Cinderella gets a local twist in Cape Town pantomime

Cinderella & FrikaDella
Cinderella & FrikaDella
Photo: Supplied by Clayton Morar Media
  • The familiar childhood tale of Cinderella is given a modern-day twist in Cinderella & FrikaDella. 
  • Mother and talent agent Patricia D manages her social media "influencer" daughters Frika and Della, while the talented stepdaughter Cinderella is ignored. 
  • The cast includes Maak My Famous season 2 winner, Nicoleen Saal as stepdaughter Cinderella.

All-Star Entertainment and GrandWest present Cape Town's first contemporary pantomime, written and directed by Allistair Izobell and featuring a stellar cast of performers. 

The familiar childhood tale of Cinderella is given a modern-day twist in Cinderella & FrikaDella. 

FAIRYTALE SET IN A MODERN WORLD... 

As social media takes over their world, the ruthless mother and talent agent Patricia D manages her social media "influencer" daughters, Frika and Della with very limited talent.

The really talented unseen stepdaughter Cinderella is ignored, treated badly and suppressed, but a massive talent competition arises. Cinderella secretly enters it, but what do they find out? 

Book your tickets and head over to GrandWest's Roxy Revue Bar to find out!

THE CAST 

The cast includes Maak My Famous season 2 winner, Nicoleen Saal as stepdaughter Cinderella, Loukmaan Adams as mother and talent agent Patricia D, Nur Abrahams as daughter Frika, Daylin Sass as daughter Della, Maak My Famous season 1 winner, Cheswyn Ruiters as Prince Siyaman Cowbell and Ramaine Barreiro as the Fairy Godmother.  

The show is produced by Olivia Gildenhuys. Charlton Daniels serves as the Musical Director while Rushney Ferguson is set to choreography the production. 

TICKETING INFORMATION 

Cinderella & FrikaDella opens on 23 November and will run through to 17 December, Mondays to Saturdays with a matinee show on Sundays. Doors open at 20:00 and will be closed at 21:15 when the curtain rises. The matinee performances will start at 16:00. An age limit of three applies.

Tickets range from R120 to R150 and can be booked through Quicket here

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