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A Very Very Bad Cinderella

7 January 2024
Tickets from £32.00
Running time 1 hour 45 minutes
Age recommendation 16+
Trigger warnings Frequent strong language, sexual references and innuendo, drug references, audience participation, loud noises, flashing lights.



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With an uplifting feel and a spicy kick, this is definitely not one to miss!” – West End Best Friend

If you are looking for a fun night out, this show is a must!” – Curtain Call Reviews

“A very very fun night out. Prepare to be offended and delighted in equal measure” – The Spy In The Stalls

A love letter to musical theatre” – LondonTheatre1

The Other Palace presents a musical parody so naughty it could turn anyone into A Very Very Bad Cinderella!

Cinderella? Loses a shoe, marries a Prince, blah, blah, blah… whatever! We’ve seen the story, read the book, and endured many a dodgy pantomime version. But who do we really go to see? You know who they are, those ‘Ugly B**ches’ who have us in stitches’. We love them, we hate them… the filthy tramps. This is the ‘Real’ Cinderella story direct from the mucky mouths of the ladies that were there. So, lock up your Sons, and all of your Misters, Look out London, it’s the UGLY SISTERS.

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Featuring loads of songs lovingly ripped off from the repertoire of those West End Wendy’s. You think you know the story of precious little Cinderella? Think again! Join us at The Other Palace for the naughtiest, stagey-est, panto-packed show in London.

Photo credit: Danny Kaan
Photo credit: Danny Kaan
Photo credit: Danny Kaan
Photo credit: Danny Kaan
Photo credit: Danny Kaan
Photo credit: Danny Kaan
Photo credit: Danny Kaan
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Veronica Green
Imelda Warren-Green
May Tether
Keanna Bloomfield

Writers: Neil Hurst & Jodie Prenger
Director: Lizzy Connolly
Set & Costume Designer: Reuben Speed
Lighting Designer: Jack Weir
Video Designer: Sam Diaz
Sound Designer: Rob Atkinson
Musical Director: Lauren Hopkinson

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