PANTO-time is fast approaching again at Climping village hall.
It will be hosting the third of the seasonal entertainments from the Nineveh House Players.
This year’s offering will be Jack and the Beanstalk on January 7, 8 and 9.
Proceeds will again go to the Chestnut Tree House Children’s Hospice at Angmering.
Almost £3,000 has been raised for the hospice by the two previous pantos.
The players are based at the Nineveh House Antiques Centre in Tarrant Street in Arundel.
A spokesman said: “All proceeds will go to the charity as the entire cost of putting on the show is being met in the main by the landlord of Nineveh House, Mark Dallyn, together with members of the cast and the many helpers, along with money raised by the many traders from over a wide area advertising in the programme.”
Trevor Wyatt, Nineveh House’s manager, has written the script, is producing the show and appearing as Billy Muddles.
The other main actors are: Tricia Whelan (Lady Alice Fitzwilliam), Karen Holland (Idle Jack) and Judie Bailey (Desmona de Nasty).
Tickets can be bought at Nineveh House or by phone on 01903 889816.
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