Panto star plans to have a ball with Cinders
PANTO season seems a long way off but one theatre s star-studded cast has meant tickets are already selling fast. Milton Keynes Theatre has secured Corrie actor Bradley Walsh and EastEnders Kacey Ainsworth for this year s pantomime which will be Cinderel
PANTO season seems a long way off but one theatre's star-studded cast has meant tickets are already selling fast.
Milton Keynes Theatre has secured Corrie actor Bradley Walsh and EastEnders' Kacey Ainsworth for this year's pantomime which will be Cinderella.
Comedian Bradley Walsh is looking forward to starring as Cinderella's best friend, Buttons. Bradley is currently one of television's hottest stars, recently winning the British Soap Award for best dramatic performance for his role as Danny Baldwin in Coronation Street.
He is no stranger to pantomime, and is well-known for having the audiences rolling in the aisles with laughter as he adds his own mischievous ad-libs to the script!
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Playing Cinderella's Fairy Godmother, the much-loved actress Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo from EastEnders) will be sprinkling her fairy dust magic to make sure Cinderella does go to the ball despite the best efforts of Cinderella's hilariously horrible Ugly Sisters.
It runs from December 7 until January 21. Call 0870 060 6652 for tickets.
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