How Our Prices Work
How Our Prices Work
Better seats. Better prices. Better get your skates on.
We set our ticket prices in a similar way to airlines - the earlier you book, the cheaper the seat. For this show, our standard price seats start low at £12.50 and rise over time to a maximum of £25 the nearer it gets to a performance. Book early to save up to 50%.
Child tickets are £12.50 for this show.
School tickets are priced at £9 and don't forget, for every 10 tickets you book, we'll give you the 11th ticket free!
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Dates & Times
Team & Cast
Composers/Sound Designers: Score Draw Music
Score Draw Music is a multi-award-winning team of composers based in Belfast. Their work has ranged from writing songs sung by Dolly Parton in the Emmy-nominated Nickelodeon Jr show Lily’s Driftwood Bay to a co-write in the 2018 Oscar-winning film The Shape of Water.
The company's songs and underscore can be heard every day across the globe, with credits spanning a wide range of media for young audiences on Disney Jr, PBS Kids, Milkshake, Amazon Prime, CBBC, Nick Jr and many more. Score Draw Music's work in film has also included full orchestral score - most recently for the documentary Lost Lives narrated by a renowned cast including Kenneth Branagh and Liam Neeson - and work for Discovery Channel, Channel 4, ITV and Netflix. The company was founded in 2009 by Mark Gordon and today includes Mary, Richard, Lucy, Charlie, Heidi, Fiona and Sam.
Creator & Director: Paul Bosco Mc Eneaney
Paul Bosco Mc Eneaney is from County Armagh, and is the Founder and Artistic Director of Cahoots.
In his role as Artistic Director Paul has produced and directed many productions, most recently The Ghost House (Immersive Walk-Through Experience, Belfast 2022), Secrets of Space (USA Tour 2022), The Grimm Hotel (Immersive Walk-Through Experience, Belfast 2021) and The University of Wonder and Imagination (International Zoom Tour 2020).
Previous productions at the MAC include The Elves and the Shoemaker, Pinocchio, The Incredible Book Eating Boy and The Family Hoffman’s Christmas Mystery Palace. His recent theatre writing credits include Penguins, Shh! We Have a Plan, Egg, and Danny Carmo’s Mathematical Mysteries.
Paul has worked extensively as an illusion consultant on many different productions, ranging from Shakespeare in the open air to Broadway musicals.
As an actor, Paul was nominated for the prestigious Ian Charleson award and received a Commendation from the National Theatre for his performance in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Lyric Theatre, Belfast.
In November 2011, The Belfast Metropolitan College honoured Paul with an Award of Distinction for his contribution to the Arts.
Writer: Charles Way
Charles is one of Britain’s leading writers for children and young people. In 2016 he was honoured by Action for Children’s Arts for his contribution to children’s theatre. Charles began writing plays professionally in 1978 when he joined Leeds Playhouse TIE team. He has now written over fifty plays, and his work is produced all over the world. Sleeping Beauty and The Search for Odysseus were both nominated as Best Children's Play by the Writer's Guild of Great Britain and A Spell of Cold Weather won the award in 1996.
His play about the percussionist Evelyn Glennie, which was first produced at the Polka Theatre was nominated as Best Children's Show by the TMA, as was Nivelli’s War for Cahoots which transferred to Broadway in 2017. His version of The Borrowers won the award in a production for Northern Stage directed by Erica Whyman in 2014.
He has enjoyed a close relationship with the Unicorn Theatre in London for whom he wrote The Flood published by Collins and in 2004 Red Red Shoes which won the English Arts Council’s ‘Children’s Award’. He was commissioned by the National Theatre for the ‘Assembly’ project to write Alice in the News, which has subsequently been performed by children all over Britain. In 2010 the author was the recipient of the prestigious German children’s theatre prize for Missing about child poverty and in 2004 Merlin and the Cave of Dreams, was nominated for a Helen Hayes award for 'Outstanding New Play’ in Washington DC.
Recent works with Cahoots include Cinderella, The Ghost House, The Grimm Hotel, Under the Hawthorn Tree, The Assistant’s Revenge, Secrets of Space, and The Vanishing Elephant.
Assistant Director: Isabelle Martin
Isabelle has just graduated from Queen's University Belfast where she studied Drama. She was awarded 'Best Director' at the Irish Student Drama Awards for her production of Match/Stick by Claire Tumey. Isabelle is thrilled to be working with Cahoots as her professional theatre debut.
Puppet Designer/Associate: Helen Foan
Helen is a puppetry director, designer, workshop facilitator, and co-artistic director of Foan & Fortune puppetry company. She has worked extensively in devised theatre, focusing on highly visual work using movement and puppetry. She works as a puppetry directing mentor and puppetry teacher at East 15 Acting school.
