Preparations for the show are already afoot and we are working together on some brilliant ideas to give audience members a festive theatre trip to remember.
Within the region, Wilson Browne Solicitors cover all areas of Private Client and Commercial law having offices in Northamptonshire and Leicestershire, operating from Northampton, Kettering, Corby, Higham Ferrers, Wellingborough and Leicester, working with individuals and businesses.
The firm employs about 160 people and is committed to supporting local arts, sports and charities. Having been named the Northamptonshire Law Society Large Law Firm Of The Year multiple times, the company is regularly called upon by local media to give insightful commentary regarding important legal matters.
Wayne Jenkins, Business Development & Marketing Director for Wilson Browne, commented “Sponsoring a Christmas production may not seem an obvious thing to do for a law firm – after all, lawyers are often seen as the pantomime villains! In reality, nothing could be further from the truth. At Wilson Browne Solicitors we remain down to earth and friendly: we support local communities at all levels including grass roots sport, school productions, the arts, charities and more. It’s fantastic to be involved in this collaboration and to show our support to both The Core and the people and businesses of Corby”.
Joe Flavin, Director of The Core at Corby Cube added “We are delighted to be working with Wilson Browne this Christmas. The support and goodwill shown by companies like Wilson Browne for the work of The Core goes a huge way towards helping us to put quality family time first for the festive season and we are looking forward to a warm-hearted, fun-filled and madcap show from one of the UK’s best comedy theatre companies”.
New Old Friends (Crimes On The Nile) are creating an exciting new comic re-telling of Swiss Family Robinson for the festive season in Corby running from Friday 6 to Sunday 29 December. Delivered by a cast of just four talented performers, the show will feature stunning ship-wrecks, wonderful wild animals, glorious gags, marvellous machines, stupendous songs and witty wordplay. To find out more about the show and to book tickets click here.