Pantomime fans do not have to wait until the next festive season for a new show.
It’s curtain up on Tuesday at 6.30pm at Lynn Corn Exchange for the Lavender Hill Mob Theatre Company’s production of Aladdin.
There are also two performances on Wednesday (20th) at 2.30pm and 6.30pm.
The multi-award winning group also has a new patron ahead of the show, the KL.FM breakfast show presenter Simon Rowe.
LHMTC chairman Tim Rock said: “Simon took part in our last production, Searching for Santa, back in November, playing the part of the mirror.
“He enjoyed himself so much that he agreed to become a patron of the group. All the members are extremely thrilled to have him on board.”
Simon, who becomes a patron, alongside Adam Rayner, Warwick Davis, Roger Dean and Archie Andrews, said: “Having worked at KL.FM for 18 years and being involved in many charity events around the county of Norfolk, it never entered my head that an organisation would actually want me as their patron!
“I have followed LHMTC for many years and have always been impressed with their ethos.”
Membership of the group has risen from 15 to more than 80 and is still increasing and on the website it states: “We are an inclusive theatre company. This means that everyone is welcome no matter what their abilities and no audition is necessary.
“Everyone is respected, valued and encouraged to take part, no matter how small their contribution is.”
Tickets at £7.50 adults and £5 for children and concessions are available from the Corn Exchange box office on 01553 764864. For more details you should visit www.lhmtc.co.uk or email email@example.com