Some of the sponsors, from left, Julie Gladman, Hayhow and Co, James Morgan, of Morgan Trusts and Tax Planning, Andy Lovell, of Fenton Insurance Solutions, and Andrew Masterson, of West Norfolk Gilbert and Sullivan Society. Picture: Matthew Usher

Four King’s Lynn businesses have shown their support for a musical set to entertain audiences and raise money for charity.

Members of West Norfolk Gilbert and Sullivan Society are to perform Iolanthe next month at the town’s Arts Centre.

Last Friday, business representatives gathered to pledge their support.

Sponsored performances will raise money for The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House, thanks to Fenton Insurance Solutions, Macmillan Cancer Support, sponsored by Hayhow and Co, Age UK, supported by Morgan Trusts and Tax Planning and the East Anglian Air Ambulance, sponsored by PIL Membranes Ltd.

Society member Andrew Masterson described Iolanthe as a light comedy opera.

He said: “The society is an institution, we tend to get the older generation, but it would be nice to get some of the younger people to come along to the shows.”

Performances will be at 7.30pm on Thursday, February 1 to Saturday, February 3 when there will also be a 2.30pm matinee.

Tickets cost £14, £12.50 for concessions and £6 for children. See: