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Sadler’s Wells releases festive packages for Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella

The Pina Bausch function room at Sadler’s Wells
Sadler’s Wells is preparing for the festive season with the release of its corporate and private theatre packages, linked to the much-anticipated return of Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella.
Following the sell-out success of The Red Shoes, Sadler’s Wells’ Associate Artist and leading choreographer Matthew Bourne returns to the central London theatre for Christmas 2017 with his production of Cinderella – a thrilling love story he set in London during the Second World War. 

During the show’s run from 9th December to 27th January, Sadler’s Wells is set to host corporate and private theatre packages which include VIP tickets for the best seats in the house, private auditorium entrance and pre-show and interval hospitality.  

With access to the exclusive Pina Bausch function room, guests can sit back and relax with a pre-show drinks reception, including Champagne on arrival and a complimentary souvenir programme. A pre-theatre supper will also be offered by Sadler’s Wells, including individual platters and desserts. Dishes on the menu include: beetroot; goat’s curd and watercress tart; smoked ham hock terrine with piccalilli and toast; chocolate tart with blackberries and honeycomb; and a selection of British and Irish cheeses with chutney and biscuits.  

Kelly McGibney, Events Executive (Corporate) at Sadler’s Wells, comments: “We are delighted to welcome Matthew Bourne and his company back to our stage during the festive season and look forward to offering a special experience to all our customers around the performances. Our new theatre packages will allow guests to enjoy the production in style and make an excellent alternative to the traditional Christmas party.”  

Due to the expected high-demand, early booking of the packages is recommended. Further information is available at:

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