Two of Aberdeen’s best-loved pantomime stars are swapping the stage for the computer screen in a bid to raise cash for a children’s charity.
Aberdeen panto audiences have helped raise more than £13,000 for a children’s charity.
Here’s what Lee Mead, Alan McHugh and Jordan Young have to say… and little ones should pay close attention.
Stars of this year’s pantomime Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs have been spreading festive cheer to youngsters at an Aberdeen hospital.
A well-known actor has given his backing to a north-east charity by becoming its first celebrity ambassador.
Nicola Beaton knows just how funny His Majesty’s panto can be... because last year she laughed so much she went into labour.
Some day your prince will come ... and it will be Holby City star Lee Mead in His Majesty’s panto this Christmas.
Leading North-east figures have sent us their festive messages.
Christmas has come early to community groups and charities with a special panto ticket giveaway.
As staple fixtures of the biggest pantomime in the North-east, dazzling and delighting audiences at Christmas time comes naturally to Alan McHugh and Jordan Young.
AT ONE uproariously funny moment in Peter Pan, Smee turns to Maggie Celeste and asks "Mammy, we're breathing and talking underwater ... is this magic?" and she answers, "naw son, it's panto". Same thing.