Soho Cinders

Soho Cinders

A revival of Stiles and Drewe's musical reworking of the Cinderella story set in the heart of London's Soho. When impoverished launderette owner Robbie becomes romantically involved with engaged Mayoral candidate James Prince, his step-sisters become the least of his problems! James and Robbie’s worlds collide forcing them to fight for their own fairy-tale ending in this hilarious, satirical twist on the classic Cinderella story. The potent mix of politics, sex scandals and true love come together in this contemporary musical with an infections score that you’ll be humming long past the stroke of midnight!

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Book by Anthony Drewe and Elliot Davis
Sasha Regan for Union Productions
Will Keith
Songs by:
Music by George Stiles, Lyrics by Anthony Drewe,
Iain Dennis
Joanne McShane
Cast list:
Josh Lewindon (Robbie), Emily Deamer (Velcro), Lewis Asquith (James Prince), Chris Coleman (Lord Billingham), Michaela Stern (Clodagh), Natalie Harman (Dana), Samuel Haughton (William George), Lowri Walton (Marylin), Meg Matthews, Oliver Bingham, Lance Collins, Harry Wright, Luke Byrne, Matt Morris, Charis Murray, Chloe Polson Davis and Jade Bailey.
Other info:
Musical Direction by Sarah Morrison
Soho Cinders Performance Dates & Times
Previews from: 
Wednesday, 23 November, 2016
Opening date: 
Friday, 25 November, 2016
Available from: 
Wednesday, 21 March, 2018
Thursday, 22 December, 2016
Booking to: 
Thursday, 22 December, 2016

The Union Theatre

Union Theatre Arch 23, Old Union Yard Arches 229 Union Street Southwark SE1 0LR
Nearest tube:
Southward, London Bridge

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Our Soho Cinders Review

George Stiles and Anthony Drewe’s contemporary reworking of the Cinderella story set in the heart of London’s Soho is an enjoyable and good hearted musical that highlights the pair’s ability to craft an original score of memorable tunes stuffed full of witty rhymes. While slightly sophomoric in nature it is most successful in the more upbeat moments rather than its attempts at political satire... Read more

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