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Fri 03 Dec 2021 - Sun 02 Jan 2022

Cinderella

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Times
7:00pm, 5:30pm Sat, 5:45pm Tue

Venue Main House, York Theatre Royal

Matinee(s)10:30am Wed, 11:00am Fri, 11:45am Sun, 1:00pm Sun, 2:30pm Wed, 3:00pm Fri

Price From £15.00

Cinderella

Fri 03 Dec 2021 - Sun 02 Jan 2022

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Dates

Fri 03 Dec 2021 - Sun 02 Jan 2022

Times

7:00pm, 5:30pm Sat, 5:45pm Tue

Matinee(s)

10:30am Wed, 11:00am Fri, 11:45am Sun, 1:00pm Sun, 2:30pm Wed, 3:00pm Fri

Running Time

Venue

Main House, York Theatre Royal

Price

From £15.00

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A NEW SPECTACULAR FAMILY PANTO

We’re having a ball and everyone’s invited

York Theatre Royal presents the most magical pantomime of all, Cinderella!

In this timeless rags to riches story, relocated to our very own city of York, expect magical transformations, sparkling sets, stunning costumes, catchy songs and heaps of hilarity.

Our brand new pantomime will be a fabulous fun-filled treat for your whole family. Join us for a lavish, spectacular production where everyone can have a ball.

Don’t be late, get your tickets before the clock strikes midnight!


EARLY BIRD OFFER: SAVE £5 ON TOP PRICE TICKETS (BANDS 1 & 2) IF YOU BOOK BEFORE THURSDAY 31 DECEMBER

FAMILY TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR ALL PERFORMANCES FROM JUST £100 ON TOP PRICE SEATS

Simply add your Early Bird Adult and Under 18 tickets to the basket and your family ticket discount will be automatically applied. Our family ticket offer is not valid on band 3 and 4 tickets or in conjunction with any other offer, discount or concession. Limited to one family ticket per customer.

GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE ONLINE OR VIA OUR BOX OFFICE. DISCOUNTS FOR SCHOOLS ALSO AVAILABLE – PLEASE CONTACT BOX OFFICE.

Credits

Produced by

York Theatre Royal and Evolution Productions

Written by

Paul Hendy with additional material by David Reed

Directed by

Juliet Forster