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Thursday 12 December 2019 until Sunday 15 December 2019

Saint Monica's Players present Cinderella

Chingford Assembly Hall, Station Rd, E4 7EN  

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After the sad closure of the Intimate Theatre in Palmers Green, SMP Theatre are bringing their annual pantomime to Chingford Assembly Hall. Waltham Forest is this year’s London Borough of Culture and Cinderella is the only pantomime to be included in the programme.

Cinderella lives a life constantly terrorised by her ugly sisters & wicked stepmother. Her father is powerless to help & her only comfort is her pal Buttons. The King & Queen want Prince Charming to marry & throw a magnificent ball. Will Cinders go to the ball? Will her sisters bag the Prince? Is there a fairy-tale ending in store? The only way to find out is by coming to see the show!

Featuring all the traditional elements, this pantomime promises to warm the hearts of children of all ages and adults alike. Including a range of hit songs, spectacular dancing and great gags, Cinderella is a fantastic family pantomime that will not disappoint. The show is written and directed by Warren McWilliams, musically directed by Mike Benyon and choreographed by Fay Kemal.

Our fantastic cast boast a wealth of panto experience as well as new blood to the group. The change of venue has allowed us to increase our cast size and we’re pleased to welcome a children’s chorus to our show this year.

The show runs from Thursday December 12th – Sunday 15th 2019 at Chingford Assembly Hall, Station Road, London, E4 7EN with performances at 7.30pm Thursday - Saturday and matinees at 2.30pm on Saturday and Sunday once again we will be performing a matinee on Saturday 14th at 11am with a performance specially tailored for younger children.

Tickets are priced £15 Full/£12 Concessions and available by calling 07708 708 062 or emailing to book. Online booking and payment is available via our website www.smptheatre.co.uk

SMP are an amateur dramatics group who have been performing pantomimes, musicals and plays in and around the Enfield area for nearly 60 years. Our latest shows include Much Ado About Nothing, Spamalot, The Little Mermaid and Snow White.

For additional information please visit our website www.smptheatre.co.uk to read  our weekly show blog, or follow us on Facebook “Saint Monica’s Players (SMP)” or contact Warren McWilliams on 07917 868 439 or at

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Dates and times

Thursday 12 December 7.30pm
Friday 13 December 7.30pm
Saturday 14 December 11.00am
Saturday 14 December 2.30pm
Saturday 14 December 7.30pm
Sunday 15 December 2.30pm
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