Our guide to Christmas pantomimes in King's Lynn, Peterborough and Wisbech this winter

PUBLISHED: 17:17 23 November 2017 | UPDATED: 17:17 23 November 2017

The Cresset Theatre in Peterborough will be sprinkling some pantomime magic on the age-old fable Snow White and the Seven Dwarves this Christmas.

The Cresset Theatre in Peterborough will be sprinkling some pantomime magic on the age-old fable Snow White and the Seven Dwarves this Christmas.

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Our guide to Christmas pantomimes in King's Lynn, Peterborough and Wisbech this winter

Sleeping Beauty is the pantomime at the Key Theatre in Peterborough this Christmas.Sleeping Beauty is the pantomime at the Key Theatre in Peterborough this Christmas.

Sleeping Beauty is the pantomime at the Key Theatre in Peterborough this Christmas – and it runs from December 7 to January 7.

With everything you expect from a Key Theatre Pantomime, its an all singing, all dancing month of music and madness.

The cast of Jack and the Beanstalk, which is the Christmas pantomime at the King's Lynn Corn Exchange this winter.The cast of Jack and the Beanstalk, which is the Christmas pantomime at the King's Lynn Corn Exchange this winter.

This is the story of Sleeping Beauty – the enchanting tale of true love, princesses and princes.

Adventure and excitement are always a major part of panto at the Key together with an abundance of slapstick, humour, music and spectacle and this story has it all.

RATZ�s pantomime this year is Beauty and the Beast and it will be performed at the Wisbech Angles Theatre from December 9 to 31.RATZ�s pantomime this year is Beauty and the Beast and it will be performed at the Wisbech Angles Theatre from December 9 to 31.

Running time is approximately two hours and 10 minutes (including an interval). Tickets, £10 to £18.50, are available from www.vivacity-peterborough.com

The Cresset Theatre in Peterborough will be sprinkling some pantomime magic on the age-old fable Snow White and the Seven Dwarves this Christmas.

The timeless fairytale of the young princess with skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood and hair as black as coal is a family favourite and the beloved classic will be getting the Cresset panto treatment in a magical production filled with joy, laughter, singing, dancing and festive fun.

Join Snow White on her journey to not only escape the wicked Queen’s plot to become the fairest one of all, but also her quest to find her one true love.

On the way she’ll encounter all the elements that made this story famous – an enchanted mirror, a poisoned apple and of course, seven dwarves.

The cast includes Snow White - Victoria Jane (Teletubbies), Muddles - Kevin Kennedy (Coronation Street, We Will Rock You), Prince Charming - Mitch Hewer (Skins, Casualty) and Dame Betty Bon-Bon - Zach Vanderfelt (a Cresset panto favourite!)

It is being performed from December 9 to 30. Tickets from £11.50 via www.cresset.ticketsolve.com

Join intrepid Jack on the adventure of a lifetime as he scampers boldly up the beanstalk to do battle with Giant Blunderbore during this year’s Christmas pantomime at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange.

Does Dame Trott finally get her man? Can Simple Simon work out which end of the cow needs milking? Will Clarabelle remember her dance mooo-ves?

Ian Reddington plays Fleshcreep, Ian Marr is Dame Trott, Scott Cripps

plays Simple Simon and Rebecca Lisewski is Jack.

Jack and the Beanstalk is at the venue from Friday December 8 until Sunday December 31.

Tickets, £15 to £21.50, via www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk

RATZ’s pantomime this year is Beauty and the Beast and it will be performed at the Wisbech Angles Theatre from December 9 to 31.

Belle is our heroine and above all else she loves roses.

One day she journeys through the woods and ends up near the Beast’s castle. She is captured and imprisoned and the rest of the story carries on.

They did all live happily ever after.

Tickets, £10 in advance, are available from www.anglestheatre.co.uk

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