It is thought to be the only theatre-hosted panto to be taking place in Norfolk this year.
The Tom Rolfe Productions show will have a five-person cast and last for 90 minutes with no interval.
The theatre's boss is prepared to push the shows back if the government guidelines are changed.
It is a traditional fixture of the festive season, but this year's Norwich Theatre Royal pantomime has been postponed to Christmas 2021.
Never mind the front row, you can catch these shows from your front room as theatres make their productions available online.
Make Friday the 13th a day to remember – for all the right reasons with King’s Lynn Festival’s double bill at St George’s Guildhall.
One of the highlights of the cultural year, as the Russian State Opera returns to the Corn Exchange with a timeless and emotional opera.
A popular classic is being performed by a local cast in March.
Here are dates for the diaries for the new theatre season on the way to Lynn.
Twisted Melon Battle Of The Bands is back for its 10th year and its next heat continues in Lynn this weekend.
The 1970s soul survivors with original vocalists Chris Amoo and Dave Smith and live five-piece band will be out touring.
After a fantastic sell-out debut tour, Tina Turner fans will have the time of their lives as the smash hit show What’s Love Got To Do With It?
The acoustic portion of the Battle of the Bands got off the mark on Sunday, as six acts battled for three spots in the next round.
Anyone going to see the latest panto production by the Players will not be let down, says this reviewer.
This upcoming show features the very best new stand-up from BBC New Comedy and live music from BBC Introducing.