Kays panto is renowned for supporting local charities and this year is no exception. As an additional charity, this year Kays backed The Ian Dymock Memorial Trust; a local charity supporting young people aged between 11 and 18 years of age, living or training within Worcestershire by awarding bursaries or grants to further their training in the disciplines of Dance, Football or Golf.
The Trust is particularly special to Kays Theatre Group as Ian Dymock was a very treasured friend,assisting backstage with many pantos. He was also the father and guiding light to Paula Dymock, the Dance World Cup Winning Principal of Harlequin Stage School and Co-Director of this year’s Kays Panto, Mother Goose which was performed at the Swan Theatre in January 2017.
Alan Thorley met with Kays Theatre Group representatives recently to receive a cheque for £300; proceeds from a raffle held at a dedicated performance of the panto.
Pictured Left to Right:
Cath Skyrme (Vice Chairman, Kays Theatre Group), Alan Thawley (Trustee of the Ian Dymock Memorial Trust), Sue Cassidy (Chairman Kays Theatre Group).
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