TIME is running out for people to see a village pantomime for another year.
Audiences have been entertained by the Greatham Village Players who have been performing their annual panto since the show started on Wednesday.
This year the show is the classic fairytale Cinderella, featuring a cast of around 30, and of all ages.
The final chance to see it is tomorrow when the curtain will come down on the production for another year.
It is on at Greatham Community Centre, Front Street, Greatham, and performances start at 7pm.
The Players have performed an annual pantomime for many years and recent productions have included Mother Goose, Dick Whittington and Jack and the Beanstalk.
They always tweak the script to add a few references to well-known people and places to raise a laugh.
Directed by Keith Watson, audiences can expect plenty of fun, laughter and participation.
Throughout the year the Players keep busy by taking part in village events and murder mystery nights.
Tickets cost £4 for adults and £3 for children and concessions from Greatham Post Office.