Grant Cartwright has been cast as Cinderella in Slipped the Panto at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern this Christmas 

The Big Society Ball has arrived in VauxhallLand and Cinderella, desperate to attend and  hopefully find love, has wangled her way to the party in her best new frock and a pair of Gucci knock offs, but the story doesn’t follow the traditional path (obvs). Featuring a fixated prince, a pair of evil anti-geniuses in the form of the Step mother and Step sister and a fairy godmother with some anger management issues, Slipped takes a path through the lost chapters of Cinderella.

But, can the downtrodden beauty Cinderella find love and finally get off Spinstagram and is her Prince even interested in her or just obsessed with her Jimmy Choo’s?

Will her Evil Step-Sister and Step Mum finally get their hands on the magic shoe in the hope of bagging a meal ticket for life (Oh you thought they were sisters? Sheesh, look closer)

And will the fairy Godmother, caught between Middle Earth and Middlesbrough, who’s had a wandful of everyone’s demands and never gets round to eating her Nandos EVER get a lie down, thank you very much!

Find out in Slipped – Cinderella rebooted.

Althea Burey will be playing The Grufallo’s Child in Tall Stories Theatre Company production of The Grufallo’s Child at The Lowry Theatre and then touring to asia. Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia from November to March

The Gruffalo said that no gruffalo should

Ever set foot in the deep dark wood. . .

Follow the Gruffalo’s Child on her adventurous mission in Tall Stories’ enchanting adaptation of the much-loved picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.

One wild and windy night the Gruffalo’s Child ignores her father’s warnings about the Big Bad Mouse and tiptoes out into the deep dark wood. She follows snowy tracks and encounters mysterious creatures – but the Big Bad Mouse doesn’t really exist… does he?

Let your imagination run wild with songs, laughs and scary fun for everyone aged 3 to 103.

Cassandra Hercules & Charlotte Green will be appearing in Home Truths – Lest We Forget performing at Greenwich Theatre in October and November 

From pre-war Britain in 1914 to the race riots of 1919 we follow the lives of William James, a black British soldier and Edith Booth, a white Northerner new to London. When William and Edith fall in love during one of Britain’s most devastating periods in history they thought their hardest battle would be surviving the war, but fighting prejudice on the home front proves almost as challenging. This November, following a research and development process last year, Home Truths will be presenting the full length production of its brand new play, Lest We Forget.

Brett Sinclair, Althea Burey & Maya-Nika Bewley will be taking  Newsrevue to the West End – performing at the Arts Theatre in October 

NewsRevue is a national and international satirical news-based song and sketch show lampooning everyone from the spheres of politics and celebrity.

The format is simple: take two boys, two girls, a director, a musical director (a post previously held by Bill Bailey) and a team of writers. Allow to simmer for nine days and then cut out about forty sketches, songs and gags, then serve for four nights a week over a 6 week period. Repeat with a new team throughout the year.

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