THE Alhambra Theatre pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk will open for audiences this Friday.

The show will feature an all-star cast of stage and screen, and audiences can expect to be dazzled with fantastic costumes, live orchestra, spectacular sets & special effects, all with a Wild West Theme.

Fife's favourite dame Billy Mack will be joined onstage by an all star cast, including Scottish Actress Kirsty MacLaren, who has starred in the recent National Theatre of Scotland Olivier award winning play Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour playing the role of Manda.

Mark Hayden, star of The Mousetrap, and National Theatre Play One Man, Two Guvnors will play the role of the villain, while Davie Mckay, star of films Braveheart, Ae Fond Kiss and My Name is Joe, is cast as the Sherriff.

Meanwhile, star of The Dolls Alan Orr is playing the part of Silly Billy with Scottish Actor Craig McDougall taking on the role of Jack.

The Alhambra welcomed over 23,000 patrons through the doors in 2016 for its pantomime Mother McGoose, last year's pantomime.

The show was again produced in-house by the Alhambra Theatre Trust and earned five-star reviews from press, and audiences alike.

Claire Fletcher, PR Manager, for the Alhambra Theatre said: "Jack in the Beanstalk, which this year is set in the Wild West, promises to have a different take on the traditional pantomime.

"Audiences can expect Saloons, Horses, cactuses, and even a nod to President Trump.

"Billy Mack went down a storm last year, with audiences from all over Fife, and beyond. We look forward to welcoming patrons from all over Central Scotland again this year.

"he Alhambra promises that this will be their most spectacular pantomime to date, and is not to be missed."

Jack and the Beanstalk will run at the Alhambra Theatre, from December 8-27. Tickets can be purchased from the Alhambra Theatre on 01383 740384, in person, or by visiting