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CINDERELLA London Palladium Production Images

Cinderella at the London PalladiumQdos Entertainment’s production of Cinderella runs over the Festive season at the London Palladium for five weeks only to Sunday 15 January 2017, with press night on Wednesday 14 December 2016.

The cast comprises Paul O’Grady (Baroness Hardup), Julian Clary (Dandini), Amanda Holden (The Fairy Godmother), Lee Mead (Prince Charming), Paul Zerdin (Buttons), Nigel Havers (Lord Chamberlain), Count Arthur Strong (Baron Hardup), Natasha J Barnes (Cinderella) and Suzie Chard and Wendy Somerville (The Wicked Stepsisters). They are joined by Liz Ewing, Christopher Howell, James Paterson, Carrie Sutton, Vicki Lee Taylor and Ed Wade and ensemble members Rhianne Alleyne, Charlotte Alloway, Gianni Arando, William Atkinson, Pamela Blaire, Myles Brown, Lucy Carter, Jacob Fearey, Diana Girban, Chloe Hudson, Emma Johnson, Ricky Lee Loftus, Holly Prentice, Niall Swords, Luke Woollaston and Tom Woollaston.

Cinderella, the most enchanting rags-to-riches fairy tale of them all will grace the stage of the West End’s most famous theatre this Christmas as pantomime returns to the London Palladium for the first time in nearly three decades.

Cinderella is produced by Nick Thomas and Michael Harrison for Qdos Entertainment. Directed by Michael Harrison and co-directed and choreographed by Andrew Wright, Cinderella is designed by Ian Westbrook with costume designs for Paul O’Grady, Julian Clary and Amanda Holden by Hugh Durrant. Lighting design is by Ben Cracknell with projections by Duncan Mclean, sound by Gareth Owen, musical supervision and orchestration by Gary Hind, musical direction by Greg Arrowsmith and visual special effects by The Twins FX.

LISTINGS INFORMATION
From: 9th Dec 2016
Booking Until: 15th Jan 2017
Important Info: Strobe Lighting
There will be moving lights during the performance which will have a strobing effect.

Age guidance
As a general guideline, an age of 5+ is recommended. Children must be able to sit unaided, in their own seat and be attentive to the performance so as not to distract other members of the audience. Admittance to the auditorium is at the discretion of the theatre management

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