THE pantomime season is here again with a number of productions open this week, including the biggest show of all with 70 performances of “Mother Goose” at Shrewsbury’s Theatre Severn.

The Evolution pantomimes have proved a winner with many shows already selling out. It opens on Wednesday, November 28, and there are two shows most days, either at 10.15am, 2pm, or 6pm, through to Sunday, January 6.

Brad Fitt returns to lead the cast in the role of title role of the Dame, Mother Goose, Radio Shropshire’s Eric Smith is also back and Lisa Davina Phillip, Matt Dallen and Matt Daines complete the main cast.

There will be lots of audience participation again, plus spectacular effects and lots f laughs in this fun-filled show.

Ticket prices range from £15 to £25.50 depending on date and time, and can be booked with the box office on 01743 281281, or vis

Next Friday, November 30, is the opening night for “Cinderella: the Fairy Tale”, this year’s festive show by the Louche Theatre company held at the Morlan Centre at Aberystwyth.

Written by Sally Cookson and Adam Peck, the opening show at 7.30pm with more on Saturday and Sunday, December 1 and 2 at 2.30pm and 7.30pm.

Tickets cost £11 or £9.50 concession. Box Office open on 01970 612617 or online at . For more information call the Louche Theatre Box Office on 01970 612617.

Directed by Harry Durnall, this stage version has captivated audiences with its dazzlingly original take on one of the oldest and best loved fairytales of all time.

Packed with all the well known characters, crystal clear story telling, music and dance, this classic tale of fortunes reversed is brought startlingly and imaginatively to life.

Wistanstow Players have already opened their show with their “postmodern pantomime” “Hansel and Gretel, being staged at the Village Hall, near Bishops Castle.

It opened last night Thursday, and there are more shows at at 7.30pm tonight Friday, and on Saturday, November 24.

Call 07875666182 for tickets prices and availability including discounts for groups.

There is also another pantomime taking place at Shrewsbury with the Wightman Theatre presenting the alternative show “Snow White and the Seven Ugly Bast***S”.

It opens tonight Friday and another show at 7.30pm this Saturday, November 24, Tickets are £16, .