If you're looking for a good laugh then you don't need to look any further than the Rhydycroesau Pantomime.

This is the 41st year that the group have put on a performance – we worked out it was about our fourth or fifth visit – and once again it was a winner from start to finish, which is just what we've come to expect.

This year's story Once Upon a Time in Rhydycroesau was written by one of its own, Tom Evans, and tells the story of a young lad called Jack (played by Tom) who goes off to market with his cow – the aptly named Daisy played by the ever-so-cute Emily and Harry Jones – before being whisked off on an adventure with Prince Charming (Ayla Willman) and Snow White (Bekah Plaisted). The trio have to stop all the bad former characters of Rhydycroesau returning from Weston Rhyn – where else would they be banished to?! – to take over the kingdom.

As always there were plenty of puns, bad jokes (especially from the young Jester played by Alex Jones), innuendos for the adults, a few technical mishaps (which is why we love Rhydycroesau Pantomime so much), great sing-a-longs, and once again Jonathan Walkey made a brilliant panto dame.

The panto has another couple of weekends to go so make sure you get your hands on some tickets £5 adults, £2.50 children, available from Rowanthorn in Old Chapel Court, Oswestry, or by calling 01691 238227.