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Trouble is once again brewing in FairyTaleLand...
The Glass Slipper has been smashed and it is up to Cinderella and her assorted Fairy Tale friends to put things right.
An original play to keep the whole school laughing.
"Paced and pitched so that the children were enthralled without losing focus. You kept 200 children in the palm of your hands for a considerable amount of time. The script was very clever and actors were energetic and enthusiastic. They were able to adapt to responses from the excited audience and were able to 'call order' without leaving characters Lots of hard work producing great outcomes Many thanks!"
Headteacher, St Patrick's Primary School
"The script was the best we've seen so far. The children (all aged 4-7) were able to follow the plot. The actors' management of the children was good, for example, getting the children to stand and sit when the Prince came in."
KS1 Staff, Tenterden Infant School
"It was very humorous and the setting was very good. I loved the auction bit. You included the audience well."
Scarlet and Anton, Year 6 pupils, Claygate Primary School
"The adult staff who watched thoroughly enjoyed the panto - thank you once again."
Katy Brown, KS2 Leader, Claygate Primary School
"The whole school really enjoyed 'The Rise and Fall of the Ugly Sisters' yesterday. It's rare to have a performance that interests and amuses both Reception up to Year 6 - credit to the superb acting and humour. All the staff thought it was great too - an added bonus. Thank you to you all - will definitely book you again!"
Caroline Smith, The Royal Kent School
"Wow! What great things the children and staff were saying, it was 100% positive from everyone! Thank you for a brilliant performance, I'm so glad we were able to have you at Dovelands!"
Katy Williams, Dovelands Primary School
It's the classic story of Cinderella...
...with a few Hobgoblin twists.