IT's panto time again in Saundersfoot - oh yes, it is!

And this year's offering from Saundersfoot Footlights is the traditional favourite, Cinderella.

No doubt the accomplished and adventurous group will be putting their own spin on the tale, alongside plenty of magical sound and lighting effects,dazzling costumes and inventive scenery.

Saundersfoot's Cinders will be Lana Lewis, who escapes from the drudgery of the kitchen to a spectacular ball at the palace.

She is aided and abetted by her friend Buttons (Stacey Etherington), hindered by her Ugly Sisters (Marc Styles and Christopher Tilbury) and looked after by the Fairy Godmother (Jocelyn Aveyard).

Her father, Baron Hardup, is played by Andy Griffiths, with Megan Pritchett as the handsome Prince Charming and Rosie Griffin as Dandini.

The show is directed by Marc Styles, with the musical direction, as usual, by Clive Raymond.

Cinderella opens at the Regency Hall, Saundersfoot on Monday (December 3) at 7.30pm, with performances every weeknight and a matinee on Saturday (December 8) at 2.30pm.

Tickets are £8 for Monday and Tuesday and £10 for Wednesday to Saturday, and are available online at, the Regency Hall and Little & Large Lite Bites, Saundersfoot; Dales in Tenby, Ocky White Travel in Haverfordwest and at each performance.