Review: Cinderella At Greenwich Theatre

Review: CinderElla Greenwich Theatre

Review: CinderElla Greenwich Theatre

It’s that time of the year where the days become drawn and dark early and chilly which can mean a few things,
Hibernation season kick back in the evening with a furry onesie and hot chocolate, along with some Christmas films.

Sweaters hats and gloves not to mention high socks with riding boots a must buy every year!

Not only that but the time for panto, oh no it isn’t oh yes it is so when Greenwich Theatre offered me the chance to go and see Cinderella I was excited to see the monkey and KKs reaction to seeing it.

James Keningale and Louise Young in Cinderella, Greenwich Theatre, photo Robert Day
Louise Young Cinderella James Keningale Buttons Photo credits Robert Day
We had decent seats and monkey stayed calm. We were greeted by a beautiful fairy, played by Michelle Hopewell the bright colours and glitter caught monkey’s eye, and she was interested The pantomime was fantastically executed and even when there were slip-ups it made it more endearing and funny. I have to say I had a soft spot for James Keningale who plays Buttons such a kind and loving friend to Louise Young Cinderella or shall we say, Ella. KK and I were hoping for a switch in a possible outcome that Ella and buttons would fall in love and live happily ever after
James Keningale in Cinderella, Greenwich Theatre, photo Robert Day
James Keningale Buttons Photo credits Robert Day
The ugly sisters played by Anthony Spargo as Kylie And Lizzy Dive as Mylie was a fantastic pairing and reminded me of several films and actors which made it even more enthralled and so much more funnier. I loved how they were like Marmite one minute you didn’t like them, the next you were crying with laughter. I have to say it was a close tongue in cheek where it kept adults and children thoroughly entertained
The ugly sisters played by Anthony Spargo as Kylie And Lizzy Dive as Mylie
Photo credits Robert Day

The lighting kept Monkey focused and she especially liked it when the glitter ball spread around the room. It was a lovely atmosphere, and even more so Monkey was relaxed.

A must see Panto I don’t know why I let the banner add put me off as Its brilliant

click the image above If you would also like to see Cinderella you can grab your tickets from  Greenwich Theatre from Friday 17 November 2017 – Sunday 7 January 2018

TICKETS
Adults £29 (£28 ticket plus £1 booking fee)
Concs £20 (£19 ticket plus £1 booking fee)
All children’s tickets half price!

5 stars
FANTASTIC 5 STARS
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