West End and television leading man, Lee Mead, stars as the dashing Prince in His Majesty’s Theatre's performance of Snow White later this year.
Dawn French has signed up to make her panto debut.
Christmas is all about wishes, from adult’s hopes and dreams of a better year to come, to children hoping to get everything on their Santa list.
Music legend Jimmy Osmond isn't a long-haired lover any more.
Jimmy Osmond will swap America for Aberdeen this Christmas when he joins the line-up for the annual panto at the city's His Majesty's Theatre.
Portrait of panto queen Elaine C Smith to go under the hammer… And it already has a £2,000 opening bid
Aberdeen's much-cherished panto queen Elaine C Smith has unveiled a special portrait of herself to help raise funds for charity.
A video of the former first minister in a popular north-east Christmas panto will not be withdrawn despite provoking a political row.
Charlotte Forbes searches for fame and fortune as Dick Whittington at Eden Court Theatre this Christmas.
Are you ready to cheer and boo? We take a look behind the scenes at HMT’s panto.
Sarah MacNay is one of the community members involved with the Tivoli pantomime Aladdin, which is until December 23.
The cast and crew of Eden Court's Dick Whittington delivered a stellar performance yesterday packed with colour, comedy and fantastic choreography.
The Christmas lights are on, children are lining up to visit Santa and the Union Terrace market is in full swing. There is only one more thing we need to get us excited on the run up to the big day – panto.
VIDEO: Elaine C Smith, Alan McHugh and Jordan Young have a special message for north-east panto fans
Elaine C Smith, Alan McHugh and Jordan Young are back in Aberdeen for panto season. And they have a special message for their north-east fans ahead of Dick McWhittington opening at HMT tomorrow. The show runs until January 8. Tickets priced from £24.50-£30.50 and available from www.aberdeenperformingarts.com
It's behind you! Actually, it's not. Panto season is just beginning and in Aberdeen and the north-east, there are plenty to choose from.
Instead of searching for Nessie this winter, actress Charlotte Forbes will search for fame and fortune in Inverness.
With ticking lifelike crocodiles, children who can fly, pirates and a boy who doesn’t grow old, Peter Pan the panto is a show not to be missed, writes Susan Welsh
A sighting of Elaine C. Smith in the Granite City can mean only one thing – panto season is nearly upon us. Cheryl Livingstone speaks to four local lads who have bagged the chance of a lifetime and get to share the stage with the queen herself
One north-east firm has more than its share of Christmas stars - with five of its staff putting on pantomimes this festive season.
Be prepared to laugh, smile and enjoy a night with the wonderful Elaine C. Smith, who, for once, is appearing as herself, writes Susan Welsh