HUNDREDS of people enjoyed the fun and games at Morpeth Theatre Group’s pantomime performances.
The audiences for Goldilocks and the Three Bears at King Edward VI School joined in wholeheartedly with the songs, games and the teddy bears’ picnic.
The shows also had a serious message as the group raised awareness of the work of the NSPCC to more than 700 people.
The NSPCC raffle was won by the Yeoman family, who were very happy with their two tickets to see Peter Kay.
Theatre Group Secretary Alison Starkey said: “We would like to say thank you to everyone involved with Goldilocks and the Three Bears on and off stage and especially to those who came along and supported us and the NSPCC.
“We would like to express our gratitude to Andrew Charlton of BACK Consulting Ltd for inspiring us to support the NSPCC and for organising the star prize. Also, our very kind audiences raised £114.03 in donations on top of the money collected through the raffle.”