Come to the Ball with Cinderella at Hunstanton Town Hall

Come to the Ball with Cinderella at Hunstanton Town Hall

The Hunstanton Pantomime presents Cinderella this Easter.

Written by Em Atkins, the Hunstanton version of the classic tale has more than a nod to some of the Town's characters and with laughs aplenty it is a production for all the family to enjoy.

The Hunstanton Pantomime has been presenting affordable pantomimes at Hunstanton Town Hall since Robin Hood in 2010 and the tradition of giving a free goody bag to each child continues to this day. Normally the pantomimes are performed between Christmas and New Year but because of the Covid pandemic the productions were put on hold for two years and Cinderella had to be postponed until this Easter.

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In true am dram style, all the cast and crew are volunteers and are either working or attending school or college. They started rehearsing in September last year and have worked hard to prepare for their performances.

Panto Director Tony Bishopp (who in previous years has performed himself) said: "With nine days left until showtime we are on the final drive to sell the remaining tickets for this fabulous show and they are available from:  Hunstanton Town Council, Darby’s Boutique (formerly Heroes), Hunstanton Art Shop or evenings and weekends on 07502 437611.

"And it’s amazing value at just £10 for an adult, £7 for a child or £30 for a family of four (2 adults and 2 children).”

Tickets for the following performances are available:

Good Friday 15th April 2pm & 7pm

Easter Saturday 16th April 2pm & 7pm

Easter Sunday 17th April 2pm & 7pm

Easter Monday 18th April 2pm only

Tony added: "Revenue from ticket sales enables us to fund the following year's production and it also allows the pantomime group to donate to local charities including Tapping House Hospice, Hunstanton Lifeboat Station, Great Ormond Street Hospital, the Mayor’s Basement appeal and many more so we hope you will support us again this year.

"Will you be coming to the Ball? - you are all invited!" 

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