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Cinderella at Milton Keynes Theatre


The Fairy Godmother of all pantomimes, Cinderella, is coming to Milton Keynes Theatre from Sat 9 Dec – Sun 14 Jan 2024, starring Brian Conley as Buttons.

Iconic comedian, TV and musical theatre star Brian Conley has a career spanning nearly five decades. He has appeared in award-winning West End musicals and television sitcoms, presented his own chat show, recorded five albums and completed numerous sell-out tours of the UK, as well as appearing a record eight times on The Royal Variety Performance and starring in over 35 pantomimes. Brian last visited Milton Keynes Theatre in 2017 for pantomime, leaving audiences rolling in the aisles! Most recently, Brian has been on our screens as Rocky in BBC’s EastEnders.

Brian said: “Panto is a truly magical experience every year, and I can’t wait to bring the magic of Cinderella to Milton Keynes audiences this Christmas. I loved being in panto in Milton Keynes in 2017 and can’t wait to be back on the stage again”.

Brian will be joined by a stellar cast. Comedy due Neal Wright and Ben Stock will return alongside Brian as the Wicked Stepsisters Claudia and Tess, James Darch as Prince Charming, Sarah Vaughan returns as Cinderella, Owen Stringer as Dandini and Brian’s daughter, Lucy Conley will be joining her father as Fairy 312.

The cast are joined by a talented Ensemble comprising Stephen Alexander, Sian Brown, Lee Callaghan, Megan Elvidge, Nat Ingham, Hannah Morcos, Elysia Pemberton and Ollie Selwood.

Milton Keynes theatregoers shall go to the ball this Christmas as Cinderella transforms from rags to riches, outwits her Wicked Stepsisters and with the help of her hilarious friend and one very magical Fairy, meets her Prince Charming.

The clock is ticking! Don’t miss your chance to see Cinderella, the Fairy Godmother of all pantomimes!

Book your tickets to the Ball today at


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