‘Cin­derella’ is sure to de­light this year

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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

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