THERE’S still time to catch the Bridgwater Pantomime Society’s latest show.

The society is this year celebrating it’s diamond anniversary in style with Cinderella .

The show is being performed at the town hall and runs until Saturday, January 28.

Zoe Pike stars as the title character and plays poor Cinderella, bullied by her mean-spirited stepmother Baroness Hardup (Lindsey Stone) and the scene- stealing Ugly Sisters played by panto veterans Keith Robinson and Ken Stone.

The show also features Jordan Hill as Cinderella’s lovelorn best friend Buttons, Kimberley Priddle is the dashing Prince Charming while Richard Porter as the hapless Baron Hardup.

Margaret Robinson, who plays Cinderella’s Fairy Godmother and is also vice-chairman of the board of directors, said: “This is the seventh time the society has presented this pantomime and it promises to be filled with slap-stick, magic, audience participation, song, dance and comedy.

“It takes an enormous effort to put together the pantomime and so many deserve credit who don’t appear on the stage, including the lighting team, musicians, stage crew, choreographer, front of house team, make-up, costumes and props and many more.”

This year’s show was written by Keith and Margaret Robinson who produced and directed it alongside Richard Porter.

Lionel Porter, president of the Bridgwater Pantomime Society, said: “As you watch those on stage acting, singing and danc- ing, it is the result of months of hard work and preparation.”

The show runs until Saturday, January 28 at Bridgwater Town Hall, starting at 7pm with tickets costing £11 for adults and £8 for children.

To purchase tickets phone the Pantomime Box Office on 07939 926449, or visit the Carnival Museum daily be- tween 10am and 1pm.