REVIEW: Reydon and Southwold Pantomime Group put on a real show with Robin Hood
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More than 900 people cheered, booed and shouted: 'He's behind you!' at Reydon and Southwold Pantomime Group's production of Robin Hood.
The group, which has put on local pantomimes for 35 years, has a long tradition of donating its profits to charity - and this year will be no different.
Members will decide which charities will get the proceeds of their performance at the annual general meeting in March.
Producer Cath Pickles said: 'Thank you to everyone who came to see Robin Hood and for the unanimous positive feedback we received.
'The cast absolutely threw every bit of energy into the production and the audience reaction made it more than worthwhile.
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'It was a huge team effort, with the backstage and technical teams having incredibly demanding roles that they carried out with precision and passion.
'I could not be more proud of the production and the amazing team that created Robin Hood.'
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The Lowestoft Journal donated £50 to the group to pay for disadvantaged children in the area to have a night out at the pantomime.