Helen’s work as a designer and director of puppetry includes: Whispering Willow (Wassail Theatre, tour), Henry V (Passion in Practice, The Sam Wanamaker Playhouse) and Hamlet (Seven Stages, New Hampshire USA). Upcoming productions include The Vanishing Elephant (Cahoots) and The Worst Princess (Full House Theatre, tour)
Helen works regularly as a puppet maker with leading puppetry company Significant Object. Productions include: Circus 1903 (world tour, Royal Festival Hall), My Neighbour Totoro (The Barbican Theatre), and Aida (Paris Opera House).
Assistant Stage Manager: Declan King
Declan is an emerging director, deviser, writer, actor, singer & facilitator from Dublin, living in Belfast. Since training in musical theatre at the International College of Musical Theatre, Declan has turned his focus to directing and devising.
The work Declan makes uses elements of play, improvisation, music, and physical theatre. It is collaboration focused and prioritises creating an atmosphere where everyone in the room can create. Declan’s work often involves the audience in different ways (from audience interaction to more immersive experiences). He also incorporates technical aspects as integral parts of the work by having technical collaborators involved in creative discussions from the beginning.
Declan has worked with several theatre companies in different capacities including Big Telly, Bruiser, Gúna Nua, and High Rock Productions among others. Declan also creates his own work including Rumble In The Ensemble (Scene+Heard, 2022), an improv show, as well as drama workshops in Irish.
Declan is delighted to be working with Cahoots and the MAC on this project.
Patsy Browne-Hope is a Birmingham based dancer and choreographer. She trained at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance graduating with a first class honours degree and the award for 'Outstanding Achievement in Performance'.
Performance credits include 'Faust' Royal Opera House, 'To The Bone' Bare Bones Dance Company, 'Abide With Me - London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony' Akram Khan, ' 'Jugni', 'Echolalia' Sonia Sabri Dance Company, 'WWZ', Paramount Pictures, and UK and International tours of 'LOL (lots of love)' and 'Invisible Dancing' with the award-winning Protein Dance.
Workshops/R&D credits include 'Tammy Faye' Almeida Theatre, 'Mother' Restoke. Patsy has led her own R&D projects which include 'Postpartum', 'Oil & Water' and 'Her' which all use a combination of dance and physical theatre to explore social and relational topics.
Choreography credits include 'Spring Awakening' Birmingham Hippodrome, 'The Clockmakers Daughter' Crescent Theatre, 'International Klein Blue' Crescent Theatre, 'The Lazuli Sky Project', 'Seraphina' Birmingham Royal Ballet (LEAP), 'Flarepath' Birmingham Hippodrome'. She has worked as an Intimacy Director on 'Home Girl' Deda Derby, 'Romeo and Juliet' 'Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Theatre Company'.
From 2013 - 2017 she was a founding member and co-director of the arts council funded Birmingham Dance Network providing regular CPD for regional dance artists. Patsy is a regular visiting lecturer on the degree and post graduate degree courses at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire
Her upcoming project is with Restoke and The National Theatre on their Public Acts production of 'The Odyssey'
Patsy has previously worked with CahootsNI on their productions of 'The Ghost House' and 'Penguins' and is very happy to be back working with them on their production of 'Cinderella'.
Creative Team continued
Musical Director: Mark Gordon and Fiona O'Kane
Set & Costume Designer: Diana Ennis
LX Designer: Simon Bond
Digital Media: Nick Hutchinson
Technical Manager: James McAlister
Stage Manager: Sophie Thompson
Wonderologist: Magic Dave
Cahoots' Associate Producer: Gary Crossan
Cahoots' Creative Engagement Manager: Emma Wilson
Production Stills Photography: Melissa Gordon
Marketing Imagery: She Said Design
Cinderella: Corrie Earley
Originally from Belfast Northern Ireland, Corrie is a 2020 Musical Theatre graduate from Trinity Laban Conservative of Music and Dance.
One of Corrie’s highlights whilst training was being selected to perform at West End Proms as part of the Greenwich Music Festival, where she sang the duet ‘Only Us’ from the musical Dear Evan Hansen.
The concert had West End royalty also performing, Corrie took on the role as dance captain with her peers and accompanied Daniel Brocklebank (to name one) as a dancer.
Corrie was due to make her West End debut in Lambert and Jackson’s production of The Secret Garden at the London Palladium but this was sadly affected by the pandemic.
Corrie starred as Snow White in Mr Hullabaloo’s pantomime (Theatre at the Mill, Newtownabbey).
