NORTHERN Ireland’s leading dairy company, Dale Farm, is getting into the festive spirit after signing up as official ‘dairy godmother’ for the Grand Opera House pantomime - sponsoring the much loved family experience for the second year running.
The locally-owned business, famous for its popular dairy range, including its fresh milk and cream, Spelga yoghurts, Dale Farm ice-cream and Dromona cheese and butter, has re-affirmed its commitment to the pantomime this year, supporting the 84 performances of the enchanting fairy-tale Cinderella, which will run throughout the months of December and January.
Brian Beattie, Dale Farm’s head of marketing, said: “We’re truly delighted to play a starring role in this time-honoured family tradition by supporting the Grand Opera House pantomime for the second year in a row. Visiting the pantomime is a cherished experience for families across Northern Ireland and is the ideal partner for Dale Farm. We have a few surprises in store to help keep our partnership fresh and exciting and we are looking forward to being part of this action-packed event.”
Andrew Hill, Grand Opera House’s chief executive, said: “This year’s pantomime, Cinderella promises to be as spectacular as ever with an excellent cast and fabulous sets. Every good show needs a supporting act and we are delighted to be continuing our partnership with Dale Farm throughout this year’s panto season.”
Cinderella features a first class line up with May McFetteridge, Jayne Wisener, Mark Adamson and Basil Brush taking centre stage. The pantomime will be running at the Grand Opera House from Saturday 8th December 2012 to Sunday 26th January 2013. Visit www.goh.co.uk for tickets and full information.