The Whissendine STARS packed the village hall out over two evenings (February 3-4) for the their annual pantomime.
The group presented Camelot, a performance by and in association with Ben Crocker Pantomimes.
Jill Fenby-Taylor of the STARS said: “The panto was a great success with full houses both nights. The audience were treated to some beautiful songs by a talented cast of both adults and children who were all dressed in some amazing costumes.
“Those who watched were entertained by a dancing teddy, two singing heads, a talking clock, a naughty ghost and a disappearing bed amongst other things.”