UK: Trade talent needed for Vinderella panto

18 March, 2009

Want to be involved in the Benevolent and Theatre of Wine panto? Oh yes you do. 

Got a hankering for Broadway? Dreams of Drury Lane? Think your Oscar speech could knock Gwyneth Paltrow’s socks off?

Then you should sign up for the Benevolent and Theatre of Wine panto – Vinderella.

The script is a modern take on the classic pantomime Cinderella, with all the humour, double entendres, slapstick, amazing costumes and special effects that you could wish for. Of course the occasional joke about wine may slip in.

Director Daniel Illsley, director of Theatre of Wine, has been involved in directing and acting in both plays and films, he most recently directed a film that won Best Edit at the Greenwich Film Festival in 2005.

The company is looking for cast and crew: actors, make-up artists, hairdressers, costume makers, set designers, marketeers and more. No previous experience required.

Rehearsals will take place throughout 2009 in a workshop style, ready for the live performances in January 2010.

Vinderella will be performed at: The John McIntosh Centre, The London Oratory School, Seagrave Road, London SW6 1RX            

20 to 23 January 2010

If you are interested in getting involved in Vinderella, please email Jane Holly c/o Theatre of Wine: msjaneholly@googlemail.com

She’s behind you.

 





Digital Edition

Drinks International digital edition is available ahead of the printed magazine. Don’t miss out, make sure you subscribe today to access the digital edition and all archived editions of Drinks International as part of your subscription.

Comment

Tess Posthumus

Staffing crisis could open opportunities

The pandemic has thrown many challenges at bar owners over the past couple of years and the ones that survived the various lockdowns and restrictions deserve a pat on the back. However, while revenues are returning and bars are beginning to recruit once more, we’ve come up against a whole new set of problems, one of which is a global starring crisis.

Instagram

Facebook