Charity Panto at The Dancehouse
Planning giants Turley to perform charity panto for Mustard Tree in January
Manchester based Planning consultancy Turley has teamed up to tread the boards alongside Gaydio breakfast co-host Emma Goswell; Simon Catterall, known to many as one of The Showbears, as seen on Britain’s Got Talent; and drag queen Lucy Lush, former member of Camp Cooks.
Turley is raising money for local charity Mustard Tree by performing a charity pantomime in January. The performance of Jack and the Beanstalk will take place on Saturday 20 January at the Dancehouse Theatre.
The panto has been written by Turley co-owners and will feature all the elements of a traditional pantomime, with the odd planning joke thrown in for good measure. This could even be the first ever planning inspired pantomime!
Co-owners from across the company have come together to put on the performance, which will include a live band and feature the SoundingOutUK Choir, based in Great Moor.
Electropop duo Gendertronic - consisting of drag queen Lucy Lush and ANTILOU (aka Lou Collins) - will perform a set during the interval and the audience can also look forward to a few surprise guests.
Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Mustard Tree, an inspirational charity which, since 1994, has focussed on tackling both the causes and consequences of poverty.
The pantomime will take place at The Dancehouse Theatre in Manchester for one night only on Saturday 20 January 2018 at 4pm.
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