THEATRE CLWYD CINDERELLA CAST

I’d love to hear your feedback! Central to the fairytale, but not necessarily this adaptation, is Cinderella, played with wholesome gusto by Nicola Martinus-Smith, while Amy Penston plays the villainous villainess Rubella De Zees duh-duh-duuuuh! A great double act is also on show from Joe Vetch as arather tight and ridged Prince Charming and Daniel Lloyd as the new romantic Dandini. Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice. Plus, there’s Cinders’ ballgown, revealed at the end of Act 1 in a pure Frozen moment. Subscribe to our Daily newsletter Enter email Subscribe.

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It’s one of those panto mainstays that never seems to get old, but the added sillyness of the mice’s squeaky conversations made me chuckle heartily. Llangollen ‘Larger than life’ figure who saved Llangollen food festival remembered by devastated community. Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice. Cheshire West and Chester Council is holding information sessions on what’s involved.

Rhyl Latest development on plans to transform this site in the heart of Cinderslla. However, this is a tiny fault in what otherwise is a splendid production. But I must admit I did come away from the show thinking the tone was perhaps aimed a little too much at the grown-ups and not quite enough at the wide-eyed five-year-olds.

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Our mission is to provide the most in-depth, nationwide arts coverage online. Dressed in CBeebies dungarees and his faced packed with red-cheeked rouge, he makes for a mildly unsettling presence, not helped by the squeaky voice he adopts for his dialogue.

The routine with Buttons, Baron Hardup and a wishing well is delightful – just beware if you’re in the first few rows for that bit! Theatr Clwyd is known for its raucous, rock ‘n’ roll take on the traditional festive production. But for me, the star of the show is undoubtedly James Haggie who plays the lovable but dopey Buttons. Phil Cutts It’s a lovely touch that Judith Croft, the designer of this all-singing, all-dancing panto at Theatr Clwyd, has transformed the auditorium into a fairytale location, extending the magic of the stage into the audience, making the set just as inclusive as the dialogue.

Once again designer Judith Croft has pulled a blinder with the set which as ever is a work of art which coupled with fantastic costumes and special effects made the whole production truly magical.

They look like beach balls in an eggcup and add so much to the fun. It will make the older kids giggle, I’m sure, and of course the adults can’t help but guffaw at the risque digs. What makes the show even more remarkable is the fact the cast all play their own musical instruments including guitar, keyboards, flute and saxophone.

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Buttons is a character firmly aimed at the children.

But the only thing traditional about this Cinderella is its framing story and I say framing because theatree a loose telling of the tale and the Toytown sets.

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She is so very good in this part. Dan Bottomley and Alex Parry play Ugly Sisters Hernia and Verucca as man-hungry slappers from Bootle with one eye on an invitation to the royal ball, but both eyes firmly fixed on clwys their leg over. Eager young eyes watching Cinders go to the ball in are the discerning box office fodder ofafter all Oh yes he has! The Panto with Soul is a family show with its sights set slightly older than might be expected, but which has plenty for the little ones to enjoy. Review Overview The Reviews Hub.

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Conderella nice feature was the greeting of the sell-out audience early doors rather than while scene changing. Plus, there’s Cinders’ ballgown, revealed at the end of Act 1 in a pure Frozen moment. But one cindwrella worry too much, the panto banter that we have come to love from Harries as the Dame, is still here albeit in a different guise. An unusual feature of Theatr Clwyd pantomimes is that the cast also play the instruments and most are on stage throughout either singing or playing guitar, keyboards, saxophones or flutes Surprisingly this works well.

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Central to the fairytale, but not necessarily this adaptation, is Cinderella, played with wholesome gusto by Nicola Martinus-Smith, while Amy Penston plays the villainous villainess Rubella De Zees duh-duh-duuuuh!

John Roberts There’s change in the air this year at Theatr Clwyd, not only does the venue have a new artistic director but it seems someone at the top has played with the casting of this year’s Rock’n’Roll panto. North Wales Weather Met Office issues weather warning for fog. Like one of those Carry On films which relied a little too much on smut and not enough on comedy, it will leave teenagers and adults overwhelmingly entertained, but might leave the youngest ones behind a little.