On Sunday, October 28, Dumbshow Theatre are due to bring their acclaimed family show Clockheart Boy to Greenwich Theatre for an exclusive, one-off performance, and the Freddie Farmer Foundation is set to receive a special donation of 50 tickets to the sell-out show.

The Freddie Farmer Foundation, was formed in 2011 to raise £250,000 to set up a specialised physiotherapy centre in South East London for children and young people with cerebral palsy and serious mobility problems. The inspiration behind it all is eight-year-old Freddie Farmer who was born at 28 weeks with cerebral palsy, weighing just 2lb 12oz.

Freddie’s mum, Deanne Farmer, said: “It is wonderful that the team at Greenwich Theatre are supporting our campaign in this way. We will be able to use some of the tickets as raffle prizes at one of our fundraising events, but the majority will go to the unsung heroes of our charity. It will be a lovely gesture to thank them for all their hard work & commitment.”

TO FIND OUT MORE visit www.freddiefarmerfoundation.org.uk .