Magic is in the making at an upcoming pantomime in Mundesely.

The Mundesley Players are putting on Aladdin at the village’s Coronation Hall, with performances planned between February 14 and 18.

Cheryl Collings, director, said the group had “gone big” for this year’s show, which will feature music and dance and plenty of laughs for both child and adult viewers. 

Ms Collings said: “We’ve gone big this year.

“New ideas and spectacular scenes will give you a show like you’ve never seen before in Mundesley.”

The panto is set mainly in China and with a sidestep to Egypt. 

The story follows the mischievous Wishee Washee and his gang as they team up with the lovable Widow Twankey in her outrageous laundry. 

Shows will take palace at 7.30pm and there will be a Saturday matinee at 2pm.

Tickets are £12 for adults and £8 for under 16s from or all from 2.30pm-4.30pm every Sunday.