Sinders Adult Pantomime at the Brookside Theatre.

Fabulous, fun and filthy, the Brookside Theatre proudly presents ‘Sinders,’ its first adult pantomime… will true love prevail in this naughty little fairytale? 

Sinders lives with her two stepsisters who force her to do all manner of chores they are evil and nasty to her making her life a misery.  With her best friend Buttons by her side, she dreams of meeting the man of her dreams a finding her happy ever after. Prince Charming is keen to marry after swapping places with his manservant Dandini he meets someone special in the woods who fits the bill perfectly. She runs out on him, so he holds a ball inviting every girl in the land to try and find her. Can the Fairy wave her wand to make sure everyone comes out smiling? 

David Stone, director and playing one of the Uglies stated ‘It has been so much fun bring this to the stage. Everyone is enjoying being part of something new. It is also fantastic to be back on stage and having live audiences again. The pandemic has taken so much from people and being able to fill a theatre and hear laughter is a tonic for everyone. We have all laughed so much throughout rehearsals; I have many pantomime credits to my name, but this is my first adult title and I am really relishing pushing the boundaries further than usual.’

Featuring a great score of well-known songs including Walking On Sunshine, You’ve Got A Friend in Me, Diamonds are Forever, One Night Only and Sway, fabulous costumes and more innuendo than you ever thought possible, this promises to be one of the biggest balls in town! Don’t miss this outrageously naughty twist on the classic ‘rags to riches’ tale, for adult boys and girls only. 

The show opens Wednesday 30th March – Saturday 2nd April 2022 at the Brookside Theatre in Romford, tickets are between £18.00 – £20.00. If you want to be entertained by side splitting adult humour book now to avoid disappointment. For tickets telephone the theatres’ box office on 01708 755775 or book online at

Sinders Adult Pantomime at the Brookside Theatre.

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