Lochaber Hope panto proves a hit…oh yes, it did!

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Kilmallie Community Centre hosted two performances of the Lochaber Hope panto at the weekend to much delight and laughs from audiences.

Fort William’s Fairytale: A Little Hope showcased local talent and was produced and directed by Stephanie MacKenna and Esme Leitch.

The Fort William-based charity uses the panto as a way of highlighting some of the serious issues people deal with every day in Lochaber, through dance, drama and music.



Tina MacLugash as Lost Voice Girl cracked a few jokes telling tales of her holiday exploits. Photograph: Abrightside Photography.

NO F52 Tina MacLugash