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You are cordially invited this July, to bring your little princes and princesses to attend the Royal Dancing Ball with Cinderella. Bring along a storybook or a toy to donate for the Children's Hospital Toy Appeal and help others believe in their dreams as well.
Starting July 6th, Cinderella - a Ball for All, proudly presented by Youngstars2.com, will tour Sydney suburbs. This fantastic re-telling of the most popular bedtime story will immerse your children into an enchanted interactive world where they will come face to face with their favourite idol and get a chance to dance with her.
Suitable for toddlers and children aged 2 - 10, the show is a perfect family fun activity as the children sing along and dance with the lovely, Cinderella, her wicked Step Sisters, magical Fairy Godmother, handsome Prince, Thelma the talking puppet teapot and of course the lovably silly Prime Minister Kazoo.
Among the popular interactive songs figure the Hokey Pokey and If You're Happy And You Know It.
How absolutely beautiful. Theres nothing like a room of little princesses. The gifts are a wonderful idea too as often parents with sick children have to take time off work to make it to and from hospital visits and this can cause financial pressure on top of the already stressful illness that has bought them there.
By Jody Kimber - senior reviewer Saturday, 9th of July @ 07:26 am
I was extremely dissappointed in this play and thought it wasnt very good at all and was to expensive for what i saw. the acting was bad and the voice overs was a let down and so were the costumes - it really had nothing to do with cinderella and wished i had not wasted my money on seeing this show and noticed alot of people not really watching the show half way throu. boring.