THE Teme Spirits return with their first major production in two years when they stage the pantomime “Cinderella” tonight Friday, February 2, and on Saturday, February 3.

Shows at Knighton Community Centre are at 7.30pm tonight and at 2.30 and 7.30pm on Saturday.

More than 20 people will be appearing in the production by Bob Heather and Cheryl Barrett accompanied by a live band and a supporting crew of about 20, with a mixed age range.

Megan Roberts will star as Cinderella, Chloe Lewis is her Prince Charming, Nicole Pritchard as Dandini and Jo Pardoe-Bouchard plays the Queen.

Halitotia played by Ian Sharp and Fartina played by Paul Heseltine add some wit and colour as the Ugly Sisters while Tracie Durant stars as a convincing Fairy Godmother.

There is a chorus of courtiers, beauticians, keep-fitters, townspeople, hairdressers and ball guests which includes Janet Beech, Jo Brooker, Nadia Bull, Fiona Collins, Abby Durant, Linda Hawkes, Sandra Sharp, Rose Whitefoot and Colin Wood.

Music for the performance is provided by the band made up of Katie Baker, Trevor Head, Ruth Middleton and Adam Olds.

The show is produced by Carole Pigram with Sandra Sharp assisting complimented by musical director Katie Baker and stage manager is Jo Lewis, assisted by John Lewis, Ann Lloyd and Phil Durant.

Tickets for the pantomime are £8 for adults and £5 for primary school children and they are available from the Tower House Galley in Knighton.

The group has been inactive due to the improvement work being carried out at the Community Centre, but look forward to performing in the new look venue.

NICOLE Pritchard as Dandini holds the sparkly slipper with Prince Charming played by Chloe Lewis, and Cinderella played by Megan Roberts, in the Teme Spirits pantomime “Cinderella” this weekend.