Cinderella stars will entertain Barnstaple shoppers

STARS of this year s Queen s Theatre pantomime, Cinderella, will be in Barnstaple town centre on Saturday, September 26 to entertain shoppers with some free festive magic. From 11am Cinderella (Jacquelyn Kent), Buttons (Mark Reeves), the Ugly Sisters (An

STARS of this year's Queen's Theatre pantomime, Cinderella, will be in Barnstaple town centre on Saturday, September 26 to entertain shoppers with some free festive magic.

From 11am Cinderella (Jacquelyn Kent), Buttons (Mark Reeves), the Ugly Sisters (Antony Stuart-Hicks, David Phipps-Davis), and Dandini (Jon Wadey) will all be on hand to brighten up High Street and Green Lanes.

Local entertainer Merlin, who takes a starring role in the panto, will perform his astonishing illusions as seen on ITV's Britain's Got Talent.

There will be an opportunity to win lots of great prizes, including a VIP family ticket to see Cinderella plus a goody bag and family tickets to The Milky Way.


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The day will also include the launch of Barnstaple Town Centre Management's Winter Festival programme featuring spectacular street entertainment and fun for all, plus the announcement of the headline act for the Switch On event on Sunday November 22.

The delightful rags to riches tale of Cinderella runs at the Queen's Theatre in Barnstaple from Thursday, December 10 until Sunday, January 3.

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This sparkling new production features stunning sets, lavish costumes, unforgettable songs, comedy capers and a big dollop of magic, to make for a truly enchanting pantomime this Christmas for all ages.

Tickets for Cinderella are priced from �17.50 to �9.50 with groups and concession rates available. For further information or to book tickets call the Box Office on 01271 32 42 42 or visit www.northdevontheatres.org

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