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Lowestoft panto Aladdin supports charity swims

PUBLISHED: 13:12 24 December 2012

Sam Johnson (left) and sam Humphreys (right) who play PC Ping and PC Pong respectively in the Marina Theatre's panto Aladdin,  are supporting the local charity swims. PICTURE: supplied

Sam Johnson (left) and sam Humphreys (right) who play PC Ping and PC Pong respectively in the Marina Theatre's panto Aladdin, are supporting the local charity swims. PICTURE: supplied

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PRODUCERS of Lowestoft's big family pantomime, Aladdin, have given their support to the traditional Christmas Day charity swims taking place in Lowestoft and Southwold by offering anyone taking part a free ticket to see the show at the Marina Theatre.

All those who participate in the swims on Christmas Day this year (tomorrow) can claim their free ticket by bringing their entry form and a photograph to the theatre’s box office to prove they that they have braved the cold north sea.

A spokesman for the pantomime said: “We support a number of charities through the panto each year and thought it would be a nice gesture to reward those braving the cold this Christmas with a free seat.”

Pictured are PC Ping and PC Pong, from Aladdin – actors Sam Johnson and Sam Humphreys – encouraging locals to get in the swim of things!

● For more information please call the box office on 01502 533200.

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