Win! A family ticket to the pantomime Jack & The Beanstalk at Worksop

Jack & The Beanstalk is this year's pantomime at the Acorn Theatre in Worksop next month
Jack & The Beanstalk is this year's pantomime at the Acorn Theatre in Worksop next month

The stage is set for lots of Fee-Fi-Fo-Fun at Worksop’s Acorn Theatre this December with their giant of a pantomime, Jack & The Beanstalk.

And we have a family ticket to give away for the performance on December 6.

This favourite of all panto stories sees hapless hero Jack Trott land in a heap of trouble when he trades Daisy The Cow for a handful of beans.

But with a sprinkle of magic, he’s soon on a crazy quest to climb a beanstalk, defeat an evil giant, find fame and fortune and finally pay off his mum’s Council Tax bill!

The action-packed adventure is brought magically to life by The Young Theatre Company, featuring a talented cast of almost 200 young performers aged four to 21, alongside the not so young but well-loved panto dame David Cavell guest-starring as the hilarious Dame Dotty Trott’

Written by best-selling local writer Craig Hawes, the pantomime also includes some of Craig’s original songs from his internationally-acclaimed musicals, along with show-stoppers from Hairspray and Mary Poppins.

“It’s a really magical family show full of surprises, with highlights including a talking chicken, Daisy the tap-dancing cow and a breath-taking beanstalk that really has to be seen to be believed,” said director and choreographer Hayla Hawes.

“It’s packed with festive fun, crazy characters and non-stop laughter and promises to be our biggest and best yet.”

The show is on from December 2-6 at 7pm each night, plus a Saturday matinee at 2pm.

All tickets are £8 on 01909 501817 or online at

To win a family ticket (two adults and two children) for the final night, answer this question: What does Jack trade Daisy the Cow for in the show? a) Beans, b) Sausages or c) Potatoes?

Email your answer, together with your name, addess, email and daytime contact number to

Closing date is November 27 and the editor’s decision in final.

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