Join our cast of pantomime characters as they journey to rescue Sleeping Beauty from Baron Von Greed’s castle. A dangerous and perilous journey, full of strange noises that no one wants to admit to.  Will they reach her in time? Will the Prince have the courage to look in Cinderella’s slipper? Will the funniest joke in the world, save the day? There’s only one way to find out! Join us for this wonderful treat to get you in the Christmasy mood!

RUNNING TIME: 45 minutes


*Concessions by Conscience: you pay what you can afford dependant on your circumstances. We don’t ask for any proof, we just leave it to your discretion. Please remember we are a charity and rely on ticket income and other limited funding.

An Edge Production In Association With The Booth Centre

DATE: Thursday 13th – Saturday 15th December 2018 

TIME: 3pm /7.30pm

PRICE: £12/6*

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The Edge runs regular drama and singing workshops at the Booth Centre for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Together we have produced a unique company making high quality theatre.

Read more here about our work together


The Edge in Chorlton have built up a huge and deserved reputation for working with people who are, for the want of a better phrase, on the ‘edge’ of society…

This show was giving these citizens a meaning and a reason to stay alive perhaps sounds a little melodramatic and exaggerated; but after speaking with some of them after the show, that really was the case. I can only continue my own silent applause now as I type – not just to those who performed the show, but to all those who had the vision and dedication to see this project through and make it work so wonderfully.

…The joy and the sense of achievement was so utterly obvious to read on all of their faces.

– Matthew Dougall, Review Number 9

Full review here:

“This has given people the opportunity to develop and showcase their skills and talents. It is inspirational to watch”

Amanda Croome MBE, CEO of The Booth Centre

“The show was funny, clever and provocative throughout. The cheers and claps at the end were not just polite but well earned and infectious”
Live Art Alive (A Spanish Adventure, July 2017)

“Really moving, really really funny…  really beautiful, finely acted, brilliantly written, and of course the music, as always, just genius from Simon Waters”

Julie Hesmondhalgh (They Can’t Take That Away From Me – July 2018)