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Family Christmas Shows in London

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The Snowman
Snow Play
The Snail And The Whale: Tall Stories
My Brother The Robot: Tall Stories, at the Roundhouse
The Good Neighbour
The Gruffalo: Tall Stories
My Brother The Robot: Tall Stories
Centrally Heated Knickers
BOING!: Travelling Light & Bristol Old Vic
Dinosaur Zoo
Emil And The Detectives
 

 

There are some wonderfully creative shows for families to enjoy this season. From classic fairytales and modern dramas, through to the utterly ridiculous, there's something to keep everyone entertained. 

 
 

The Gruffalo: Tall Stories

The loveable little mouse returns to the West End.

The Gruffalo: Tall Stories Theatre Company The Gruffalo: Tall Stories Theatre Company The Gruffalo is a classic that kiddies just love and a popular Christmas outing, returning to the London stage for the sixth year running. The loveable little mouse will once again be taking a 'stroll through the deep, dark wood'. Threatened by various predators, a snake, an owl and a gruffalo with ''terrible tusks and terrible claws, and terrible teeth in his terrible jaws'', the mouse outwits them all. The plot is enchanting and is told by Tall Stories with a winning simplicity. The cast of three manage to transform the Lyric Theatre stage with remarkably few props and a host of infectiously catchy songs, not to mention some superb dance routines and non-stop drama. Many of the memorable lines become catchphrases and are repeated throughout the show in a bid to appeal to the innate 'again, again' approach favoured by children. By the end of the show they can raucously join in with their favourite bits. "A fine piece of children's theatre," says The Sunday Times; "Monstrous fun," says The Daily Mail. Recommended for children aged 3+. Book tickets to The Gruffalo today. 2013-11-202014-01-12 Where:
Lyric Shaftesbury Avenue, Shaftesbury Avenue, London London, W1D 7ES
Category: Theatre

Lyric Shaftesbury Avenue, Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho, London, W1D 7ES

Tube: Piccadilly Circus Station, Leicester Square Station

 

Dates: 20th November - 12th January 2014

 

The Gruffalo is a classic that kiddies just love and a popular Christmas outing, returning to the London stage for the sixth year running. The loveable little mouse will once again be taking a 'stroll through the deep, dark wood'. Threatened by various predators, a snake, an owl and a gruffalo with ''terrible tusks and terrible claws, and terrible teeth in his terrible jaws'', the mouse outwits them all. The plot is enchanting and is told by Tall Stories with a winning simplicity. The cast of three manage to transform the Lyric Theatre stage with remarkably few props and a host of infectiously catchy songs, not to mention some superb dance routines and non-stop drama. Many of the memorable lines become catchphrases and are repeated throughout the show in a bid to appeal to the innate 'again, again' approach favoured by children. By the end of the show they can raucously join in with their favourite bits. "A fine piece of children's theatre," says The Sunday Times; "Monstrous fun," says The Daily Mail. Recommended for children aged 3 and above.

 
 
 

Raymond Briggs' Father Christmas

Raymond Briggs' famous Christmas story returns to the Lyric for Chrismas 2013.

Raymond Briggs' Father Christmas Raymond Briggs' Father Christmas Following last year's sell-out success, Raymond Briggs' famous Christmas story returns to the Lyric for Chrismas 2013. Created by the London-born author and illustrator in 1973, Briggs' Father Christmas is as enchanting as it was 40 years ago, portraying Santa as a rather grumpy, discontented figure. In this adaptation presented by Pins and Needles the popular children's tale is told using puppet theatre and live music to create a wonderful seasonal outing for those under 6. Barry McCarthy, who plays the lead as, "a homely, flesh and blood old chap who snores, feels cold, goes to the loo..." (The Stage), reprises his role as Father Christmas.
2013-11-222014-01-04 Where:
Lyric Hammersmith, Lyric Square, 2 King Street, London London, W6 0QA
Category: Theatre

Lyric Hammersmith, Lyric Square, 2 King Street, London, W6 0QA

Tube: Hammersmith Station

 

Dates: 22nd November - 04th January 2014

 

Following last year's sell-out success, Raymond Briggs' famous Christmas story returns to the Lyric for Chrismas 2013. Created by the London-born author and illustrator in 1973, Briggs' Father Christmas is as enchanting as it was 40 years ago, portraying Santa as a rather grumpy, discontented figure. In this adaptation presented by Pins and Needles the popular children's tale is told using puppet theatre and live music to create a wonderful seasonal outing for those under 6. Barry McCarthy, who plays the lead as, "a homely, flesh and blood old chap who snores, feels cold, goes to the loo..." (The Stage), reprises his role as Father Christmas.

