The team at PRG UK are delighted to back supporting a beloved local charity this month – The Mary Stevens Hospice in Stourbridge.
The Mary Stevens Hospice, who have been offering their patients the opportunity to enjoy their lives to the fullest for over 30 years, are putting on their annual Pantomime at Stourbridge Town Hall Theatre. This year’s show, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, takes place over February half term and stars Stevi Ritchie, Bradley Hunt, and an onscreen performance by Beverley Knight as the Magic Mirror.
PRG have supported The Mary Stevens Hospice Pantomime Company for the last 2 years and this year are providing a full lighting package for this year’s show, including Design, Operation, Equipment and crew.
“Working with The Mary Stephens Hospice on their shows is always a good laugh,” says Project Lead Alec Corbett. “It’s nice to see so many friends from local armature dramatic societies who dedicate their time to this charity. COVID put a stop to the many fundraising activities the hospice relies on so it’s exciting to be back supporting them again. Every individual involved should be immensely proud of what they have achieved for such an amazing charity.”
On the ongoing supportive relationship between PRG and The Mary Stevens Hospice, Amanda Bowen, Producer and Head of Fundraising and Lottery at The Mary Stevens Hospice said, "We are extremely grateful to PRG for supporting our fundraising Pantomime once again and for the value it brings to the performance and the sustainability of the hospice. Not only will the fabulous lighting effects wow our audiences, but it will also ensure they will want to return year after year, which will in turn ensure our community has access to the best care should ever they need it.
A baddies appearance, Snow White's solo and the entrance of the pint-sized seven dwarves, just would not be the same without the drama, fun and expectation fantastic stage lighting can bring. As you see, your generosity, time, vision, and expertise, all given to the hospice free of charge, really will make a difference to the lives of our patients, their families and our community, both now and in the future."
We are proud to be back on stage with The Mary Stevens Hospice Pantomime Company and are thrilled to see yet another charming production come to life all in aid of such an excellent and important cause.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs runs at the Stourbridge Town Hall Theatre from 16th – 23rd February 2022. For more information, and to purchase tickets, visit The Mary Stevens Hospice website.