Hull Trains believe in Peter Pan
Hull Truck Theatre is delighted to announce Hull Trains as sponsors of their family Christmas show, Peter Pan. The partnership sees the joining of two nationally recognised Hull companies who want to give something special back to the local community this Christmas time.
The festive period will mark an exciting time for both companies - Hull Trains will launch a new £60m fleet of trains to revolutionise rail journeys from Hull to London, whilst Peter Pan will not only be the theatre’s most ambitious production of the year in terms of size and scale, but is an adventure that all the family can enjoy.
The support from Hull Trains will help Hull Truck Theatre to invite families and young people from areas of Hull who might otherwise be unable to visit the theatre, so that they can experience the joy and magic of Peter Pan this Christmas, without worrying about the cost.
Louise Cheeseman, Managing Director at Hull Trains, said: “We are delighted to strengthen our partnership with Hull Truck Theatre through the sponsorship of Peter Pan. As a company with Hull at its heart, we continue to champion the wonderful things that this city has to offer and the performances that Hull Truck Theatre put on only does good things for the region.
“This partnership is about showing the country that Hull is a great place to live and visit and we are proud to be involved.”
Janthi Mills-Ward, Executive Director at Hull Truck Theatre, said: “As two companies born and based in Hull, this partnership is the perfect collaboration. Support from Hull Trains will enable us to create a ‘First-Class’, ambitious Christmas show that welcomes people of all ages and backgrounds to come together and enjoy this spectacular production over the festive period.”
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