WITH panto season in full swing, the Capital’s amateur companies are gearing up to get in on the act, starting tomorrow with the St Serf’s Players, who turn their attention to Cinderella.
This year’s production, by Paul Reakes, is a great evening’s entertainment for all ages and gives the age-old tale a magical new lease of life.
Prince Charming is off gallivanting round the world and leaves Pantomania to be governed by the selfish Duke of Verruca.
When Prince Charming returns the Duke refuses to relinquish power. Luckily, faithful Buttons, his friend Kathy and, of course, the Fairy Godmother are around to work wonders.
Cinderella is St Serf’s Players 32nd panto and already the Friday and Saturday shows are sold, so make sure you get a ticket for tonight or tomorrow soon.
Cinderella, St Serf’s Church Hall, Clark Road, tomorrow-Saturday, 7.30pm, £7.50, www.stserfsplayers.org.uk