Now that we know all is still securely fun-tastic in the StirlingStella region of the Pantosphere, we can admit to our fears. Would there be cries of "wh-e-e-e-re's Johnny?" when the driving force behind the MacBob's five successive years of hit pantos didn't sashay on stage in something outrageous. Well Johnny McKnight, still the writer of this Cinderella, and all ticket-holders can breathe easy – though the latter will probably be breathless with laughter. From the opening scene, where the learner fairies – played by local youngsters – are given the task of making Ella's dream of romance come true through to her happy ending with a Prince who is totally in step with her Dirty Dancing footwork, this production (updated by McKnight and directed by Julie Brown) doesn't miss any of the inbuilt tricks.