Search for actors to star in The Garage’s Christmas show

Daniel Burgess, the director of My First Panto: Cinderella, an All-In Productions and The Garage co-

Daniel Burgess, the director of My First Panto: Cinderella, an All-In Productions and The Garage co-production.Photo: The Garage. - Credit: The Garage

The search is on to find some local professional actors to star in The Garage's festive show for young children.

The Norwich performance venue has joined forces with All-In Productions to create My First Panto: Cinderella, an interactive show based on the classic fairytale which is aimed at families with young children.

The show will aim to put audience members at the centre of the action and ask them to help Cinderella through her adventure by doing everything from helping Cinders to clean up the messy house to helping with magic spells to dancing at the prince's ball.

Now the production is looking for actors to lead the festive fun.

Daniel Burgess, director of the production, said: 'We are looking for three extremely talented and versatile actors who can perform many different roles.

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'They need to all have larger than life personalities that our audiences will be able to engage with and an experience of story telling, children's theatre and or actor musican productions would be an advantage.

'I'm so pleased to be able to offer open casting for all those brilliant performers who reside in the area.'

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Casting will take place this Friday at The Garage for the three roles.

One actor will play Cinderella, one will play Prince Charming and the ugly sister Miley, and one will play Buttons and the ugly sister Kylie. The acting roles are paid roles.

Actors who would like to attend the casting on Friday should email with an up to date CV and Headshot.

My First Panto: Cinderella is at The Garage from December 9 to 24. Tickets cost £10 for adults and £6 for children. Under ones are free. The show will last 50 minutes with no interval.

For more information and to book tickets, call the box office on 01603 598646 or visit

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