first appearing on TV in 1952. 'Richard Cadell is a born entertainer' (The Guardian) 'A real treat for the children and a dose of nostalgia for the parents' (The Stage) 'Richard Cadell is as close to a Corbett as you will ever get - Sooty is on the right hands!' (Matthew Corbett).
See 18 tour dates featuring Sooty & Friends
Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall
- Theatre Square
- NG1 5ND
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- Silver Status