Aladdin packs the laughs at the Gladstone

The cast of Aladdin

Radio Clatterbridge listeners have been getting into the Christmas spirit by hearing about a pantomime being performed near the health park.

Coffee Club presenter Mandy Shepherd has reviewed the production of Aladdin...

"This was a fantastic night at the Gladstone Theatre in the beautiful village of Port Sunlight.

"Following the record breaking Cinderella, Dreamworld Entertainments are back with a bang in what promises to be their biggest panto ever!

"Appealing to every age there was lots of booing and cheering from the audience.

"This is great family entertainment with lots of laughs.

Navanah and Savannah meet the characters

"Children were dancing in the isles and some even dressed up for the occasion.

"Five year old Gigi was happy in the aisles while Navanah, 9, and three year old Savannah even got to meet the cast on stage.

Gigi enjoys the show from the aisles

"Theatre manager Jordan Barnes clearly loves the theatre and did a fantastic job as always.

"We must also not forget the hard working volunteers in the theatre who are always friendly and a pleasure to speak with.

"The show is definitely worth a visit."

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