HATS will be putting on a production of Cinders by David Tristram at the end of January.
The classic all-time favorite will provide an evening of fun with the traditional characters, lots of songs, dances and a few “it’s behind you” moments.
Prince Charming is played by Bethany Winfield, an accomplished actress who is following in her mother’s footsteps. For not only did her mother Linda Winfield, win best actress a few years back, but she also played the part of Prince Charming numerous times.
Bethany also won best young actress recently in a national competition. So it’s like mother, like daughter, as the saying goes.
Rehearsals are going well and HATS of Henlow Theatre hope to entertain hundreds of people during the seven shows which will take place at the following times: Friday, January 30 at 7.30pm, Saturday, January 31 at 2pm and 7.30pm, Sunday, February 1 at 2pm, Friday, February 6 at 7.30pm and Saturday, February 7 at 2pm and 7.30pm.
Total ticket sales from the opening night are being donated to Diabetes UK.
Linda’s son Oliver Winfield has suffered with Type 1 diabetes since the age of six, so it was felt that this year, Diabetes UK, should be the charity of choice.
Henlow Theatre is based at Henlow Camp, next to the Post Office. It has 100 comfortable tiered seats, a licensed bar and disabled access.
Doors open 30 minutes prior to each performance. Tickets cost £8, concessions £6 and family tickets (2+2) are also available.
Meanwhile at Milton Keynes Theatre, Peter Pan the pantomime, starring Bradley Walsh continues.
Tickets are avilable from the box office or by visiting www.atgtickets.com
Over at the Gordon Craig Theatre their production of Aladdin also continues. Tickets can be purchased by visiting www.gordon-craig.co.uk