MEMBERS of the Lavender Hill Mob Theatre Company will take to the stage next week with their latest production.

The tale of Babes in The Wood will be portrayed at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange for two days.

Performances will be at 6.30pm on Friday, April 14 and 6.30pm and 2.30pm on Saturday, April 15.

The Lynn-based company has been supported this year by West Norfolk Mayor and Mayoress, David and Linda Whitby, as their chosen charity.

Tim Rock, the charity’s chairman and musical director, said: “Those of you who have seen this multi-award winning theatre company before will have witnessed first-hand, their professionalism in delivering first-rate cracking shows and the forthcoming production is no exception. So if you fancy some fast-paced, good old- fashioned family fun this Easter holiday, tickets are available from the Corn Exchange box office on 01553 764864, or by visiting the website.”

Tickets cost £10 for adults, £7 for children/concessions and there is a £25 family ticket for four people. The company was founded in 2001 as the Lavender Hill Mob Drama Club.

The title was changed to theatre company because it offered more than just drama.

Workshops are held at the Crossroads Day Centre, Grimston Road.

Members of all abilities are welcome and the aim is for the company to eventually have its own purpose-built theatre with dedicated rehearsal and studio facilities.

The Corn Exchange website for ticket details is:  www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk