Cinderella Rocks its audience in King's Lynn
With catchy songs, a sparkly set and rocking performances from the cast's trio, My First Panto: Cinderella Rocks is well worth a visit.
Performances are taking place at The Workshop, in New Conduit Street, and are suitable for children aged seven and under but older kids and adults alike will enjoy the hour-long show.
Characters Ella, Adina and Lydia are played by Rebecca Levy, Sarah Workman and Rhiannon Hopkins, with wit, comedy and all are multi-talented musicians.
Written by Daniel Burgess, of All In Productions, the performances aim to be interactive and introduce young people to the theatre for the first time with audience members acting as roadies.
The afternoon's performance was attended by deputy borough mayor, Lesley Bambridge and she said: "I thought it was so good, they are very talented. It is very inventive and a new slant on an old story.
"Such talented people."
Audience members are encouraged to tap their feet, get up and join in the dance routines, learn some of the songs and boo and hiss the Ugly Sisters in the right places.
Puppet mice, Squeaker and Nibbles, are used with characters voiced by Peony and Florrie Adams, two young sisters from Norwich.
The cast have great interaction with the audience with some poignant moments and lovely interaction between Ella and the puppet mice.
It is well worth seeing in the lead up to Christmas and is showing every day until next Monday.
Rebecca Levy said: "It is really fun to do and every show is different and so enjoyable and a chance for the young audience to be creative."
For further information visit here theworkshop.org.uk