Wraysbury Players' pantomime is set to be a real family affair.

Snow White includes two sets of twins in the cast - one of whom has a sister in the chorus and the other a brother.

It is also being directed by a mother and daughter team Claire Wood and Ellie Nutt.

The pair first worked together as directors for the Players' production of Cinderella in 2018.

But this year's show will be a swansong for Linda Parkinson, playing the Fairy Wonder Wings. She joined the Players in 1975 and has appeared in more than 120 plays - her favourite role being as the Vicar of Dibley. She and her husband are moving Worcestershire.

Audrey Elliott, 90, will be a member of the Players' front of house team. She is the only standing founder of Wraysbury Players, having formed the group over 52 years ago. She has remained a member throughout those years.

Few will need reminding that Snow White is about a princess heroine who takes refuge in the forest in the home of seven dwarfs to escape her stepmother the wicked queen who wants to be known as the fairest in the land.

The show is being staged at Wraysbury Village Hall from Thursday, January 25 to Saturday, January 25 at 7.30pm, matinee at 2pm on Saturday.

Tickets available on 08007 723614, online at www.wraysburyplayers.co.uk or from Pennyfields or Sai News in Wraysbury High Street.