SPY presents Tony Nicholls' pantomime
It is the eve of Prince Charming’s 21st birthday and, according to his father’s will, if he is not married or betrothed when that day rolls around, the entire kingdom of Cornucopia will fall into the hands of Charming’s not-so-friendly cousin, Dandini. The Prince vows he would rather marry anyone than see his beloved kingdom ruled by Dandini. Enter Lady Halfcock, who is convinced her loud and obnoxious daughters Swot and Hetty will catch the Prince’s eye and win his heart. Little does she know, her own step-daughter, Cinderella, has already accomplished such a feat and with the help of a somewhat unlikely fairy godmother, she makes her way to the Grand Ball to claim her Prince.
Will Cinderella make it to Prince Charming in time? Will Swot and Hetty steal his heart before she arrives? Will Dandini take control of the kingdom after all?
Tony Nicholls has been writing pantomimes for over 20 years and this script is laden with double-entendres, puns and - in the case of Lady Halfcock - brilliant malapropisms. Like all good pantos it is aimed at the kids, with a further level for the adults.
All shows will be performed at Stirling Theatre, Morris Place, Innaloo on
Tuesday 6 December at 10am
Wednesday 7 December at 10am
Friday 9 December at 10am and 7.30pm
Saturday 10 December at 7.30pm
Tickets are $10 Adults, $5 Under 16s
Bookings through 9447 3820 or tickets at the door
Stirling Players Youth (SPY) offers young people in and around the City of Stirling a creative opportunity to learn about the different aspects of performance and production. SPY has been a part of Stirling Players Inc for the past 10 years, and we are based at the Stirling Theatre in Innaloo.
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