22nd November - 12th January 2020
Tuesday - Sunday
Tue - Sat 7.30pm
Sat & Sun 3.30pm
Early Bird £20
Early Bird seats are General Admission seats at a special advance rate
General Admission £25
Charming Seats £35
Charming ticket holders will be seated next to the performance space in reserved seats with individual seats interspersed with tables
Genearl Admission ticket holders will be seated on bar stools within the pub floor area and in rows of raked theatre-style seating on the sides. You may select your own seats on arrival subject to availability
90 mins with no interval
(Plus optional post-show karaoke)
Latecomers shall not be admitted
Suitable for Ages 12+
To speak to the box office, please call 0844 815 7141
For access tickets, please call 0333 320 1663
Warning - Contains some strong language
Entrance to CINDERELLA is via our Launcelot Street entrance
Dinner is Coming
by Luke Barnes and Not Too Tame
Directed by Jimmy Fairhurst
The Great British pantomime, staged in a traditional English pub! This unique twist on the Cinderella story sees all the characters you know, love and hate colliding in a local boozer, where the audience are welcomed to the heart of the action to witness pints spilled, mates pulled and hearts poured out on the karaoke.
Crammed with live music, mayhem and a touch of midnight magic, Cinderella will have you dancing in the aisles and laughing your baubles off. Think The Royle Family meets Elf, in a bespoke pub theatre within The Vaults complex beneath Waterloo station.
Award-winning theatre company Not Too Tame have teamed up with top theatre and TV writer Luke Barnes for this acclaimed new version of the classic Cinderella story, which premiered to rave reviews on a national tour last year.
So, get your mistletoe out, buy a drink from the on-stage bar, and shake your tinsel for some spectacular festive entertainment, because Cinderella is coming to town.
**** The Stage
"Full of Christmas cheer… a fun night out from start to finish"
“A Christmas cracker! One of the funniest festive shows currently being staged”
British Theatre Guide
Presented by James Seabright