PwC partners take to the stage at Sadler’s Wells for its panto

 
Gabriella Griffith
THE CAPITALIST ventured up to Sadler’s Wells Peacock Theatre for the PwC panto, Cinderella, last night, and before you say it – “oh yes I did.” It’s the 28th year the firm has put on the show, which stars people from across the firm including several cameos from partners, all in the name of charity. And it’s not just for one night – the cast perform eight London shows before taking it on the road to perform in four of PwC’s regional office locations. Phew! “Going on stage feels more anonymous than a board meeting, you can’t see people’s faces so it can be less nerve racking than the business environment,” Brian Henderson, partner in London mid-tier assurance at PwC (and one of the ugly sisters) told The Capitalist. PwC chairman Ian Powell made his stage debut before jetting off to Davos. It was a glittering performance by all, literally