The Scouse Cinderella
  • UK Regional & Tours

After the smash hit success of The Scouse Nativity in 2017, the Royal Court Christmas gang are taking on another classic!

Like all of the Royal Court Christmas shows, this one is for the grown-ups so leave the kids at home (unless you want them to learn a few new words).

Baron Joe Hardupson is skint and the Council want to turn his mansion into student accommodation. Then his daughter goes to a party, pretends to be something she isn't and gets so drunk she loses a shoe.

This show is packed with gags and great live music! We've got a biff called Buttons, a Prince with a foot fetish and a pumpkin that turns into a Delta. There will be minging sisters, a lairy fairy and probably some dwarves who've got lost.

We have already confirmed the writer and the whole of the cast from last year's sell out show so book now or miss out!

Recommended age 16+ strong language throughout

Cast confirmed: Paul Duckworth, Michael Fletcher, Stephen Fletcher, Lindzi Germain, Hayley Hampson, Andrew Schofield and Keddy Sutton

Writer - Kevin Fearon
Musical Director - Howard Gray
Design - Mark Walters
Lighting - Ian Scott

Performance Information

Stalls tickets are available with a meal (served at your table before the show) for an extra 12. Click here to see our menu. If you are eating with us please arrive at least an hour before the performance.

Tickets are available for the show alone in stalls, circle and balcony.

Circle and balcony will open at 7.15pm. There are bars in both areas for pre-show and interval drinks. Stalls will be open from 6:15pm.

If you are bringing a large group, every tenth ticket is free. This ticket will be automatically added to your basket on purchase. Meals and building levy must still be paid on your free ticket.

NO BOOKING FEES ON THIS SHOW

Please note - the bar will close 15 minutes before the advertised start time.

1 from every ticket bought will be donated to The Royal Court Liverpool Trust. For more details go to www.royalcourttrust.org

BSL performance is on Tuesday 4 December. Audio described performance is on Wednesday 5 December. To book please contact Box Office or email [email protected]

Please contact Box Office to book if you are a wheelchair user.

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