Aladdin pantomime fun for poorly youngsters at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

Poorly children are set to be given a dose of panto fun.

As part of Starlight Children's Foundation's recently-launched Christmas of Happiness campaign, ill youngsters at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital are set to enjoy a performance of Aladdin on Friday.

The production, which has been created exclusively for the charity by theatre group The Panto Company, is part of an eight-week panto tour, visiting 100 hospitals and hospices across the country.

Emma Dolman, senior nurse at the N&N, said: 'This time of year can be a really difficult time for kids that are stuck in hospitals and hospices and Starlight's pantomime really gives our young patients and their families something to look forward to.'

For more on Starlight Christmas of Happiness, go to www.starlight.org.uk.


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