Ever wondered what happen to Sinderella after she married Prince Charming? Did they really live happily ever after? With audience participation, sing-a-longs and risqué humour, prepare for a brand new big adult panto! Venture Wolf productions returns to the Etcetera Theatre with their rude and wild production Sinderella 2: The Honeymoon.
Sing-a-long, laugh, cheer and boo at what promises to be one of the most fun nights out you can have this December.
Sweet, beautiful and dumb, poor Sinders has a problem; a year after her dream wedding she still hasn?t been on honeymoon! Worse still, her husband, Prince Charming seems to be more interested in looking at himself than his new bride! Buttons her best friend has always fancied her; with her marriage in trouble is this his big chance to finally get laid? The raucous and riotous Ugly Sisters are determined to exploit all the misery and steal the Prince for themselves. As the sharp tongued Fairy is still in rehab it?s up to the Prince?s Mum to save the day as they all pack their bags and head off on the Honeymoon of a lifetime!
With a sexually confused Buttons, lesbian Fairy, vicious Ugly Sisters and a sex mad Prince; join Sinders and the Gang as they pack their bags and all head off to sunny Spain in a wild drunken dash for fun and fortune! After last year?s production was praised by the critics as ?laughs throughout?, this Christmas, why not treat yourself to a naughty bit more?
Sinderella 2 is performed at THE ETCETERA THEATRE, Camden High Street, NW4, today, 4th to 9th December. Performances start at 7:30pm, Sunday show starts 6:30pm.
Since opening in 1986, The Etcetera Theatre has cemented its reputation as one of London?s most exciting and vibrant fringe venues. Situated above The Oxford Arms on Camden High Street, the Etcetera is only 75 meters from Camden Town tube station in the heart of one of the city?s busiest and most vibrant areas.
Sinderella 2: The Honeymoon Written by Paul Vitty at The Etcetera Theatre Camden,
Tickets £12,For tickets call 02074824857 or visit www.etceteratheatre.com
Running time 1hr 10mins