FEE fi fo fum!

Award-winning Kingsley Players invite you to join them for an evening of panto fun as Jack and his incredible beanstalk take root on stage at Kingsley Community Centre in January.

Northwich Guardian:

Written by the group’s multi-talented musical director William Arnold Ashbrook, the musical play tells the much-loved traditional tale of young Jack, who sells the family’s cow for some seemingly worthless beans.

Award-winning young actor Matthew Betteridge takes the title role and he is joined on stage by many Kingsley favourites – Sue Elliott as his long-suffering mother, David Snow and Simon Hetherington as bumbling burglars, brothers Joe and Roy Youds as ugly sisters and JoJo Gleave as wicked Grizelda who dupes the poor farm boy out of his bovine pal.

Northwich Guardian:

A large enthusiastic cast, golden eggs, giant beanstalks and a cornucopia of corny jokes are guaranteed to wipe away the winter blues.

Director Jo Oultram said: “This marvellous show has all the much-loved ingredients of a traditional pantomime and Arnold has written some fantastic, foot-tapping songs.

Northwich Guardian:

"We guarantee to bring a smile to your face with the sheer silliness of it all.”

Jack and the Incredible Beanstalk will play for five performances at Kingsley Community Centre, from Wednesday, January 29 until Saturday, February 1 – including a Saturday matinee.

Northwich Guardian:

Tickets cost £8/£9, with £5 students/children available on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday matinee.

Book in advance through the website kingsleyplayers.co.uk or call the box office on 07724892154