THREE local churches are coming together to put on a Christmas pantomime at Birchwood High School.

Hosted on December 2, at Birchwood High School, the Christmas pantomime will see three local churches come together to join forces with 4 Front Theatre to put on the show.

The show, Herald of Herod, is described as fun for all ages, and is not to be missed.

It is also being called a 'pantivity,' which will allow the audience to 'explore the Nativity like never before with plenty of songs, laughs and a very boo-able baddie.'

The pantomime's description reads: "Three peculiar Magi have appeared in the Royal Palace, talking of the birth of a potential rival king.

"The cruel King Herod is keen to unravel this mystery.

"For Harry, the humble herald, this is the chance of a lifetime to embark upon an epic quest and be noticed by the King."

There will be a BSL interpreter available at the show for those who are hard-of-hearing of hearing impaired, too.

Tickets are £5 per adult, and £2.50 per child - with refreshments available as part of the ticket price.

The show will begin at 3pm, with doors open from 2.15pm.

Herald of Herod will be performed at Birchwood High School on Saturday, December 2, at 3pm.

Tickets are available now: