Producers of this year’s Lincoln Drill Hall pantomime are promising audiences a show packed with songs, comedy and even a flying unicorn.
After last year’s sell-out Peter Pan show, Jaime Marcus Productions is returning with one of the most-loved fairytales of all time, Cinderella.
The show runs from December 6 until January 4.
The company said: “The production will be a spectacular traditional pantomime, packed full of well-known songs, fantastic comedy and for the first time in Lincoln, a spectacular carriage and flying unicorn will take Cinderella to the Royal ball!
“Lincoln Drill Hall is delighted to welcome back by popular demand Adam Fox as ‘Buttons’ and James Campbell as the ugly sister ‘Lady Domestos’, in this magical tale of rags to riches.”
Pupils from Lincoln Minster School and Monks Abbey were treated with a mini performance from some of the stars of the show on September 19, in celebration of the Cinderella launch.
Tickets for the show start from £12 and family tickets start at £72.
A number of other exciting acts are performing at the Lincoln Drill Hall in the next few months. Many will be run on a pay as you decide scheme as part of the venue’s Be a Brick campaign – a response to reductions in funding.