Cinderella

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Gaiety Theatre, Sunday 26th November - Sunday 7th January

This year’s ‘150th’ Gaiety Pantomime is none other than the most loved fairytale of them all… ‘Cinderella’…!

Bursting at the seams with Panto antics, song and dance, breathtaking costumes and mesmerising magic, this updated rags to riches tale will show us what dreams are really made of…And a dream isn’t just a wish your heart makes…!

As always, true love finds a way and good conquers evil in this enchanting story, because there’s no room for bullies at the ball…
So, if the shoe fits, then please join us for the biggest, the best and most magical Panto of them all, ‘Cinderella’… celebrating ‘150’ years of Panto at the Gaiety…!

And don’t forget, this is no ordinary Panto…
It’s the Gaiety Panto…!


Date:
Sunday 26th November - Sunday 7th January
Time:
Varies
Price:
From €21
Address:
The Gaiety Theatre, King Street South, Dublin 2, Ireland

Google Map of The Gaiety Theatre, King Street South, Dublin 2, Ireland

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