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Cinderella Pantomime

Cinderella Pantomime

Wednesday 30 November to Sunday 4 December 2022

Based under the arches of Waterloo station, next to The Vaults, Network Theatre’s modern re-telling of Cinderella is one for all the family to enjoy featuring an up-and-coming cast of actors and modern hits from across the 80s, 90s and 2000’s.

Big on laughs, but true to form, this is a classic rags-to-riches story following Cinderella who lives at the beck and call of her wicked stepmother and ugly stepsisters. With the help of her Fairy Godmother, Cinderella meets her one true love, but is left holding her slipper at the stroke of midnight. 

Will Prince Charming reunite with Cinderella? Will the wicked stepsisters stop true love? With lots of originality, audience participation, slapstick routines and traditional business, this performance is not to be missed.

Tickets are £12 online and £15 on the door and £7 for children, and are available to purchase now on the Network Theatre website.


Wednesday 30 November, 7.30pm

Thursday 1 December, 7.30pm

Friday 2 December at 7.30pm

Saturday 3 December at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Sunday 4 December at 2.30pm

Book your tickets now:

  • : current/future_show
  • : 575775
  • : Network Theatre
  • : 30/11/2022
  • : SE18SJ
  • : 04/12/2022
  • : Greater London
  • : Alan Frayn
  • :
  • : 12.50
Flowers for Mrs Harris

Flowers for Mrs Harris

This is the story of one woman’s dream of achieving the impossible.

For Ada Harris, day-to-day life is spent cheerfully cleaning houses. But when she happens upon something that takes her breath away, something deep within her awakens and she sets off on a journey that will change her life.

From the cobbled streets of post-war London to the magical avenues of Paris and beyond, Ada transforms the lives of everyone she meets along the way, but can she let go of her past and finally let her own life blossom?

Flowers for Mrs Harris had its World Premiere at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield in May 2016, directed by Daniel Evans and transferred to the Chichester Festival in 2018. Winner of the UK Theatre Awards 2016 for Best Musical Production, Best Performer in a Musical (Clare Burt as Ada Harris) and Best Design, this new musical is certainly not to be missed!

Based on the novel by Paul Gallico

A musical by Richard Taylor and Rachel Wagstaff

Book by Rachel Wagstaff

Music and Lyrics by Richard Taylor

An amateur production by arrangement with

  • : current/future_show
  • : 40640
  • : The Montgomery
  • : 27/04/2022
  • : S12LG
  • : 30/04/2022
  • : Yorkshire
  • : Based on the novel by Paul Gallico. A musical by Richard Taylor and Rachel Wagstaff
  • :
  • : £16
  • : 01142658688
Bette and Joan

Bette and Joan

Directed by Scott James

Once grande dames of Hollywood by 1962 Bette Davies and Joan Crawford were in danger of becoming has-beens. Then an opportunity came along: to appear together in a new movie – ‘Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?’ Was their violent hatred of each other as rival sisters in the movie just an act? Come and see the story of these duelling divas in a play which is poignant , tragic and deliciously hilarious. ‘Absolutely hilarious – touching, funny and sad ’Audience feedback from UK Tour


Bette Davies       Pauline Armour

Joan Crawford   Donna  Dawson

  • : current/future_show
  • : 40216
  • : Bromley Little Theatre
  • : 26/01/2022
  • : BR11SB
  • : 30/01/2022
  • : Greater London
  • : Anton Burge
  • :
  • : 12