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Grab your seat and enjoy Ilford panto, Cinderella, before it closes on January 19

16:06 03 January 2013

With just over two weeks to go before Ilford’s only pantomime finishes for another year, residents are reminded to grab their tickets to see the colourful, Cinderella, before its too late.

The pantomime, which has been a huge success selling out a number of performances throughout December, will be at the Kenneth More Theatre, Oakfield Road, until January 19.

The Recorder promotion team will also be at Sainsbury’s in High Road, Chadwell Heath on January 14 offering readers the chance to win a family ticket for four to see the show.

Simply visit our stand and we will enter you into the competition.

To book please call 020 8553 4466.

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