Aladdin was given a jet powered boost to his magic carpet after an aircraft hangar was transformed into a Moray pantomime venue.
The British Forces Foundation performed at RAF Lossiemouth this week in front of the base’s Typhoon aircraft.
More than 300 children and parents were in the vast hangar, which was transformed into an Arabian scene for the event.
Children marvelled as Aladdin appeared to take to the sky in the show in front of Typhoon jets that are capable of reaching supersonic speeds.
Station commander, group captain Jim Walls, made a special appearance in the energetic performance that was filled with audience participation.
The senior officer was serenaded by the pantomime dame during the show, much to the amusement of the young audience.
Children shouted to the cast as the evil characters lurked in dark corners of the hangar before stepping into the limelight.
Props from the Royal Air Force, including a buggy and an adorable dog, also made appearances in the colourful extravaganza.
The performance was part of the foundation’s “panto bus” tour around military bases all over the country.
The tour aims to bring fun and laughter to children who have family members currently serving in the armed forces.
Personnel at RAF Lossiemouth will remain on duty constantly over the Christmas period as part of the UK’s quick reaction alert operation.
The service is responsible for scrambling jets to intercept unidentified aircraft that are approaching the country’s airspace.
The base is responsible for maintaining the aircraft to keep a watchful eye over the North Sea for 365 days a year.
Sarah Riley-Evans, RAF Lossiemouth’s community development officer, said children were thrilled to see the show at the base.
She said: “It was great to have the panto bus start their tour of service bases by visiting us here for the third consecutive year.
“It’s a wonderful initiative by the British Forces Foundation and the pantomime was as popular as ever with our families.”