FDS - Cinderella poster


A pantomime by Peter Webster
Friday 27 January 2012 - Saturday 28 January 2012
& Friday 3 February 2012 - Saturday 4 February 2012
Faringdon Junior School, 26 Gloucester Street, Faringdon SN7 7HY
Directed by Debbie Lock
Producer: Sandra Keen
Musical Director: Harriet Warner

Performances start 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm. Doors open 30 minutes earlier. Each performance lasts approximately 2½ hours. Matinées on Saturdays only.
Tickets: Adult £8. Child (under 16) £6. No concessions. Tickets were available from our Online Box Office and The Nut Tree, 2 Cornmarket, Faringdon.

cinderella-2012-15Cinderella’s father, the Baron, has a cash-flow problem and decides that the solution is to invite his sister Hysteria and her daughters Nausea and Hernia to move into his castle and share the costs. Sure enough, they do move in but rather than contribute they expect to be waited on hand and foot; forcing Cinderella into doing all of the work. However, for Cinderella there is one bright spot, she has met Prince Charming who has been told to find a wife by his domineering mother the Queen; the Prince has invited her to the palace ball at which he is supposed to make his choice of bride. However, Nausea and Hernia have designs on the Prince, and are determined that Cinderella shall not attend the ball. To complicate matters, Buttons, the Baron’s long suffering servant, is tempted into aiding the sisters nasty little plans.

To find out how all Cinderella’s problems are resolved, helped by her Fairy Godmother and attendant fairies come along to our magical production of Cinderella, featuring song, dance and comedy – and of course, lots of audience participation!

To read more or purchase the script visit the PetePanto.co.uk website.

This version of Cinderella was originally performed by FDS in 2001

Click here to go to our Pantomime Page for general details and an application form.

More information about this ancient folk tale? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinderella



Photographs by Paul Mountford-Lister

Cast (in order of appearance):

Cinderella - Jo Garrard
The Baron - Peter Webster
Buttons - Seb Allum
Fairy Godmother - Verity Roberts
King - Gary Field
Queen - Jo Webster
Prince Charming - Suzanna Carter
Chancellor - Fiona Merrick
Foreign Secretary - Katie Dyet
Boot - Joshua Ascroft
Hysteria - Jeni Summerfield
Nausea - Rob Thorpe
Hernia - Duncan Sinclair
Chorus - Dominic Allum; Becky Arlott; Joseph Armer; Abby Benson; Kayleigh Booth; Olivia Byers; Holly Carlisle; Anna Dyet; Madeline Foster; Benjamin Gee; Courtney Goodwin-Diliberto; Katie Goodwin; Maddie Hancox; Jayne Isham; Addie-Rose Lewis; William Lewis; Emily Marchant; Jake Nicholls; Loren Nicholls; Emma Riddle; Kate Robbins; Aaminah Steele-Bevan; Carole Tappenden; Leo Thrower; Amy Thomas; Molly Westall; Rachel Wright
Fairies - Lottie Allum; Ellie Hickman; Megan Evatt; Neave Caul; Imogen Hunt; Caitlin Nicholls
Musicians - Harriet Warner; Richard Lock; Debra Warner; Alex Warner; Ellie Morton; Martin Waymark

See programme for further details.

Production No.169 (6 shows were performed over 4 days)