More than a traditional take of good triumphing over evil, this tale of a cursed young girl, brought up by the family nursemaid who sleeps for 100 years before being woken by true love’s kiss is a roller-coaster ride through time, emotion, laughter and song.
Containing many a reference to good morals and behaviour, the story of Sleeping Beauty will appeal to all ages.
With a wide mix of musical theatre and pop songs, clever and corny jokes and plenty of audience participation, Christmas at The Capitol will once again be a fantastic festive feast of family entertainment.
Running time: The running time will be added as soon as it is confirmed.
A special relaxed performance for children/adults/families with special needs who would enjoy a quieter show with less special effects and loud noises. A BSL interpreter is at this performance.
Essential Companions can attend for free through our Assisted Access Scheme. Please click here for more information.
For audience members who may benefit from a more relaxed environment, including (but not limited to) those with autistic spectrum conditions, anyone with sensory and communication disorders or learning disabilities.
House lights left up, sound level kept down and less pops and bangs are just a few ways the show is adapted to help reduce anxiety.
These performances are open to all, but we ask audience members to be mindful of the needs of others to move around freely and make involuntary noise.
Nicola Hume as Fairy Goodheart
Nicole Faraday as Carabosse
Ben Ofoedu as Herman The Henchman
Sean Smith as Prince Rupert
James Fletcher as Lester The Jester
Hywel Dowsell as Nurse Nora
Natasha Hoeberigs as Princess Aurora
James Dinsmore as King Joe