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CINDERELLA
Set & Costume Design
CINDERELLA
Set & Costume Design
CINDERELLA
Set & Costume Design

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CINDERELLA
Set & Costume Design
CINDERELLA
Set & Costume Design
CINDERELLA
Set & Costume Design
CINDERELLA
Set & Costume Design



CINDERELLA
Set & Costume Design
CINDERELLA
Set & Costume Design

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Cinderella

The Dukes Theatre, Lancaster

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Sarah Punshon

Sally Cookson and Company

Ziad Jabero, Claire Tustin

Jai Morjaria

Dan Steele

The Dukes Lancaster

Joel Fildes

Following the tragic death of her father, Ella is set to work by her stepmother and forced to sleep in the fireplace with the cinders. With no-one to turn to, her only way out lies with the magical birds she finds in the forest. 


With the help of her feathered friends, Ella disobeys her stepmother and dons her best party frock and sparkling Doc marten boots to sneak off to the palace to dance the night away – with a prince! 


But when Ella gets the fright of her life and flees, leaving one solitary boot behind, will the prince ever find her again – and will the boot fit? 


Cinderella: A Fairytale is the first new version of Sally Cookson and Adam Peck’s adaptation of this classic tale since its initial award-winning production by Tobacco Factory Theatre and Travelling Light in Bristol. 

Reviews

Kate Scott’s costumes, especially the ballgowns, are a brilliant riot of colour and fun 

The Stage

As for the space itself, designer Katie Scott has recycled her design from last year, a large wooden box structure with built-in surprises. It works perfectly. Scott may have hit on something here. This is a warm, intimate, in-the-round theatre space, one of the best in the North, and Scott’s Box, as it will no doubt be called in years to come, could be used for almost everything from The Crucible to Waiting for Godot. That’s sustainability in practice.

Nothern Soul

As for the space itself, designer Katie Scott has recycled her design from last year, a large wooden box structure with built-in surprises. It works perfectly. Scott may have hit on something here. This is a warm, intimate, in-the-round theatre space, one of the best in the North, and Scott’s Box, as it will no doubt be called in years to come, could be used for almost everything from The Crucible to Waiting for Godot. That’s sustainability in practice.

Nothern Soul