Cinderella pantomime opens at Bristol Hippodrome

PUBLISHED: 18:00 24 December 2018

Gok and Brian wow the audience.

Gok and Brian wow the audience.

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Two stars from the world of television are treading the boards at the Bristol Hippodrome over the festive season.

Fashion guru Gok Wan is starring alongside Brian Conley in Bristol’s Cinderella pantomime.

Wan will play The Fairy Gokmother in his sixth pantomime appearance.

The style expert will offer helpful style tips to The Ugly Sisters and create the most magical ball gown in panto-land for Cinderella.

Wan shot to fame with his Channel 4 series, How To Look Good Naked, and he went on to present a number of shows including three series of Gok’s Fasion Fix, How To Cook Chinese and Gok’s Style Secrets.

Theatre director Jenny Hutchinson said: ”Having Brian and Gok starring in Cinderella this year will delight Bristol audiences.

“Off the back of a great run last year with Aladdin, with many customers saying it was the best panto they’d ever seen, I’m thrilled QDOS Entertainment have raised the bar even higher.”

Audiences will cheer and boo along to the heroes and villans in the rags to riches tale as Cinderella outwits her ugly sisters with the help of her friend Buttons and The Fairy Gokmother – and wins the heart of the dashing Prince Charming.

The spectacular show is at the Bristol Hippodrome until January 6.

There are a series of matinee and evening performances over the next few weeks.

Tickets, from £12, are available on 08448 713012 or at www.atg
tickets.com/bristol-hippodrome


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