Cinderella still going to the ball in Stevenage pantomime

11:33 12 January 2014

Stevenage 2013 pantomime Cinderella

Stevenage 2013 pantomime Cinderella

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Lovers of pantomime can still go to the ball in Stevenage with Cinderella playing at the Gordon Craig for another fortnight.

Cinderella pantomime in StevenageCinderella pantomime in Stevenage

The annual Stevenage pantomime will be extending the Christmas cheer well into the New Year.

As the festivities of the Christmas season seem all but a distant memory, the Gordon Craig Theatre’s fabulous pantomime Cinderella keeps its doors open until Sunday, January 26.

This winter’s magical production starring former EastEnders star Gillian Wright as the Fairy Godmother and Stevenage’s favourite Dame, Paul Laidlaw, has been a huge success with audiences and critics alike since opening in November.

The record-breaking show was seen by more than 27,000 people during December, with 95 per cent of performances sold out, and reviews have been glowing.

Stevenage 2013 pantomime CinderellaStevenage 2013 pantomime Cinderella

Cinderella will be going to the ball at the Gordon Craig Theatre, in Lytton Way, until the final Sunday of January.

Tickets, which start from £15.50, can be bought from the Gordon Craig box office on 01438 363200 or by visiting the website at www.gordon-craig.co.uk

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