FRONTIER-themed frolics will give pantomime fans a humorous taste of the wild west.

The village hall in Northmoor, near Witney, is set to come alive to the sound of ‘yeeha’s and a panto horse named Lightning.

The Northmoor Players’ show, called Panto At The OK Corral, is set in America’s old west, and tells the tale of dame Winnie Pegg and the dashing hero Clint Westwood.

Audiences will follow the story of Ms Pegg as she finds herself in a spot of bother with the dastardly Sheriff Smallholding and his sidekicks Butch Casserole and the Suntanned Kid.

Producer Jan Waterfield said: “People can expect western fun and frolics in the good old Northmoor village pantomime style.”

Those wishing to see the play can get into the spirit of things by dressing up in western costumes. Prizes are on offer for the best dressed.

There will also be a raffle and bar, with money raised going to local charities and community groups.

The panto at 7.30pm, from February 3 to 5.

Tickets are £6 for adults and £4 for children aged 14 and under. They are available by calling Mrs Waterfield on 01865 301922.