Burradon and Camperdown 
Festive Treat
The Burradon and Camperdown Forum’s Annual Children’s Pantomime was held on Saturday 12 December 2009 at Camperdown Social Club.
The Panto Company Limited performed Dick Whittington to the delight of 138 children and their families.
The Panto Company did not disappoint and its version of Dick Whittington was a fun filled extravaganza with fantastic costumes, great songs and jokes for both children and parents to enjoy.
The Forum wish to express our gratitude to the cast of Dick Whittington for their enthusiasm and professionalism which thrilled the children.
We are also grateful to the Sir James Knott Trust, Greggs Foundation and the Dickinson Dees Charitable Trust for their generosity and the donation of the funds to meet the costs of the pantomime.
The Panto Company Present
Dick Whittington Christmas Pantomime
Saturday 12 December 2009 1pm
Camperdown Social Club

The Panto Company's production of Dick Whittington is a delight for both children and adults. Our hero journeys to London to seek his fortune, accompanied by his faithful cat. But gold soon becomes the least of his worries when he is smitten with Alice Fitzwarren, the Alderman's daughter, and is confronted with the baddest of all pantomime baddies - King Rat!
Join Dick and the gang as he travels to Siam, then returns to face his greatest challenge yet - becoming Lord Mayor of London!
Hold tight – this show travels at a thousand smiles an hour
Tickets are available at the Camperdown Social Club.
Children must be 4-11 years of age and either reside in the village or parents/grandparents are members of Camperdown Social Club.
All children must be accompanied by an adult and supervised during the performance. In the event parents are unable to arrange childcare for younger brothers and sisters, the children will be admitted to the performance.
The children will receive a selection box at the end of the performance and must retain their tickets.
The pantomime was funded with a grant received from the Sir James Knott Trust, Dickinson Dees Solicitors and Greggs Trust and we are extremely grateful to the donors for their generosity.