For those who have been missing the thrill of the theatre now all your dreams will come true – no fairy godmother needed.

After a two year break, panto finally returns to Flushing with the traditional story of Cinderella.

Under the direction of Sue Lightfoot, the cast perform will well known songs to live music, dance and tell jokes, whilst wearing colourful costumes surrounded by an array of different scenery.

The panto features the characters of Cinderella  Picture: Terri Waters

The panto features the characters of Cinderella Picture: Terri Waters

Cinderella seems destined for a life in rags doing household chores, with no chance of attending the Royal Ball.

However, her fairy godmother magically transforms her dream into reality – but what will happen when the spell wears off at midnight and all that’s left is a glass slipper?

The pantomime will be performed from Tuesday, February until Saturday, February 19 at St Peter’s Church Hall in Flushing.

The panto features an array of colourful costumes  Picture: Terri Waters

The panto features an array of colourful costumes Picture: Terri Waters

Doors will open at 7pm with curtain up at 7.30pm. The Tuesday ticket price of £10 includes a pasty, while Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are priced at £7 as picnic nights where audience members can bring their own food. The final night, Saturday, is £7 as a standard seating night.

There is a bar available or people can bring their own drinks.Tickets are available from The Seven Stars pub and the village shop.

As is tradition, the panto group will give a preview performance to the pupils of Flushing School, with all proceeds generated from the week going to Flushing School, as they have done since the group was established since 1985.