Panto time? ...Oh yes it is!
IT will be a show to remember for youngsters and all those adults who refuse to grow up.
Organisers of this year's Grand Theatre panto say audiences are guaranteed to be hooked by the swashbuckling adventure of Peter Pan.
It will see Jimmy Osmond return to the city for a second time and star along side the dame of all dames Kevin Johns, panto star Liam Mellor, Swansea actress Gemma James as Tinkerbell and local lad Gwydion Rhys as Peter Pan.
Rhys trained at Trinity College in Carmarthen.
Kev said he is delighted to be playing Mrs Smee.
"I love the costume," he said. "I am really looking forward to it.
"Jimmy and I have worked together before and I have known Gemma for many years. I also worked with Liam last year.
"Jimmy wanted to come back this year. It was his choice.
"He loves Swansea. He loves the people and the theatre."
The Swansea Sound DJ said he could not wait for the performances to begin.
"Peter Pan is a big show," he said.
"It stands alone as a show which you can watch any time of the year.
"There are some great musical numbers and this year I will be singing Skyfall.
"I have done Lady Gaga and Beyonce before, but this year I am doing Adele."
Liam, who is playing one of the pirates, said he has a few surprises up his sleeves — but is keeping them close to his chest.
"I am going to be doing a routine that has never been done in panto before," he said. "But I am not going to give anything away!"
Tinkerbell will be played by Gemma, who is originally from Treboeth.
"I found out in March I had got the part, so it has been a long wait," she said.
"I trained at the Grand so it is like a home from home.
"In the show I will be roller skating, so I have brought some new skates. I will be going down to the Gower to practice."
But unlike the rest of the cast, Gwydion is a newcomer at the Grand Theatre.
"This is my first time working in Swansea," he said.
"It is really great because it is close to home for Christmas."
The 24-year-old said he has already been learning the ropes.
"I went to a flying workshop in London on Saturday," he said. "It was really fun and I am really looking forward to doing it again."
Executive producer of the show, Jonathan Kiley, said: "Peter Pan guarantees a treasure chest full of comedy, much seasonal silliness, magnificent scenery, beautiful costumes and stunning flying sequences, all brought magically to life by a terrific cast."
Peter Pan runs from Friday, December 13 to Sunday, January 12. Tickets are available now.