Air travellers treated to panto

PUBLISHED: 08:06 05 January 2006 | UPDATED: 20:09 28 May 2010

Panto at the airport

Panto at the airport

CHRISTMAS fliers at Stansted Airport were treated to a free pantomime on Thursday December 29. Passengers waiting in the terminal were entertained by Chaplin s Pantomimes, an energetic three-piece who perform in venues throughout the country. The trio per

CHRISTMAS fliers at Stansted Airport were treated to a free pantomime on Thursday December 29.

Passengers waiting in the terminal were entertained by Chaplin's Pantomimes, an energetic three-piece who perform in venues throughout the country.

The trio performed Goldilocks and the Three Bears on a specially designed set that was just three metres tall and eight metres long.

Generous travellers donated a total of £300 to collections at the event. The money will be given to HCPT, The Pilgrimage Trust, who will use it to send a disabled child on holiday to Lourdes, France, this Easter.

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