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Cinderella

Cinderella (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T0601378848. Details of all Cinderella archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01199906373

Archive Listings

18 Aug 21
  to
12 Jun 22
Gillian Lynne Theatre
West End, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive

Details

Cinderella archiveWelcome to Belleville! The most aggressively picturesque town in the history of the world, populated exclusively with gorgeous townsfolk who stop at nothing to achieve perfection. Belleville is fairy tale come to life: a place where you can't move without falling over a wishing well or a quivering milkmaid. Maintaining this façade is a full time job, and one that is taken very seriously indeed. The only person steadfastly refusing to live in the fairy tale is Cinderella, loud-mouthed, dripping with disdain, and more likely to roast Hansel and Gretel for dinner than play the demure and downtrodden maid, Cinderella is desperate to escape. But underneath it all, the loneliness that comes with being the town pariah is wearing on her. It doesn't help that her only friend, Prince Sebastian, has suddenly become the heir to the throne after the mysterious disappearance of his elder brother: sex god and charisma machine, Prince Charming. Suddenly thrust into the spotlight, the formerly shy and somewhat-less-sex-goddish Sebastian seems to be quickly growing into his brother's enormous britches, and out of his friendship with Cinderella. But this change of circumstances also introduces something else to the relationship, a new spark which neither of them quite know what to do with. Could it be that these two old friends mean more to one another than they are willing to let on? After a devastating PR disaster for Belleville, and with the threat of the guillotine glinting on the horizon, the Queen decides that the only thing to save the town (and her pretty neck) is a Royal Wedding: something colourful and distracting so the peasants don't get too revolution-y. All looks lost for the blossoming romance, until Cinderella meets The Godmother, who can fix any problem with a little incision and a couple of broken ribs. Maybe the answer lies where Cinderella has been refusing to look: in becoming the identikit beauty that everyone has always told her to be. World Premiere. A complete reinvention of the classic fairytale. Cinderella website.

Cast/Performers

Carrie Hope Fletcher (Cinderella), Victoria Hamilton-Barritt (Stepmother), Ivano Turco (Prince Sebastian), Rebecca Trehearn (The Queen), Gloria Onitiri (The Godmother), Georgina Castle (Stepsister - Marie), Laura Baldwin (Stepsister - Adele), Michael Afemare, Lydia Bannister, Michelle Bishop, William Bozier, Lauren Byrne, Sophie Camble, Tobias Charles, Vinny Coyle, Nicole Deon, Jonathan David Dudley, Dominic Adam Griffin, Michael Hamway, James Lee Harris, Leah Harris, Kate Ivory Jordan, Kelsie-Rae Marshall, Georgina Onuorah (who will play the role of Cinderella at certain performances), Andy Rees, Alexandra Waite Roberts, Sam Robinson, Giovanni Spano, Lauren Stroud, Georgia Tapp, Matthieu Vinetot

Creatives/Company

Music(s): Andrew Lloyd Webber, John Rigby (musical supervisor), John Rigby (musical supervisor)
Book by: Emerald Fennell
Lyrics: David Zippel
Director: Laurence Connor
Design: Gabriela Tylesova
Costume: Gabriela Tylesova
Choreographer: JoAnn M Hunter
Sound: Gareth Owen
Lighting: Bruno Poet

Reviews

No UKTW or User reviews available.
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