Pantomime fever hit the town of Kesh earlier this month as pupils of Kesh Primary School brought their version of the classic tale of Cinderella to the stage.

From Monday March 11 to Wednesday March 13, the young cast performed the pantomime five times, treating over 1,000 spectators to an exceptional show.

The fun-filled show was enjoyed by all in attendance, with audiences laughing and singing along throughout.

Principal of Kesh Primary School, Jill Parkinson commented on the "overwhelming success" of this year's pantomime. She said: "The cast and crew’s energy, creativity and attention to detail was excellent."

She also noted how the joy of the children who performed was "so evident" and that the interesting plot twists and crowd participation added to the fun.

The performances were attended local community groups, family and friends who commented that the show was, "simply fantastic" and "an unforgettable experience."