NHS staff from Louth County Hospital came together after months of dedicated practice to put on a six-day run of classic pantomime ‘Babes in the Wood’, last week, raising money for charity. The pantomime, which twice sold out its 200-capacity audience at Cordeaux Academy, has been deemed a roaring success.
Director Julie Gracie said: “It’s gone beyond all expectation. The audiences enjoyed it - they have laughed and laughed and laughed!
“Special thanks to Keith Dowse, who did our lighting and sound effects after responding to our advert asking for help.”
The staff raised money for the League of Friends of Louth County Hospital, plus £500 for the Ark animal rescue home.