The story of Cinderella will grace the stage in New Mills later this month.
The classic fairy tale will entertain audiences young and old in the refurbished Art Theatre in the town.
Cinderella is one of the greatest fairy tales of all time.
Poor Cinders is having a bad time with her two Ugly Sisters when the Prince announces a royal ball will be held at the palace.
Cinderella’s journey to find happiness begins, but she really needs some extraordinary powerful magic from her Fairy Godmother to help her on her way.
This production has music to match the magic, stunning shimmering costumes, a beautiful Cinderella, faithful Buttons, charming Prince, magical Fairy Godmother, two very outrageous Ugly Sisters, plus Bodget and Leggett who are a couple of builders and Hagan the tap-dancing panto horse - they all combine to bring this classic tale to life on the Art Theatre stage.
Does Cinderella go to the ball and live happily ever after?
The two Ugly Sisters
To find out, get comfy in the theatre’s golden velvet seats ready for curtain up, then let the magic begin.
There will be six performances of Cinderella, including three matinees.
The Friends of New Mills Art Theatre have produced pantomimes for more than 40 years and this year Cinderella, packed with singing, dancing and jokes for all the family to enjoy, will carry on the unique tradition of real live panto experience for all ages.
New Mills Art Theatre is entirely run and supported by society volunteers, producing live theatre for the community.
All profits from ticket sales go to support the upkeep of the theatre.
Cinderella will be on stage at the New Mills Art Theatre on Jodrell Street at 7.15pm on Friday, January 28; Friday, February 4, and Saturday, February 5.
There will also be matinees at 2.15pm on Saturday, January 29; Sunday, January 30 and Saturday, February 5.
Visit https://www.nmaods.co.uk/panto for more details.
You can win a family ticket for four people for one of the performances by entering our competition.
Pick up a copy of this week's Glossop Chronicle to find out more.