Cramlington Rockets have joined forces with Blagdon Amateur Thespian Society (BATS) to hold an exclusive night at the Panto for all of the Rockets and their friends and family.
The BATS panto has been running for 40 years now and regularly sells out, with all proceeds going to local good causes.
The Rockets takeover is taking place at Cramlington Village Community Centre at 7pm (doors 6:30pm) on Wednesday 24th January, the pantomime this year will be Dick Wittington, the rags to riches story of the boy who set off with his cat to London to find his fortune.
Written and produced by the experienced Michael Harrison & Steve Arnott and performed by local actors, including a familiar face in U14s Photographer, Graham Blair, the night is set to be full of songs and laughter and a great night out for all the family.
With tickets only £5 for concessions and £6 for adults, all proceeds from the night will be donated to the Rockets, meaning you get both a great night out and help the club.
There are only 150 tickets available so pre-booking is strongly advised. Tickets can be booked online via the Rockets ticket website by clicking HERE. No tickets will be issued, simply give your name at the door on the night.
You will also be able to buy RFL Christmas and New Year’s Raffle tickets with a top prize of a trip for two to Edinburgh and other lucky dip prizes including tickets to the Challenge Cup Final, The Super League Grand Final and Magic Weekend.
For more information on the panto or the raffle contact Jeff Ball on email@example.com.
Click HERE to book your tickets today on bookwhen.com/cramlingtonrockets .
Updated 09:26 - 5 Jan 2018 by Jeff Ball