Union Theatre
26th Nov to 23rd Dec 2023

“Get ready for the funniest, filthiest, most wickedly fabulous pantomime you’ve always wished to see.
Release your inner child, and then leave them at home because this show is not for kids!

In a scandalous twist on the classic fairy tale, it’s time to swipe right on “Tinderella” – the naughtiest adult panto to ever hit the stage! You’re invited to a night of raucous laughter, innuendos, outuendos and unexpected encounters that will have you begging for more!

Tinderella is a whizz on social media, a real influencer, but it’s all a charade because poor Tinders has no money, no man and none of the glamorous life she claims to be living.
Until one day, she meets not one, but two Princes in the woods…. But who has the biggest balls?
Will this be her happy ending or will she lose more than her shoe?!

You’ll be gagging for more in this outrageously naughty Panto from the UK’s most renowned Adult Pantomime Producer. Expect cheesy anthems, spicy frolics, rib-tickling antics and all the audience participation you could want from London’s gleefully gayest and merriest panto.

Leave the kids at home and grab your glass slippers for TINDERELLA, Two Big Balls, One Happy Ending!”

Review by Richard Lambert, 5 Stars

Saucy, pacy and lots of fun is to be had at TINDERELLA.

Ella (Laura Mead), the village slag, catches the eye of Prince Charming (Lauren Bimson), and after the ball drops more than her glass slipper. This traditional pantomime, starting with some pyro and stage right fairy and stage left baddie, works its way through all the pantomime tropes we know and love while ouring on loads of adult sauciness.

Robert McWhir has directed a really funny show that doesn’t ever become vulgar or throw out profanity for the sake of shocking. It’s clever and funny but definitely not for the prim and proper brigade.

Special mention has to go to Alan Kelly with mouth and tongue acting that I don’t think I’ve ever seen before.

Throw in plenty of colourful costumes, plenty of panto cloths, a gorgeous design by David Shields to convert this typical black box into a theatre space with proscenium arch, legs and borders, add some naughty lyrics to some well known favourite songs and you have all the ingredients for a night out that’s got to become an annual treat.

This year’s show has sold out but you can book for next year’s panto through the link below.

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Photo credit Robin Savage

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