In this inclusive family pantomime, Same Difference Arts presents a collaboration with Pocket Panto’s Dame Ruth for the much-loved classic Cinderella!
Suitable for ages 5+
This hysterical family pantomime follows Cinderella as she struggles to outwit her nasty step sisters, get to the Prince’s Ball and save the enchanted forest. Forced to work hard in the laundry all day, Cinderella stands no chance of attending the royal Ball. Can Buttons and her magical forest friends help Cinderella to achieve her dreams and prove that she has a choice, worth and a voice in this world?
Same Difference have made an inclusive pantomime, that is wonderfully funny and brings contemporary twists to the Christmas pantomime.
Combining fairy-tale enchantment with side-splitting comedy, this year’s panto will leave the whole family entertained and enchanted!
To get tickets, please contact the box office directly.
Box Office for Appleton-le-Street Parish Hall 01653 695117 or email (prefered) firstname.lastname@example.org
Same Difference Arts are pleased to be bringing an inclusive pantomime to Appleton-Le-Street Parish Hall.
We hope to make your experience of the pantomime as fantastic as possible so we will be providing the following for you to take part in, either before or during the show.
A touch tour/familiarisation gives anyone with sensory access needs, a chance to get to know what will happen in the show before they experience it. This might also include handling some of the props. It’s perfect for anyone with low vision, and people with learning disabilities and autism. It will last 20 minutes.
The time of the tour for this venue is: 5:30-5:50 pm
You do not need to book on to this, please just arrive.
We will be bringing iPads which will have the script on, and if you are Deaf or hard of hearing, you can borrow one of our devices and read the script as the show is happening. We will be bringing at least 2 devices to each show.
To confirm use of a device please email Natasha email@example.com with your name and the show venue you are attending.
Some audience members may struggle with the loud and busy pace of the pantomime and may want to go out and take a few moments. We will be touring with bean bags, and creating a quiet space in each venue. There will be signs to show you where the quiet space or relax zone is.
These will describe the set, the actors and their costumes and any important props. The notes will be available to listen to online and to read before/during the show. To find these before you come, please visit www.samedifferencearts.com . There will be copies at the Help Desk when you arrive.
Sometimes it helps to know what’s going to happen in the performance, so the visual story will have images and a short explanation of about what’s going on in each scene.
There will be a large print programme available with information about the show. Please pick this up from the Help Desk as you enter the venue.
Sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
But first, a few good things to know: