Directed by: Robert G Newton assisted by Anthony Hole
Production Date: January 1965
Playwright: T E D Lewis
Group: The Downlands
Staged: The Park Centre, Burgess Hill
Diane Champ & Pauline Champ
Baron De Broke
Basil the Donkey
Mollie Petrie Baker
Cinderella is treated like a slave by her evil stepmother and horrid step sisters.
Stopped from going to the palace ball, Cinderella is visited by her fairy godmother, who with the aid of some clever magic, makes Cinderella a beautiful ball gown with matching glass slippers. Warned to be home before the clock strikes twelve, Cinderella has such a wonderful time dancing with the hansome Prince Charming, she forgets and in her rush to get away, she leaves one glass slipper on the stair.
Can Prince Charming find the owner and marry his true love?
BHTC NOTES: Many members of this Downlanders production were BHTC members and seemingly after this production, the group amalgamated with Burgess Hill Theatre Club.
For the purposes of recording the number of BHTC Pantomimes, this production has not been counted - Click here to see the first 'official' BHTC Pantomime, 'Puss In Boots' (1966),