Kirkcolm Primary School

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Cinderella & Rockerfella


Kirkcolm Primary pupils put on a spectacular show on Wednesday – not once, but twice -to a packed out hall of friends and families. The pupils have been working really hard over the last few months to learn their lines and the songs, and perform with gusto – and their hard work certainly paid off!

‘Cinderella & Rockerfella’ put a modern, panto-style twist on the traditional Cinderella tale. The story starts with Rockerfella (a music artist formerly known as Prince Charming) coming to town to appear in concert. Sadly, Cinderella is unable to go – she’s been given far too much housework by her Ugly Sisters! Soon, Rockerfella decides he wants to quit show business to find the girl of his dreams.

Fairy Nastyboots tries to thwart any possible romance throughout the show. She hatches a plan to bring misery to Cinders, but the welly-wearing Fairy Brigade thankfully avert disaster with the help of Buttons’ talking dog, Teaser.

The Ugly Sisters then receive invitations to an after-concert ball. After a little help from the Fairy Godmother, Cinderella attends and falls in love with Rocky. After leaving her shoe behind when the clock strikes 12, Rocky eventually manages to find Cinders and the shoe fits perfectly!

The story ends with Rocky’s manager finding the “Next Big Thing” in Buttons and his talking dog; the Fairy Brigade taking on the challenge of making over the Ugly Sisters; and Cinders and Rocky living happily ever after!

The audience were thoroughly entertained throughout and there were plenty of opportunities for audience participation from the outset – goodies to cheer and baddies to boo! Every single pupil was a star and we are very proud of them!

If you didn’t get the chance to come and see the show or want to re-live it all over again, the video has been uploaded to our YouTube channel here – Cinderella & Rockerfella Show

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