FEE fi fo fum, I smell the blood of an Englishman.

The curtain is about to come up on the RMU Youth Choir's performance of pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk.

Director Melanie March said her favourite part of putting on the performance was seeing it evolve during rehearsals.

"From the very beginning where you've just got some pieces of paper, to bring the show to life and see all the beautiful characters, all the kids in their costumes and how much they grow and learn throughout the whole process is just fantastic," she said.

"(Audiences) can expect a lot of laughs ... a lot of joy.

"It's a very happy, very positive show and the kids just have a ball."

See the show at the RMU Hall on Denison St from 7pm on Friday and Saturday.



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