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Cinderella

November 28

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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until 11th January 2020

Legendary ballet dancer and TV personality Wayne Sleep, acclaimed television and stage actress Liza Goddard and Cambridge’s favourite pantomime star Matt Crosby are set to return to the Arts Theatre panto… Cinderella!

Cambridge Arts Theatre’s spectacular family pantomime is back with the most magical tale of all: CINDERELLA.

Cinderella is working her fingers to the bone, dreaming of a better life, while her two Ugly Sisters plot and scheme. But after a surprise visit from her Fairy Godmother, Cinderella’s life is turned upside down. Cinderella is transported from rags to riches into a world of glittering ballgowns, enchantment and handsome princes… but do happy endings only exist in fairy tales?

This timeless tale is packed with sing-along songs, sensational costumes and hilarious jokes for the whole family to enjoy. Christmas just wouldn’t be complete without the Arts Theatre pantomime and Cinderella promises to be the biggest and best show in town. Book your tickets today… Your carriage awaits!

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November 28
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Venue

Arts Theatre (Cambridge)
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB2 3PJ United Kingdom + Google Map
Phone:
01223 503333

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