Tickets for this year's Pilton pantomime go on sale on Thursday, November 15 and organisers are hoping for another sell-out.
Entitled After The Ball, it is a sequel to Cinderella and tells the story of what happens following the wedding.
It is John Howe's 10th Pilton pantomime as writer and director so it is not to be missed.
On stage there will be familiar faces and lots of new ones in an original story featuring fairies, Ugly Sisters, dancers, animals, singers, drama and comedy as well as Prince Charming and Cinders.
The pantomime is to be staged in the function room of Pilton Working Men's Club, at 7.30pm on Thursday and Friday, December 6 and 7, and at 2.15pm and 7.45pm on Saturday, December 8.
There will be a raffle and the bar available in the club.
Tickets are £7, children £4, available from Pilton Post Office, Pilton Working Men's Club and from the Howe's on 01749 890239.
Tickets will be available from November 15.