ASSEMBLY HALL THEATRE’S PANTOMIME ‘CINDERELLA’ IS OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED!

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By AGidney | Wednesday, September 15, 2010, 18:24

Ex - Eastenders TV star Shaun Williamson spent Saturday afternoon amongst the crowds at Bewl Water, Lamberhurst signing autographs and posing for a few pictures.

 

Shaun, the energetic and affable TV Star was there to officially launch this year’s Pantomime ‘Cinderella’ which is being  hosted at the Assembly Hall Theatre from Saturday 11th December 2010 through to Sunday 2nd January 2011. Shaun ever the man for an opportunity also launched the 13th annual Dragon Boat Festival.

 

Shaun said “I am really looking forward to playing Buttons in Cinderella at the Assembly Hall this year and I was delighted to be invited to also launch the Dragon Boat Festival. It was great to see everyone having fun on the water and raising lots of money for local charities.” 

The most magic fairytale of them all will be brought to life from page to stage in a spectacular production complete with stunning scenery, spectacular costumes and plenty of laughs.

 

Joining Shaun on stage will be Emma Nowell in the role of Cinderella.  Presenter of  the children’s TV show Hi-5, Emma also played Linda in Blood Brothers, both in the West End and the UK Tour and gained roles in feature films including Suzy in Rise of a Footsoldier and Stacey in Rollin with the Nines.  Emma has also been a backing vocalist for various music industry artists and performed on Top of the Pops and Eurovision.

 

Tickets priced at £15 are available from the Assembly Hall Box office on 01892 530613/01892 532072 or go online at www.assemblyhalltheatre.co.uk . There is a 20% early bird discount offer available for tickets booked before 30 September  – offer excludes Opening Night, Christmas Eve and Boxing Day and cannot be combined with other offers.

 

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