Sleeping Beauty 2015!
Kickline is absolutely delighted to announce
Exeter’s premiere professional pantomime
Following the huge success of ' Beauty & the Beast', 'Sleeping Beauty', 'Cinderella', 'Jack & the Beanstalk', 'Aladdin', 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' and 'Dick Whittington', Exeter Corn Exchange presents the most loved traditional pantomime story: ‘CINDERELLA’!
From Saturday 9th December to Monday 1st January 2018 you can join a host of classic characters for songs, laughter and a perfect Christmas show!
The most magical of all pantomimes will be lavishly presented, with all the fun our pantos are now famous for! The festive tale is told with merriment and melody- plus a big dollop of slapstick fun and silly sing-alongs!
Look what the media say about our shows...
REVIEW 2013: Cinderella at Exeter Corn Exchange
By Exeter Express and Echo | Posted: December 17, 2013
It’s starting to feel a lot like Christmas and that’s because I’ve had a large helping of traditional festive fun, sprinkled with all the best ingredients you could possibly put together.
Last week saw the opening of Kickline’s fourth successive pantomime, this time being the classic much-loved tale Cinderella. After the success of last year’s show, ‘Aladdin’, I was expecting great things and me and my family certainly weren’t disappointed.
It was great to see Daniel Page back on stage as one of the ugly sisters. His performance last year stole the show, and exactly the same happened again. With fellow ugly sister Jon Bonner, they made a brilliant comedy double act and had the audience in fits of laughter – even when they sometimes didn’t mean to! The unscripted and unexpected moments like a wig falling off and mixed up lines, easily provided the best moments.
Alicia Agneson provided a very sweet version of Cinderella and Kaine Horey was perfect in the role as Prince Charming with his chiselled good looks.
What Kickline excel at is their ability to mix together all the traditional elements of pantomimes, with a modern twist with songs including hits from Olly Murs and Robbie Williams.
If you want to get yourself in the Christmas mood then make sure you head down to Exeter Corn Exchange. This is pantomime at its very best and you’d be mad to miss it. Oh yes you would.....!