Robin Hood raises over £1,000 for Charity


Runway Theatre Company are delighted to confirm that our recent pantomime, Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood raised a wonderful £1,028.00 for Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity. The money was collected by a team of volunteers at the end of each of our sold out performances in December. 

Kirsten Sinclair,  Director of Fundraising for Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity has told us that our donation will help fund the a neurosurgical endoscope.

 "The endoscope will be used to help the children who require surgery to their brain or spine including children with brain tumours, cysts and hydrocephalus."

Mr Roddy O'Kane, Consultant Neurosurgeon at the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow continued.

Thank you for your donation which will make a significant difference to the children that we treat. This equipment will allow me and my team to perform minimally invasive, more effective and safer surgery, which will ultimately lead to a better outcome for all of the children that we treat here. 

On behalf of the club, Runway would like to especially thank our audiences who once again donated so generously.