A pantomime group will be holding a number of performances over half term to raise fund for Nightingale House Hospice.
The Wrexham and District Pantomime Company are due to perform Aladdin at the William Aston Hall in Wrexham from today until Friday to help raise money for the hospice and other local causes.
The pantomime company has supported Nightingale House for over 12 years with last year’s production raising £2,500 for the cause.
Margaret Hollings, Fundraising and Events Manager said: “The Income Generation Team at the hospice will once again be supporting this year’s pantomime by going along to enjoy the show and would highly recommend it to everybody. It is a great event for all the family, especially as it takes place in the school half term holidays.
“We are so thankful to everybody at the Wrexham and District Pantomime Company for their continued support. The whole production team are an absolute asset to the Wrexham community, not only in seeking new talent, entertaining the community, but also for supporting such worthy causes such as the hospice.”
Tickets are priced at just £7 for adults and £6 for children and can be purchased from the Butchers Market, or by calling 07760495614.
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