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?
PLAYWRIGHT: June Colledge (Club member).
June's continued updating and adapting of her
scripts, ensured the successful continuation
of traditional family pantomimes by
BHTC in Burgess Hill.
Playwright: June Colledge
Directed by: June Colledge
Production Date: January 1980
Staged: The Martlets, Burgess Hill
Pantomime Production Number: 15
BHTC Production Number: 106
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