Front, Phoebe Smith as the Giant and Jordan Winn as Fairy Liquid. Back, High Sheriff of Norfolk Lady Agnew, Daisy, Mike Miles as Dame Dot Trott, deputy borough mayor Margaret Wilkinson, Sophia Dawson as Silly Billy, Gabby Short as Jack Trott and Veronica Levett-Scrivener. Picture: Matthew Usher

There was lots of fun to be had at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange when the Lavender Hill Mob Theatre Company staged its pre-season pantomime.

Members of the Lynn-based theatre company entertained audiences with three performances of Jack and the Beanstalk last week.

Tim Rock, musical director, said: “All performances were well-paced and went along with gusto.

“The cast were very excited to be involved in another show run and gave their all.

“Audiences were supportive, lively, enthusiastic and contributed to the fun atmosphere, with plenty of laughs, boos, screams and shouts – in just the right places.”

The remainder of the year sees the group performing in various fundraising events in and around Lynn, as well as resuming workshops at Fairstead Community Centre in William Booth Road, Lynn, on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 5pm to 8pm.

In the New Year, the group will begin rehearsals for its Easter pantomime, Robin Hood, which will be at the Corn Exchange in April.

Lavender Hill Mob is an inclusive theatre company and anyone is welcome to join, whatever their ability, and there is no audition.

For more information, visit the website at: or call the head office, in St James Street, Lynn, on 01553 340153.