Producing Company: Oxford Playhouse
Patrons with small children are invited to bring their own booster seat or cushion, as the Playhouse has a limited supply
Creche: Don't miss out on going to the ball! If you have children too young to see Cinderella, why not leave them at our creche whilst you enjoy the show with the rest of your family? Our creche is run by fully qualified nursery staff from ABC Nurseries.
Tuesday 21 December: 11am and Wednesday 5 January: 2pm - £6 per child. Book by phone 01865 305305
Shop and Drop: For those aged 7 to 12 years. Drop the children off to watch the panto with a registered chaperone while you get the shopping done! Sunday 2 January: 2pm £5 on top of the ticket price (includes a free interval ice cream) Book by Phone 01865 305305
Audio Described performance: Saturday 8 January: 2pm Touch Tour: 12.30pm. Please call 01865 305305 to book specifically for audio description service.
Click here to view the leaflet for Cinderella
Cinderella has lost her glass slipper in the Ashmolean and needs your help to find it! Without her slipper, she will never win the heart of her Prince Charming!
Find the slipper in the Ashmolean and be in with a chance of winning a family ticket to see Cinderella on Friday 31 December at 11am. Winners will receive their tickets, interval ice creams, programmes as well as a chance to meet some of the cast after the show!
Right, so how can I take part?
From Saturday 18 December to Thursday 23 December (excluding Monday), Cinderella’s shoe will be in a different location each day in the Ashmolean. So you can take part on any day you chose!
Each day a clue will be released on our Facebook page, Twitter and through Jack FM, directing treasure hunters to the location of Cinders’ shoe in the Ashmolean!
OK, then what?
Work out the clue and find the shoe in the Ashmolean. Once you have found the shoe, you must text Jack FM with the word written on the star next to the shoe!
Winners will be contacted in the next couple of days. Entrants must leave the shoe in its location and simply text in the word on the star to Jack FM.
An Oxford Playhouse Pantomime
Cinderlla was the 2010/2011 panto. Please click here for this year's panto.
Tick, tock, tick, tock, panto time is fast approaching. Don't miss out on what promises to be the biggest and best party in the land!
Cinders is but a lowly housemaid with two rather ugly sisters. The handsome prince is looking for a bride. Will true love take its course (assisted by our heroine's Fairy Godmother and the broken-hearted Buttons)? Can Cinders compete with her sisters to win the heart of the kingdom's most eligible bachelor? And, who knew getting your feet measured could be so important?
Legendary panto-maker Peter Duncan returns to the Playhouse for the fifth year running having previously delighted audiences with non- stop fun, great actors, memorable songs and plenty of audience participation.
You and your whole family are guaranteed to have a ball at this year's Oxford Playhouse pantomime. Cinderella is one of the best-loved fairy tales of all time, bursting with boos, cheers, songs and laughter. This is one festive bash you don't want to be late for!
Hurry; get your tickets while you can (but be careful not to lose a shoe on the way)!
Here is my prescription for the perfect Christmas. But be warned, like some medicines, it could prove addictive...
Oxford Mail Read the full review
This is a classic pantomime with just the right amount of gestural, political satire for the parents and teachers (a few digs at the Coalition should raise a titter) and an abundance of sweets, foam pies and sing-alongs for the kids.
The Stage - Read the full review
Fantastic performance – funny for all the family!! Audience member
Superb! Fantastic! Excellent! Just a few words to describe this wonderful performance! Loved every second of it, so funny and inventive! Audience member
Best one yet (I’ve seen them all!!) Audience member
Venue: Main Stage | Category: Family | Running Time: : 2hrs 20min (includes 20 min interval)