A Rhiwbina community pantomime has helped raise nearly £4,000 for charity.
Murder In The Wenallt, which was performed to audiences at Canolfan Beulah over the weekend, had originally been scheduled to play in 2020. The Covid pandemic and its subsequent lockdown meant that the show had been put on hold for two years.
Director Anthea Parker told Rhiwbina Living:
“We made £2,500 from the panto this year. We had also sent £1,300 to Tenovus two years ago of prepaid ticket money before it was postponed and so overall, we raised a great total of £3800!
“£500 of this is going to the ‘Mary’s Meals’ charity, a charity suggested by Beulah Church, and supported by them. We’d also like to thank Beulah Church for the use of their wonderful venue and all local businesses who supported us, including Mary from the Deri who made a personal appearance!”