PICTURES: Snow Queen pantomime wows audience in Sudbury
Children and young people from Vikki V’s Theatre Productions wowed the audience at a pantomime of The Snow Queen on Sunday.
Around 150 packed in to the Delphi Centre in Newton Road for the show held in aid of Pot Kiln Primary School.
Theatre company owner Victoria Avery said: “Many of the children who belong to the theatre company go to Pot Kiln, including my own children.We were raising money to buy six gazebos for sports days.
“The show was packed out. I’m very proud of the children as it was a great success.”
The panto was previously held at the Empire Theatre in Halstead and at St Andrew’s Church in Great Cornard, and is due to air again at Pot Kiln Primary School in January.
The theatre group meets at Hedingham Sports and Social Club on Tuesdays between 4.30pm and 6.30pm, and at Pot Kiln Primary School on Thursdays from 6.15pm to 7.10pm.
Victoria added: “We’ll be starting again in January. Anyone is welcome, either as a performer or backstage. We have a fantastic cast who are all very dedicated.
“A lot of people have disabilities. We are all about giving people opportunities and a chance to shine.”