Fairy Godmother: Jayne Wisener
Trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama.
Theatre: Kiss Me Kate (Lyric Theatre Belfast); The Threepenny Opera (Northern Ireland Opera) Cinderella (The Orchard Theatre); Cinderella (Grand Opera House); The Bloody Irish! (Helix Theatre/Broadcast on PBS); Aladdin (Grand Opera House); Lizzie Siddal (Arcola Theatre); Notes To Future Self (Birmingham Repertory Theatre); The Secret Garden (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Parade (Donmar Warehouse)
Television: Brave New World (Amblin/Dreamworks for NBC Universal); Francis of Assisi: A Life Of Adventure (Dreamlight International Productions); Hayden’s Dream (Paul McKenzie/Foz Allan); Doctors (BBC); London Irish (Channel 4); The Life And Adventures Of Nick Nickleby (BBC); 6 Degrees (BBC NI); Misfits (E4 for Channel 4); Injustice (Travers Productions Ltd); Runaway (Company Television Productions Ltd); Casualty (BBC); Vexed (Greenlit Rights Lts); The Inbetweeners (Bwark Productions); Minder (Talkback Thames/Five)
Film: Her Penpal (UFO Films); The Heiress (Flare Film); Son of Perdition (Matthew Harrison Films); Life Just Is (Ruby Films); Jane Eyre (Focus Features); A Kiss For Jed (Louisiana Film Productions); Boogeyman 3 (BM3 Productions); Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street (Dreamworks/Warner)
Leopold: Richard Croxford
Richard Croxford’s career has included acting, voice overs, writing, directing and producing for numerous theatre companies locally nationally, internationally and London’s West End on three occasions as well as varied dramatic and comedic film and television appearances. He has been artistic director of two theatre companies Replay Productions and the Lyric Theatre, Belfast. He is currently a freelance artist based just outside Belfast with his own recording booth for voice over work.
Sebastian: Conor Quinn
Conor Quinn is an actor-musician from “Banbridge Town in the County Down”. He is a graduate from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. During his training, Conor performed as part of the ensemble of Assassins, Stone in City of Angels and Barnaby in The Baker’s Wife.
He was a soloist and member of the Street Chorus in the 2018 Bernstein:100 Bernstein Mass with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Conor made his stage debut earlier this year as Jack in NI Opera’s production of Into the Woods. He can’t wait to be back in Belfast.
Wolfie: Edalia Day
Edalia Day is a transgender spoken word artist, animator and theatre maker based in Norwich. Trained at Lecoq and Alra, her spoken word is full of energy and theatrical flair and her theatre combines comedy, live music and interactive projection mapping. Her shows include Super Hamlet 64, about videogames and Shakespeare and Too Pretty To Punch, about transphobia in the media. Acting credits include Casualty (BBC), and lead roles in Pinocchio (Derby Theatre), The Tempest, King Lear and Midsummer Night’s Dream (Red Rose chain). Since lockdown she’s also produced several projects combining animation and digital theatre, working with the Young Vic, HOME, Chris Haughton and Theatre Royal Norwich.
Sigmund: Morgan Cooke
Morgan is an actor, composer and singing teacher from Dublin. He has worked with:
Moonfish Theatre: An Enemy of the People (2009), Pinocchio A Nightmare (2012), Star of the Sea (2014, 2015, 2017), Redemption Falls (2019), Into the World Within (2021).
Fíbín: Othello (2014), An Triail (2014, 2015), Cogadh na Saoirse (2021), Jack and the Beanstalk (2021), (Ré 2022) and Diddley-Aye (2022).
Outlandish Theatre: Come Into the Gardens (2013), YouTopia (2016, co-production with the Abbey), ExhibitUs (2015), Patterns (2019).
The Abbey: Me Mollser (2016), Me Sara (2017).
Druid: The Cavalcaders (music 2022).
RTÉ Drama on One (radio): Breaks (2017).
TV work: Highlander (1996), FFC (2004), Foreign Exchange (2004), Marú (2006, 2009), How Low Can You Go? (2010), Na Cloigne (2010), Flann O’ Brien An Béal Saibhir (2016), Eipic (2016), Cumann na mBan (2016), Ros na Rún (2018, 2019), Simon Says (2022).
Morgan was Head of Singing at the Lir Academy from 2016-2021.
This is Morgan’s first time working with Cahoots. Enjoy the show!
