Cinderella pantomime at Cadbury House this Christmas
The Pantomime is as much of a British Christmas tradition as a huge turkey or the Queen's Speech, and theclub at DoubleTree by Hilton, Cadbury House is again honouring the custom this December.
The Pantomime is as much of a British Christmas tradition as a huge turkey or the Queen’s Speech, and one exclusive South West health club is again honouring the custom this December.
theclub at DoubleTree by Hilton, Cadbury House is planning its annual Pantomime with this year’s production to be the much loved classic - Cinderella.
Taking place on Wednesday 29 December, between 12-2pm, the show is being staged by Chaplin’s Panto Company in thegreatroom at thehotel.
Children’s imaginations will be captured by the story of Cinderella; they will be transported to the home of Baron Hardup where they will meet their hero Prince Charming, roar with laughter at the hilarious Buttons and boo the Horrible Step-Sisters ‘Fifi & Lala’.
Manager of theclub Jason Eaton said: “Pantomime is so much fun for all the family and following last year’s success we’re really looking forward to this year’s performance.”
With a limited number of tickets available Jason is recommending anyone wanting to share the magic of the show to get in touch soon.
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He added: “With comedy and adventure the children will be thoroughly entertained throughout the two-hour show. Interaction is guaranteed so expect lots of shouting, cheering and booing and from previous years experience the parents enjoy it as much as the children!”
Tickets for the show are �5 for members of theclub and �6 for non-members with children’s tickets starting from �4.The show lasts for two hours with an interval mid way through the show.
To book tickets or for more information on Cadbury House call 01934 834343 or visit http://www.cadburyhotelbristol.co.uk/