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What's OnCinderella Pantomime at ODEON Luxe Leicester Square

Make memories with your loved ones this Christmas and discover the pantomime production of classical children’s tale Cinderella, starring Michelle Heaton.
  • Dates 03/01/2021 - 03/01/2021
  • Location ODEON Luxe Leicester Square, 22-24 Leicester Square, WC2H 7LQ
  • Price £25.75
Give your loved ones a gift that’ll last a lifetime with a spellbinding live pantomime performance of Cinderella as it takes to the stage of the ODEON Luxe in Leicester Square.Offering only one live performance on Sunday 3rd January 2021 at ODEON Luxe in Leicester Square, the show will be the grande finale of the panto tour making it a must-see this festive season.Starring Michelle Heaton as the Fairy Godmother, the 75-minute production will bring to life the beloved tale of the humble kitchen maid, who’s life is made unbearable by her ghastly stepmother and ugly stepsisters.Get tickets from £15.75 per child and £25.75 per adult and get ready to discover if true love will prevail with this magical stage-show spectacular.Plus, for those who can’t wait until January, see the show at ODEON in Wimbledon, running from 29th December 2020 - 2nd January 2021.What's more, rediscover magical Christmas movies as they return to the big screen throughout December. The likes of Home Alone, Elf and the Grinch will all be screening at Leicester Square’s home of premieres, making it a must-visit this festive season.Whatever you decide, you can rest assured it’s safe to rediscover cinema as ODEON have enhanced their health and safety systems in line with the latest government guidelines.Book your tickets online here at your preferred cinema.

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