Mundesley pantomime to help trio of good causes

Mundesley pantomime

Mundesley pantomime - Credit: Archant

The curtain goes up on Mundesley's panto next week.

Aladdin takes to the stage at the Coronation Hall from Tuesday night, and runs until the weekend.

The show features the village's well known comedian Pat Nearney as Widow Twankey with the cast drawn from the local area including children in the all singing all dancing chorus.

The show, laced with plenty of local jokes is directed by Ian Cashmore.

The panto has been taken over by a group of its 'regulars' after the previous organisers, the Friends of the Mundesley Lifeboat stepped aside.

This year proceeds will be distributed between three other very deserving local charities: the village First Responders, the East Anglian Air Ambulance, and Together We Share - a charity fund set up in memory of Trevor Sizer who was himself involved in the Mundesley pantomime on many occasions.

Tickets are on sale from the Corner House Café in Mundesley. £6.50 for adults and £3.50 for under 12's.

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