A COLOURFUL, charismatic cornucopia of fun and farce awaits pantomime goers at Cheltenham''s Everyman Theatre in their latest production Mother Goose.

Starring Gloucestershire's very own panto superstar Tweedy as his first panto dame this production has it all from quirky humour to audience interaction and it will have you dancing in the aisles until dawn.

Written by the brilliant and talented Sam Holmes and co-directed by Nick Winston the show combines popular tunes which all the children will know and dazzlingly colourful and creative costumes and dance numbers. Mother Goose will thrill all those who choose it as their panto treat this year.

Tweedy does not disappoint with his complex and colourful costumes bringing his physical theatre and circus skills to the fore and enjoying brilliant chemistry with his co-stars including Bree Smith as the Good Fairy of Gloucestershire and Liam Doyle as the dashing Clarkson and the loveable Dominic Treacy as Caleb.

Tweedy performs an incredible number of costume changes which surely signals a bright future as a dame. Oh he also has his pet iron Keith to give the show extra sparkle.

Baddy Jessica Martin is stunning as Demon Vanity and the gorgeous Hollie Jane Stephens as Joanne all play their hearts out in this family fun pantomime.

The story centres around Piddlyplop Farm, Tweedy's Big Top and the enchanted glade and pool of beauty - all of which are played on a creative and clever set created by the production team.

It is a wonderfully Gloucestershire panto with lots of local references to make the audience giggle.

Audiences will be thrilled by the energy of the cast and by their superb dancing in this wonderful production.

Tweedy and the Good Fairy Glo stayed for photographs with the audience after the panto rounding off a great evening for everyone who came to show.

Mother Goose is playing at the Everyman until Sunday January 7. For more information visit everymantheatre.org.uk