‘Cinderella’ is sure to delight this year
The Christmas season wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Cork’s favourite traditional family pantomime at the Everyman.
The 650-seat Victorian theatre on MacCurtain Street this Christmas presents the magical tale of
The family favourite panto will certainly bring the beau l old theatre alive from this coming Saturday, December 1.
CADA Performi Arts Academy has entertai d fami with their pant mimes at the Everyman for the last 24 years.
Its fantastic team returns with a hilarious script, fresh ideas, and even more magic, music and colour.
Everyone is being invited to join Cinderella and all the gang for the adventure of a lifetime which is guaranteed to entertain the whole family with heaps of audience participation and the funniest of jokes.
The pantomime is produced by Catherine Mahon-Buckley and stars Zoe Talbot as Cinderella, along with Ross Macleod as Prince Charming.
Jimmy Brockie is Buttons, Ciarán Bermingham is the Fairy Godm i l e Fionula Linehan and Michael Sands take the roles of the ugly sisters Germoline and Chlorine. Michael Ryan is the Baron, Michael Greene is Dandini and April Kelly Hackett features as the Spirit of Gooseland.
Tickets are priced from €28 but the fami price (four tickets) is from €100.
Wonderful Wednesday shows (December 5, 12, and 19, are priced at €20, available online from www.everymancork.com or from the box office, phone 021-4501673.
Zoe Talbot as Cinderella and Ross Macleod as Prince Charming in the panto starting this Saturday at the Everyman Theatre