North Coastal Children’s Community Choir stages Cinderella Christmas Musical in Wanneroo

Kids and adults in the North Coastal Children's Community Choir get in a bit of dress rehearsal choir practice. Picture: Martin Kennealey.
Kids and adults in the North Coastal Children's Community Choir get in a bit of dress rehearsal choir practice. Picture: Martin Kennealey.

YOUNG singers from the North Coastal Children’s Community Choir will stage a pantomime in Wanneroo this month.

The Butler-based choir will perform the Cinderella Christmas Musical at Limelight Theatre on December 15 and 16 from 2.30pm.

Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts will play the fairy godmother in the Saturday production, which will include sing-a-long Christmas carols.

Choir president Janet Blenkinsop said the musical was about Cinderella, whose “ugly sisters and unkind stepmother” make her do all the housework, cooking, and gardening 15 hours a day.

North Coastal Children’s Community Choir, at front is Morgan Hamilton who is one of three who share being Cinderella. Picture: Martin Kennealey.

“Mice friends help Cinderella to go to a dance where she meets a handsome prince who she marries and lives happily ever after,” she said.

Father Christmas will make an appearance on the stage to organise the reindeers, and some parents will play characters in the pantomime as well.

Tickets cost $10 for adults and $5 for children, with those under three given free entry if they sit on a parents’ knee.

Call 0408 089 304 or email jan.rothwell@hotmail.com too book tickets.