The theatre firm work with among the most weak communities and the grant will enable them to proceed that work.
Trustee Jeff Gibbs with Norman West from Northumberland Freemasons and Micky McGregor and Harriet Ghost in costume from Blowin’ a Hooley Theatre (Highlights PR)
Submitted by Keith Newman
A brand new grant will allow a neighborhood theatre firm to stage extra Covid-safe efficiency of its newest pantomime
The £3,000 grant was given to the non-profit Blowin’ A Hooley Theatre firm, who work with among the most disadvantaged communities within the North East, by the Northumberland Freemasons.
The pantomime is a part of the businesses ‘Cease Mortgage Sharks’ venture and follows the story of Cinderella as she wants assist from native kids to keep away from being conned by a mortgage shark Fairy Godmother.
The present will elevate consciousness of the risks of unlawful cash lending by means of the leisure of a pantomime for colleges and households in weak areas.
Harriet Ghost from Blowin’ a Hooley was delighted with the £3,000 pledge from the Freemasons: “We’re extraordinarily grateful to Northumberland Freemasons and the Trustees for this beneficiant supply of help.
“It would allow us to achieve many extra younger folks in the neighborhood.”
The theatre firm, which relies in Wallsend, Tyne and Put on obtained partial funding from the Unlawful Cash Lending Crew which allowed them to placed on a small variety of exhibits of ‘Cinderella’s Dilemma. The brand new grant will enable extra performances to happen.
Norman West of the Northumberland Freemasons mentioned: “We’re happy to assist Blowin’ a Hooley ship their essential Christmas message which is able to assist households cope with the issues related to unlawful cash lenders.”
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