Socially distanced ‘Cinderella’ pantomime to open at the Turbine Theatre
Will Prince Charming be allowed to visit Cinderella's home?
Following a season of theatre on a jetty, the Turbine Theatre will reopen its doors later this year. The off-West End theatre will open with Cinderella: The Socially Distanced Ball, written by Jodie Prenger and Neil Hurst.
Adapting the well-known fairytale for an adult audience, Jodie Prenger and Neil Hurst's new work will premiere at the Turbine Theatre. Lizzy Connolly directs, with performances from 5 to 23 December.
Rufus Hound will star in the show, previously appearing in Everybody's Talking About Jamie as Hugo/Loco Channelle. The cast is completed by Oscar Conlon-Morrey, Debbie Kurup, Scott Paige, Sean Parkins and Daisy Wood Davis.
The Turbine Theatre opened in Battersea in August 2019, championing new theatre and British premieres.
Cinderella: The Socially-Distanced Ball is at the Turbine Theatre from 5 to 23 December.
Photo credit: Cinderella Artwork (Photo courtesy of Emma Holland PR)
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