Cinderella

Family Event
Sat 14th August 2021
Cinderella, Live on the Lawn, Burton Constable Hall, Hull
From £5

New for 2021 is the classic tale of Cinderella! With a wicked stepmother and two jealous stepsisters, Cinderella is enslaved and in rags.

Luckily, her fairy godmother appears and magically transforms her reality into a dream come true!

Will Prince Charming be enough to distract her from the wrath of her enraged stepmother and sisters when the spell wears off at midnight?

Gary Starr Pantomimes are original and fully interactive. Filled with songs and dances, their actors will encourage the audience to participate and interact with the characters.

Each performance lasts around 1 hour with character walkabouts in between performances for photo opportunities. 

Your ticket includes entry into the Grounds which is open from 10am-5pm, so you can spend the whole day at Burton Constable enjoying the various walks and trails around the parkland, as well as refreshments at Stables Kitchen.

Event Information:

Date - 14th August

Time - Show times - 12, 2, & 4pm. Hall & Grounds open 10am-5pm

Parking - Main car park (free). Disabled parking/drop-off available. 

Toilets - Facilities on site. 

This is an outdoor production, as part of Live on the Lawn, so please bring your own chair or blanket to sit on, a picnic to dig into, and dress for the weather!

Stables Kitchen will be offering catering in the form of food and drinks. Alcohol will be available to purchase but you must not bring your own alcohol onto our premises. 

No refunds will be issued unless severe weather conditions threaten the health & safety of our staff, performers and visitors. Refunds will be issued if the performance is cancelled for other issues. 

Covid-19 guidelines may still apply. 

Please, read all of the information provided carefully, before choosing to book.

Contact Information:

E. joelpeart@burtonconstable.com

T. 01964 508163

All other information: Live On The Lawn

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