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PANTOMIME: A hardworking cast of actor/ musicians bring lots of music and comedy to Aladdin, a now traditional rock and roll pantomime.
A great dame in Francis Tucker's Dottie Twanky and worth catching for Steve Simmonds's camp genie Candy Floss and AdamKeat's silly Sergeant Pepper. Today, 10.30amand 2pm, Liverpool Everyman.
Tickets pounds 11/ pounds 14. Until January 12. 0151 709 4776.
Emmerdale's Lisa Riley Lisa Riley (born 1975 in Lancashire) is an English Actress and Television presenter best known for playing the role of Mandy Dingle in the popular television soap opera Emmerdale. and entertainer Syd Little headline in Aladdin, a classic pantomime with good sets, lots of songs and excellent performances. Today, 1.30pm, Southport Theatre.
Tickets pounds 14/ pounds 15. Until January 6. 0870 6077560.
FAMILY: Who Can Save Christmas? is the latest from prolific local musicals writer Anne Dalton, the tale of Vin and Vic Virus who plan to ruin Christmas by destroying Santa's computer, thus halting his toy distribution. It is Auntie Biotics to the rescue - when she can be found.
Today, 2pm, Southport Arts Centre. Tickets pounds 12 (Concessions pounds 8). Until January 5. 01704 540011.
EXHIBITION: Victorian Visions offers 40 original photographs from the Victorian era recording people and places. Today, 10am-5pm, Lady Lever Art Gallery Sunlight Soap magnate, William Hesketh Lever, the first Lord Leverhulme, founded the Lady Lever Art Gallery in 1922 and dedicated it to the memory of his wife.
Set in the attractive garden village of Port Sunlight, Merseyside, England, also created by Lord Lever, the gallery , Port Sunlight. Until March 16. 0151 478 4136.