Cast and stage crew from Rapunzel at the South Holland Centre.

Rapunzel fans help homeless

Charitable panto-goers over Christmas have helped Polka Dot Pantomimes raise more than £1,000 for a homeless charity.

The company’s version of Rapunzel was the panto on over Christmas at the South Holland Centre in Spalding.

A Polka Dot Pantomimes spokesman said: “£1,179.18 was the total amount of donations made by the wonderful audiences who came along to watch Rapunzel at The South Holland Centre in Spalding for our charity of the year, Shelter.”

“Thank you to each and every person who donated to this very worthy charity.”

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