Christmas pantomime Aladdin comes to New Theatre Royal in Lincoln from December 8 to January 7
The stars will be out as Aladdin flies into the New Theatre Royal Lincoln on his magic carpet for the return of Christmas pantomime.
Aladdin will feature a vibrant set, colourful costumes, huge dance routines, sensational vocals, and lots of comedy to get the audience rolling in their seats.
This year's cast will feature some familiar faces, including the return of Strictly Come Dancing legend, Ian Waite, as the Sultan Cha-Cha-Cha after he became an audience favourite in last year's panto as the Fairy Godfather.
He will be joined by Olympic medal-winning gymnast and winner of Strictly Come Dancing and ITV's The Masked Dancer, Louis Smith MBE, who will be taking on a whole new challenge as Abanazar in his first ever panto.
West End leading man, Roger Wright, who played the role of adult Simba in the original West End cast of The Lion King, will be bringing some acting pedigree to his role as the Genie of the Lamp.
The show run from this Friday, December 8, to Sunday, January 7.
A signed and relaxed performance will also take place on Sunday, December 10 and 1.30pm, suitable for visitors who use sign language or parents with babies and pre-school children, and anyone with an Autism Spectrum Condition, sensory and communication disorder, or a learning disability.
As an in-house production, the theatre is able to keep all ticket revenue from the pantomime, which means ticket holder will be helping to support the upkeep of the 129-year-old theatre and ensuring that entertainment can continue to thrive.
For ticket informationa nd timings, visit the New Theatre Royal Lincoln website.