Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Playhouse Pantomime seeks a North Tyneside Charity to Support

Blue Genie Entertainment return to the Playhouse in Whitley Bay with Cinderella this year and are on the look out for a local charity to support. Last year, audience generosity led to over £5000 being raised for local charity Out of Sight and this year, producer Gary Tefler would love to raise even more for one lucky North Tyneside charity.

Along with donation buckets at every performance, this year there will be two special opportunities for audience members to have their photograph taken with Cinderella in her coach for a small charitable donation (9th & 10th December at 4:30pm).

Having smashed box office records for a ninth year, this year Blue Genie return with an all-star cast and the much-loved story of Cinderella. North East legend Steve Walls returns for his 8th year and will be joined by Ray Quinn as Prince Charming.

Performances take place between 2 December and 7 January. Tickets are on sale now and priced from £9 for schools or from £15 for family special dates.

How to apply to be the Pantomime's Charity of the Year

Blue Genie and the Playhouse are encouraging registered charities in the North Tyneside area to apply for this opportunity. Simply write to the Playhouse using the address below with a brief explanation as to how you would benefit from the panto's support this year. One charity will be selected on 30 October so apply as quickly as you can. Good luck! 

Pantomime Charity Collection
PLAYHOUSE Whitley Bay 
Marine Ave 
Tyne & Wear
NE26 1LZ


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