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Cinderella Giveaway – 2 sets of Family Tickets!


Along with the dance a minute Dandini and our unsung hero Buttons, Cinderella features a glittering combination of everything a traditional pantomime could wish for, a handsome Prince, enchanting Fairy Godmother and the boo-able Ugly Sisters. With a sprinkling of magic from the Fairy Godmother, will Cinderella beat the clock and find the happy ending she deserves?  You’ll have to wait until the clock strikes midnight to find out!

Suzanne Shaw will take the title role of Cinderella, in this year’s festive spectacular.  She will join TV personality Louie Spence as Dandini and comedian Andy Ford as Buttons along with David Roper as Baron Hardup and Liz Robertson as Fairy Godmother.

Cinderella Pantomime at Bristol Hippodrome

Louie Spence (ITV’s Dancing on Ice, Sky TV’s Pineapple Dance Studio and Louie Spence’s Showbusiness) wowed audiences at Milton Keynes Theatre last year by performing the role of Dandini in the pantomime Cinderella, breaking box office records and receiving outstanding reviews.

Louie today said “I can’t wait to get my panto sparkle back on this Christmas. The Bristol Hippodrome is an amazing theatre and I’m sure the audiences and I will have a ball!”

Cinderella Pantomime at Bristol Hippodrome

West Country comedian Andy Ford needs no introduction to Bristol audiences as he returns to his home from home for his fifth Christmas season.

‘This special edition Cinderella is five-star family entertainment packed with a lot of cheek and a ton of fairy dust!’

Leighton Buzzard Observer

Cinderella Pantomime at Bristol Hippodrome

And to help get us all into the festive spirit, The Bristol Hipppodrome has given me 2 sets of family tickets to give away. (Cinderella will not be played by Suzanne Shaw for this performance, due to prior commitments)

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Ticket Details

Performances:  06 Dec 2013 – 05 Jan 2014 performance times vary please check website for details

Tickets: £10 – £35. Concessions available at certain performances

Tel Booking: 0844 871 3012 (bkg fee)

Online Booking: www.atgtickets.com/bristol  (bkg fee)

Group sales: 0844 871 3032



34 comments… add one
  • Mary 11/12/2013, 11:10

    Entering a different world for an hour or two..and the timeless experience of live entertainment instead of all the screen based stuff we are surrounded by.

  • Lisa Hanks 11/12/2013, 10:17

    The look of amazement and giggles from our two girls 😉

  • Emma Stevenson 11/12/2013, 10:12

    Such a good night out, and if kids are with me, it’s seeing their faces light up at what’s on the stage 🙂

  • Amanda 11/12/2013, 10:09

    The Pantomine is the best way for your kids to really get involved in a live show – or perhaps it’s an excuse for Mum!

  • carleen 11/12/2013, 10:07

    The atmosphere is always amazing

  • Viccy Howe 11/12/2013, 10:07

    I love the thrill and excitement of watching a live show with actors just meters away.
    My first theatre trip was to Phantom of the Opera when I was 12. It was such an iconic moment in my childhood

  • katrina maggs 10/12/2013, 22:25

    the best part for me would be not telling the children intill we get there seeing there faces when the show starts watching there faces light up and laugh and also joining in with the songs ..such a great atmosphere and a lovely hippodrome,
    always great shows and great prices always making every customer happy

  • Russell Beake 07/12/2013, 22:07

    The atmosphere being a live show.

  • Annamarie Riddiford 07/12/2013, 12:03

    I love the atmosphere and the fact that it is a rare outing for me

  • Kerry Kilmister 06/12/2013, 12:46

    I love the atmosphere and anticipation – you can’t get close to it anywhere else.

  • leanne williams 06/12/2013, 10:42

    I just love all the singing and laughter

  • christine shelley 04/12/2013, 11:30

    I love the diversity ,from musicals to plays and live chat, love it

  • katrina walsh 03/12/2013, 23:59

    the booing and jeering at the baddies

  • Claire Tucker 03/12/2013, 21:23

    Nice would love to go

  • Lisa Cornfield 28/11/2013, 16:58

    I just love all the singing and laughter. 🙂

  • Lucy Dorrington 28/11/2013, 01:02

    My son’s happy face! I’ve only been able to take him once before, but he loved it so much, I’m sure he would be thrilled to see a pantomime!

  • Bmee 27/11/2013, 23:26

    I love the the atmosphere and the live action going on at a theatre. Little one loved the pantomime last year and as it’s Cinderella I’m sure this’d go down a storm.

  • carly poole 25/11/2013, 21:20

    Love absolutely everything about it 🙂

  • Gemma Williams 25/11/2013, 19:31

    I love the theatre, there is something so magical about the way it appeals to everyone age, gender, class none of it matters, you are all whisked away into the same place. Love love live it xx

  • Liz Smith 25/11/2013, 16:33

    ive never taken the kids to panto but im guessing i wil love their little faces when the curtain goes up x

  • ELAINE JENNINGS 25/11/2013, 16:33

    i always look forward to taking my grandchildren to the theatre, especially going to the panto every christmas.

  • HAZEL 25/11/2013, 16:21

    Just love the atmosphere and live singing LOVE the theatre xxx

  • Sara 25/11/2013, 15:35

    Getting dressed up in glitz and glam and fancy dress (well my 3 year old daughter does the fancy dress part!!)

  • Jo 25/11/2013, 14:39

    My boys have only been once before & loved it, so differant from the cinema etc. It would be great to take them to see a panto.

  • Debbie O'Connor 25/11/2013, 14:26

    It’s just so much more of a spectacle – so much fun x

  • Nathan Kite 25/11/2013, 13:57

    The best thing about going to the hippodrome would be my sons face when the show starts now that he is old enough to enjoy it. I remember how magical it was when I was his age.

  • susan 25/11/2013, 12:54

    i love taking the grandchildren to the theatre at christmas because it reminds me of when i took my children when they were little and my parents taking me as a child ,one of my top favourite memorys

  • Sharon mead 25/11/2013, 11:54

    getting dressed up for the theatre is always fun

  • Carolin 25/11/2013, 11:19

    I don’t even know how to put it in words, but the feeling of being carried away into a completely different world. You feel it most when you come out of the theatre and you feel like you’re back to reality when the doors open, the cars beep and everyone’s rushing around again.

  • GRACE ATKINSON 25/11/2013, 09:21

    I love going to the theatre its so much more intimate than the cinema

  • Wendy Shippam 25/11/2013, 09:18

    The best thing about the theatre is Andy Ford of course!

  • Emily Greentree 25/11/2013, 07:31

    I love the atmosphere, the history, getting some sweets. Sitting in the velvet seats and becoming engrossed with what’s on stage.

  • Craig Rudge 24/11/2013, 23:09

    Well, if its the Hippodrome, its Christmas and that means the mighty Andy Ford!!! Always as great show, at the Hippo.

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