Godalming Borough Hall is offering ‘pay what you can’ tickets for Sleeping Beauty to help more families enjoy the magic of pantomime from December 10 to 26.

Wysch Productions hopes this will help those who would not otherwise be able to attend a panto because of financial restraints.

Producers Charlotte and Nick Wyschna said: “We are delighted to bring back our ‘pay what you can’ tickets. Sleeping Beauty promises to be a magical, laughter-filled show which is a much-needed tonic in the current climate.

“We’re keen to reach those in the local area who could not otherwise manage to attend. Just send us a message via our website, www.GodalmingPanto.com, or telephone the box office on 01483 361101, and we’ll happily sort out your tickets.”

Terms and conditions apply and the offer is subject to availability. No refunds or exchanges are available on pay what you can tickets.

The festive favourite promises spectacular song and dance, colourful costumes and lots of fun and laughs for the whole family.

The professional cast, with countless stage and screen credits, includes Joshua Crossley as Prince Alexander, Hannah Evans as Princess Aurora, Christy Gilbert as Fairy Fashionista, Kevin Hand as King Calico, Joe Hartley as Arachnia and Matthew Peter-Carter as Donna Kebab, with Dexter Greenwood, Elli Hosier and Charlotte Wyschna all as ensemble and understudies.

Sleeping Beauty is directed by Jo Kirkland, choreographed and assistant directed by Charlotte Wyschna, cast by Denise Silvey and produced by Charlotte and Nick Wyschna for Wysch Productions.

Script writer Andrew Pollard has a great passion for pantomime. He has written, directed and played dame in nearly 20 pantomimes for Greenwich Theatre. He is also resident panto writer for the Watford Palace, Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch, and the Mercury Theatre, Colchester, and he has written numerous pantomimes and other shows for theatres across the country.

Standard price tickets cost £23.50. They are £18 for senior citizens, children aged three to 15 and the unemployed. Under-threes are admitted free but must sit on a lap.

Tickets also cost £18 for a relaxed and British Sign Language signed performance on December 17 at 6.30pm. This show will be specifically adapted for those on the autism spectrum, individuals with sensory and communication disorders, those with learning disabilities, people who are deaf or hard of hearing and anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed environment.

To book call 01483 361101 or visit www.GodalmingPanto.com