LETTERS: Christmas memories

Editor:

I have attended the White Rock Playhouse’s Christmas pantomime for over 30 years with my parents, family and friends.

Editor:

I have attended the White Rock Playhouse’s Christmas pantomime for over 30 years with my parents, family and friends.

The last two years I have now been able to share our tradition, as my children are old enough to enjoy cheering for the hero and booing the villian.

This years’s rendition of Babes in the Woods did not disappoint, with a great story, singing, Christmas themes and local humour. As I looked across the seats and saw so many famillies, it was a sheer pleasure that I saw my daughter’s smiling face formulating her own Christmas memories.

Thanks to all that support the White Rock Playhouse and the wonderful gift of memories the performers share with us.

Corey Stock, Surrey

 

 

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