Plenty of panto fun to be enjoyed in county

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YULE have fun if you put on your glass slippers and see one of the pantos on offer across the county this Christmas.

l In Lincoln, Aladdin is showing at the Theatre Royal.

Cannon and Ball will be returning with their wonderful brand of anarchic banter and humour to play the Chinese policemen.

They will be accompanied by Robin Askwith and Michelle Hardwick.

l At the Drill Hall, Lincoln, Dick Whittington makes an appearance with a cast which includes Lincs FM’s John Marshall and Harry Potter star Chris Rankin (Percy Weasly).

Follow Dick and his cat as he makes his way to London trying to find streets paved with gold and win the heart of his love Alice Fitzwarren.

Will he defeat the Queen Rat?

l In King’s Lynn, John Altman (Nasty Nick Cotton) stars alongside Steven Pinder, Tracey Penn and Ian Marr in Jack and The Beanstalk at the Corn Exchange.

Join Jack on the adventure of a lifetime as he bounds up the beanstalk to do battle with Giant Blunderbore. Does Dame Trott finally get her man? Can Simple Simon work out which end of the cow needs milking?

l At the South Holland Centre, in Spalding, Polka Dot Theatre Company’s Sleeping Beauty is the pantomime of choice.

Produced by Polka Dot, Sleeping Beauty promises a perfect Christmas treat for boys and girls of all ages.

l At the Embassy Theatre, Skegness prepare to be hooked as Peter Pan comes to the seaside town.

It stars Carl Johns as Smee, Nic Gilder as Hook, Howard Leader as Starkey, Kelly Potter as Wendy and Lee Craig Norman as Peter Pan.

l For times, ticket prices and how to book turn over to our listings page.