Family fun for everyone at the Priory Theatre

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Kenilworth Christmas Lights Switch on 2014.''''Pictured: Cast members from Priory Theatre Panto. NNL-141130-023950009

Traditional family favourite Mother Goose is heading to Kenilworth as the Priory gets set to open its annual pantomime season.

The festive classic will bring song, dance, slapstick and fun for all ages in the run up to Christmas, with tickets now on sale.

Mother Goose tells the tale of a woman who wants to be beautiful and all the things she will do to make it happen.

It follows the Goose family who are about to be evicted from their cottage by the nasty Squire Stingfelt - played by Paul Sanders.

But when Priscilla the Goose arrives she saves the day by laying golden eggs.

At the same time the Demon of Discontent (played by Daniel Kirk) is working hard to make everyone in the audience miserable and battling with the Fairy Goosedown (Tasha Stevens) to see who can save the day and bring happiness back to the world.

The cast also includes Rachel Ann Johns, Nathan Lloyd and Mark Jefferies as Mother Goose.

And with plenty of audience participation and mayhem with the panto dame, the evening is sure to entertain all ages.

See the show at the Rosemary Hill theatre between December 17 and January 4.

Book via the box office on 863334 or from the theatre.

For more details or times, visit the theatre’s website at www.priorytheatre.co.uk