Jack & The Beanstalk to bring festive cheer to King’s Lynn Corn Exchange this Christmas

Jordan Productions' Jack & The Beanstalk begins at the King's Lynn Corn Exchange this Friday (December 8).

Jordan Productions' Jack & The Beanstalk begins at the King's Lynn Corn Exchange this Friday (December 8).


It’s officially panto season – and Jordan Productions is hoping to have a festive hit with its version of Jack & The Beanstalk this year.

TV and stage actor Ian Reddington – best know for his roles in Eastenders and Coronation Street – stars as the Evil Fleshcreep and Ian Marr, King’s Lynn’s favourite dame, makes a return as Dame Trott at the Corn Exchange from Friday (December 8) to December 31.

Scott Cripps is also back by popular demand as Simple Simon, son of Dame Trott and brother to Jack.

The hero Jack is played by West End star, Rebecca Lisewski and KLFM’s Posh Charles also makes his Corn Exchange return.

An autism-friendly performance takes place on Wednesday December 20 (bookable via box office only) and a signed performance takes place on Wednesday December 27.

Tickets range from £15 to £21.50. For tickets or more information, visit www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk.


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