Constanze: Philippa O'Hara
Philippa O’Hara is a singer and actor from Belfast. She trained in BMC’s Performing Arts course which she completed with a Degree in Drama from Queen’s University, Belfast. In 2010 she took part in ‘Over the Rainbow’, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s BBC search for a new Dorothy. Philippa beat nearly 10,000 girls all over the country throughout a series of extremely intensive audition processes, gaining a very respectable place in the final 20. Her most recent credits include Secrets of Space (Cahoots NI, USA Tour), The Grimm Hotel, (Cahoots NI, Belfast), The University of Wonder & Imagination (Cahoots NI, Digital Tour), Secrets of Space (Cahoots NI, Ireland Tour) Shh! We Have a Plan (Cahoots NI, China and USA Tour), Danny Carmo’s Mathematical Mysteries,(Cahoots NI, USA Tour), Under The Hawthorn Tree (The MAC, Belfast), Pinocchio, (The MAC, Belfast) Little Red Riding Hood, (Market Place Theatre, Armagh), The Andrews Sisters at the Derry Jazz Festival (Playhouse Theatre, Derry/Londonderry) and My Mother and Other Strangers (BBC NI). She also sings regularly all over Ireland with her sister, Jolene, as ‘O’Hara’.
Aloysia: Catriona McFeely
Catriona is from Derry and is based in Belfast. She studied Acting at Royal Central School of Speech & Drama. Theatre credits include Secrets of Space (Cahoots) Cinderella (GBL Productions) Rough Girls (Lyric Theatre),The Shedding of Skin (Kabosh),Grand (Verge 2 Rehearsed Readings–Prime Cut Productions), Dear World (Big Telly Theatre Company),The Frozen Princess (GBL Productions), A Walk is not a Walk and Blackout (Lyric Theatre), Date Show (Threes Theatre Company), Rapunzel (Cre:8 Theatre), Grey Skies (Cue Productions) and Playboy of the Western World (London Irish Rep). Catriona has also worked extensively with Replay Theatre Company who specialise in Theatre for Younger Audiences and Inclusive Audiences. Shows include Dancing at the Disco at the End of the World, Tribe, Closer,Yes Sir, I Can Boogie, and Snoozle and the Lullabugs. Short film work includes Resonance (Cantelina Pictures), No Place(AuroraProductions), Lost Memories (UU Film School) and Stalker(Met Film School, London).
Maria: Allison Harding
Allison trained at Arts Educational Schools many moons ago in the drama department. Following her training, she received her apprenticeship with The Birmingham Repertory Theatre’s ‘Young Company’ for a year under the helm of Clive Perry:
Theatre Credits: The Witch in Into The Woods directed by Cameron Menzies and Ralph in Kiss Me Kate both for NI Opera.
For The Lyric Theatre: Queen of Hearts in Alice in Wonderland, Captain Jess Hook in Peter Pan and Swallowfire in Pinnochino all written and directed by Paul Boyd. Ruth in The Pirates of Penzance for The Belfast Ensemble, and Mrs Thistlewaite in Dear Sprit by Tara Lynne O’Neill. The Witch in Grimm Hotel and Lady Helena Hope in The Ghost House both for Cahoots for The Belfast International Festival.
West End Credits: Baruska in Once at The Phoenix Theatre directed by John Tiffany, Sister Mary Teresa in Sister Act at The London Palladium directed by Whoopi Goldberg and Anthony Van Laast, Queenie in From a Jack to a King at The Ambassadors and Miranda in Return to The Forbidden Planet at The Cambridge Theatre written and directed by Bob Carlton. The latter being the first Actor Musician show to win Best Musical at The Laurence Olivier Awards. All Original companies.
Film and TV : Head Washerwoman/featured Ensemble in Disney’s Beauty and The Beast directed by Bill Condon, Mamma Mia “Here We Go Again” directed by Ol Parker and Sal Pucino in CBBC’s Nova Jones directed by Fergus Costello. Other TV credits include The Bill, London’s Burning and Mose’s Jones as well as a Crunchy Nut Cornflake Advert. Old Friends and Other Days for NI Opera.
Touring: Betty in Blonde Bombshells of 1945, Sister Mary Teresea/Mary Lazurus and Mother Superior in Sister Act, and Gloria in Return To The Forbidden Planet. The Girls by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth.
Regional Theatre: Martha in Whose Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Lowbutt and Grace in Honk, Lady Macbeth in Macbeth, Sally Bowles in Cabaret, Nancy in Oliver! and many pantomimes all over the country namely, Theatre Clywd, Queens Theatre Hornchurch and The Wosely Ipswich.
Radio: A Ticket to Identify by Jake O’Kane. Currently recording ‘Moth to A Flame’ The Diaries of David E Thompson and Only Heaven Knows by Alex Harding available on all audio platforms.
This is Allison’s debut at the MAC and she is delighted to be spending Christmas with you. I wish you a happy and healthy 2023.