PANTO performances in Climping this week will be raising money for Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice.
Nineveh House Players are staging Jack and the Beanstalk at Climping Village Hall, in Crookthorn Lane, from Thursday until Saturday.
To promote the show, the players sang songs from the pantomime at Arundel’s late-night shopping event in December and Daisy the Cow put in an appearance.
The players’ pantomime and musical performances are written and directed by Trevor Wyatt to raise money for the Poling hospice.
A former semi-professional singer and recovering cancer sufferer, Trevor first wrote and directed Aladdin, recruiting stallholders from Arundel business residence Nineveh House who had never been on a stage before and raising more than £1,000.
He has since written and performed another panto and musical evening, raising £1,500 each.
This year’s performance has extended the cast to other businesses in Arundel and Trevor hopes to raise £2,000.
Contact Trevor on 01903 889816 for more information or to book tickets.
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