Even Scrooge would book a panto – here’s why!
A panto can make money for your school.
As an approved supplier of PTA UK we help schools to engage with their community and boost fundraising by providing the key element of a simple formula.
We keep school children thoroughly entertained, safe and engaged with a fabulous Christmas pantomime in your school hall. This frees-up their older relatives, carers and friends to relax and engage in PTA organised fundraising activities nearby.
You’re likely to get better engagement and raise more money when the parents and carers of children at your school are invited to events outside of office hours - and they don’t have to worry about childcare.
Why it's 'WIN, WIN"
The children get to enjoy a top quality pantomime performed by West End professionals. The adults can relax and socialise. The school raises money.
Each year we receive fantastic feedback about our pantomimes. Comments like these:
We can offer you a choice of four great school pantomimes to entertain the children!
There’s our new pantomime Scroogical, as well as the ever-popular Aladdin, Jack and the Beanstalk, or Cinderella options.
Our top tips
We’re always very happy to discuss your ideas but here are a few examples:
· You can sell popcorn and healthy drinks for the children beforehand to create the feel of a ‘live performance movie night’.
· Weekday fundraising activities starting at about 5.45pm work well. After school clubs are usually over, the children have had their tea and most potential guests can get away from work.
· Alternatively, you can book us for a Saturday or Sunday to be a star attraction at your Christmas fair – to improve attendance and lengthen visits.
· We perform to children in the school hall while the PTA offers adults the opportunity to socialise and buy lovely refreshments, food and raffle tickets in another room.
· Children can enjoy one of our pantomimes while the adults enjoy some leisurely shopping at the PTA Christmas fair or auction.
Enquire today. We’re taking pantomime bookings for November, December and January.