Theatre ready for panto fun

Panto time: Jack and the Beanstalk will be showing at the Embassy Theatre, Skegness. Some of the cast are pictured here at the launch with the Mayor and Mayoress of Skegness Coun George Saxon and his wife Julie.

Panto time: Jack and the Beanstalk will be showing at the Embassy Theatre, Skegness. Some of the cast are pictured here at the launch with the Mayor and Mayoress of Skegness Coun George Saxon and his wife Julie.

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Audiences can expect a giant of a pantomime when Jack and the Beanstalk opens at the Embassy Theatre this festive season.

The panto takes to the stage at the Skegness venue later this month, promising fun for all the family.

A spokesman for the Grand Parade theatre said: “Our hero Jack, his mother Dame Trott and his brother Simon haven’t a bean to their name and their village Sunnyvale is being destroyed by the evil Blunderbore.

“To make matters worse Daisy the cow has gone dry and the giant’s henchman, Fleshcreep, has kidnapped the beautiful princess!

“Join us to see if Jack can defeat the evil giant, retrieve the magic harp and win the hand of the beautiful princess in this wonderful family Christmas production.”

The show, by Jamie Marcus Productions, features BBC Radio Lincolnshire’s Howard Leader as King Crumble and West End performer Chris Howard as Fleshcreep.

You can also expect plenty of audience participation - oh yes you can!

The pantomime opens on Friday, December 12 and runs through until Monday, December 29 (no performance on Christmas Day).

Tickets are prcied at £13 for adults and £10 for children, with family concerssions also available.

For more details, visit www.embassytheatre.co.uk or call the box office on 0845 674 0505.