Cinderella - Kilmarnock 2011


  • Palace Theatre, Kilmarnock 9 Green Street Kilmarnock, KA1 3BN United Kingdom

The 2011 pantomime at the Palace Theatre, Kilmarnock is Cinderella. It runs from 25th November to 30th December 2011.

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The panto is now closed

30th December 2011

A massive thank you to all involved in this year's Palace Theatre pantomime. It was a box office smash, beating all previous records and universally critically acclaimed. Well done all on a superb show! We're already looking forward to Snow White next year xx


The reviews are out!

20th December 2011

Read the review in the Glasgow Herald.

Read the review in The Stage.


Production Photos

5th December 2011

Below are just a selection - you can find lots more in our Facebook photo album.


SPLATT

13th October 2011

Go on, give our panto game a go! Can you 'splatt' the panto dame?


Panto Launch!

26th August 2011

More photos are on our Facebook photo album.


Casting update

20th August 2011

We are delighted to announce the following casting on this pantomime:

Ashley Bruce plays Cinderella

Natalie Tulloch plays Dandini


Casting Update

21st June 2011

We are delighted to announce the following casting on this pantomime:

Steven Wren plays Flatula - an Ugly Sister

Craig Glover plays Verucca - the other Ugly Sister

Russell Lane also joins the cast to play Baron Hardup.


Liam's back and Jane's weaving her magic!

27th March 2011

We are delighted to announce that Liam Dolan will once again be joining the panto team at the Palace, for his seventh successive year. Liam will direct the panto, and star as Buttons. Welcome back Liam!

We are also thrilled to be able to reveal that this year, Jane McCarry will be joining us to play the Fairy Godmother. Jane is best known to children for her roles as Granny Murray in the CBeebies hit show ‘Me Too’. Jane is also a very familiar face to fans of the show ‘Still Game’ where she played Isa Drennan.

Jane McCarry

Liam Dolan