It’s that time of year again to get out your glass slippers out and darn your wigs. Dust off your sparkly outfits and make sure your choose the right pantomimes to see this Christmas season.

We have your annual round-up of the must see pantomimes and shows around South London. So get ready for jazz hands, hilarious jokes, heroes and villains.

Jack and the Beanstalk at the New Wimbledon Theatre, December 9 to January 14.

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For the first time in 15 years Jack and the Beanstalk will be back at the New Wimbledon Theatre.

Who could forget the enchanting story of the boy who trades his mother's cow for a bag of “magical” beans? Comedian Al Murray is this year's hero fighting the giant to save his land.

The New Wimbledon Theatre will transform into into the fairytale world that Jack and his friends and family inhabit so this is the perfect show to bring your family too and to get them excited for Christmas.

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Aladdin at Richmond Theatre, December 9 to January 14

Join the wild carpet ride that is Aladdin this Christmas with the over-the-top, one of a kind, panto legend Christopher Biggins playing Widow Twankey.

Come along for an adventure of a lifetime as Aladdin and his family take you to magical lands, fighting evil sorcerers, and discovering a lamp full of magical surprises. With a fabulous cast and orchestra it’s would be silly not to join this magical journey with Aladdin and his friends and family.

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarves at Churchill Theatre, Bromley, December 2 to 31

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Eastenders and West End star Jessie Wallace will play the evil stepmother in this years pantomime in Bromley. Jessie is joined by magician Pete Firman and hilarious panto dame Jason Sutton.

Casting spells and poisoning apples Wallace will ask, who is the fairest of them all? This is always a popular pantomime so get your tickets quick.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarves has everything a pantomime needs, a prince, a princess, an evil witch and a hilarious sidekick.

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Read more: EastEnders legend Jessie Wallace can't wait for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at the Churchill Theatre

Cinderella at Greenwich Theatre, November 17 to January 7

The great Andrew Pollard is back with this years Pantomime of Cinderella at Greenwich Theatre.

Cinderella’s evil stepmother and sisters are still causing mayhem as Cinders is cleaning the floors. Get your glass slippers ready for this infamous fairy tale brought to life in Greenwich this Christmas.

Tickets from £14

Cinderella at the Orchard Theatre from Saturday, December 9 until Sunday, December 31

Wandsworth Times: Full cast of the 2017 panto, including Jayne Wisener and Luke Kelly

EastEnders and Corrie star Michelle Collins stars in Dartford this year alongside larger than life dancer hero Louie Spence, who plays Dandini, and told us: "This is the panto of panto, the perfect one. It has everything you can want in Christmas show, it’s my favourite and yes I have done a few!"

Tickets cost from £18

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Read more: It's panto time - here's what former Eastenders and Corrie actress Michelle Collins and Louie Spence had to say about Dartford, Cinderella and Xmas

Scrooge and the Seven Dwarfs, Theatre 503, Battersea, December 6 to January 6.

Returning after 5 star reviews last year Scrooge and the Seven Dwarfs promises to be bigger and better than last year.

Santa sometimes gets too busy over the Christmas season and sometimes he has to ask for more help. In this show, Santa has to ask Scrooge for help. Will Scrooge save the day or ruin it for everyone?

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Jack and the Beanstalk at Waddon Leisure Centre,December 7 to 31

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Croydon’s number one pantomime is back this year and it’s better than ever with Jack and the Beanstalk.

Britain’s Got Talent Finalist, Jonny Awsum and Tattoo Fixers star, Paisley Billings will grace the stage of Waddon Leisure Centre with hilarious jokes and lots of sparkly outfits.

Join the magical land of ‘Croydonia’ this Christmas for all your seasonal fun.

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Cinderella at Epsom Playhouse, December 15 to January 7

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This years pantomime at Epsom Playhouse is the enchanting Cinderella as she lives a double life. This will be a magical pumpkin ride of a show to get you ready for the christmas season.

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Aladdin at the Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells, December 8 to January 3

The Assembly Hall Theatre in Tunbridge Wells this year is pack full of stars to brighten your Christmas. Eastenders star and heartthrob Michael Greco will play the great Abanazar in the classic rags to riches tale. Greco plays alongside, CBBC presenter, Mark Rhodes, will play Aladdin and Britain’s Got Talent star, Jess Robinson, will play the Slave of the Rings.

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