London College of Communication students have again collaborated with Wimbledon College of Arts to produce Christmas pantomime ‘Let’s Talk Christmas’, raising money for international charity BeatBullying. Fda Production for Live Events and Television student Filip Bigos reports.
On 14 November 2013 London College of Communication students from FdA Production for Live Events and Television produced a Christmas pantomime called “Let’s Talk Christmas” at the Wimbledon College of Art Theatre.
The family theatre show was influenced by the popular story ‘A Christmas Carol’ by Charles Dickens. The colourful set was praised by children as well as the adults in the audience.
About 130 attended from the local area, who were entertained by Alex, the great, great, great grandson of Ebenezer Scrooge, as well as the three ghosts called Suzie, Eleanor and Norbert.
The show tackled the message of bullying. Profits were donated to the international charity ‘BeatBullying’, who support children bullied at schools.
The production team would like to thank everyone who helped put the show on, and all who came to support on the night.
Words by Filip Bigos of FdA Production for Live Events and Television.
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