 
 
 

Cinderella: A Fairytale

The classic tale of reversed fortunes is modernised, for ages 6 and over.

Cinderella: A Fairytale Cinderella: A Fairytale Nominated for an Olivier Award in 2013, Cinderella: A Fairytale, a co-production from the Unicorn, Travelling Light and the Tobacco Factory Theatre comes to the Unicorn Theatre for Christmas 2013. A rich man's beloved wife dies, and his daughter mourns her with a deep-seated grief in this modern take on the fairy tale, with a script by Adam Beck and direction from Sally Cookson. The girl's father takes on another wife, leading to truly frosty relations and resulting in the girl's only friends being the magical woodland birds.
2013-11-262014-01-05 Where:
Unicorn Theatre, 147 Tooley Street, More London, London London, SE1 2HZ
Category: Theatre

Unicorn Theatre, 147 Tooley Street, More , Bankside, London, SE1 2HZ

Tube: London Bridge Station

 

Dates: 26th November - 05th January 2014

 

Nominated for an Olivier Award in 2013, Cinderella: A Fairytale, a co-production from the Unicorn, Travelling Light and the Tobacco Factory Theatre comes to the Unicorn Theatre for Christmas 2013. A rich man's beloved wife dies, and his daughter mourns her with a deep-seated grief in this modern take on the fairy tale, with a script by Adam Beck and direction from Sally Cookson. The girl's father takes on another wife, leading to truly frosty relations and resulting in the girl's only friends being the magical woodland birds.

 
 
 

The Snowman

Loved by children and adults alike, this festive tale returns for its annual sob-fest.

The Snowman The Snowman The Snowman This staging of Raymond Briggs's The Snowman by Sadlers Wells, suitable for children aged 4 and over, has become a much-loved festive tradition in London. Translating the beautifully-illustrated book to dance, the respected ballet company creates a winter wonderland of a stage show at their West End theatre. This is the theatrical equivalent of going to see Father Christmas except infinitely more spectacular as a young boy's snowman comes to life and the two of them fly across the sky. When Father Christmas does appear it's in a shimmering woodland, surrounded by magical reindeer, dancing penguins and a host of snowy friends. As the first notes of Walking in the Air fill the theatre, the heart-melting factor will not disappoint as awe-struck children (and adults) are mesmerised by the dazzling light show of snow. View our ticket deals for The Snowman.
2013-11-272014-01-05 Where:
Peacock Theatre, Portugal Street, London London, WC2A 2HT
Category: Theatre

Peacock Theatre, Portugal Street, Holborn, London, WC2A 2HT

Tube: Holborn Station, Covent Garden Station, Temple Station

 

Dates: 27th November - 05th January 2014

 

This staging of Raymond Briggs's The Snowman by Sadlers Wells, suitable for children aged 4 and over, has become a much-loved festive tradition in London. Translating the beautifully-illustrated book to dance, the respected ballet company creates a winter wonderland of a stage show at their West End theatre. This is the theatrical equivalent of going to see Father Christmas except infinitely more spectacular as a young boy's snowman comes to life and the two of them fly across the sky. When Father Christmas does appear it's in a shimmering woodland, surrounded by magical reindeer, dancing penguins and a host of snowy friends. As the first notes of Walking in the Air fill the theatre, the heart-melting factor will not disappoint as awe-struck children (and adults) are mesmerised by the dazzling light show of snow.

 
 
 

Dinosaur Zoo

Children aged 3 and above can get up close to amazingly life-like dinosaurs.

Dinosaur Zoo Dinosaur Zoo Following a hugely successful nationwide tour, including a one-month summer season at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, Dinosaur Zoo heads to London's West End for a Christmas run at the Phoenix Theatre. Erth's Dinosaur Zoo, featuring a cast of large-scale Australian dinosaur puppets, brings the amazingly life-like creatures back from extinction through electronics and theatrics. Children aged 3 and above can get up close to the dinosaurs which have been developed in consultation with palaeontologists, so they're as close to the real thing as you can get. Will you be brave enough to get up close to these teeth-gnashing prehistoric creatures? Check our bookings for great theatre deals.
2013-11-272014-01-12 Where:
Phoenix Theatre, Charing Cross Road, London London, WC2H 0JP
Category: Kids Events

Phoenix Theatre, Charing Cross Road, Soho, London, WC2H 0JP

Tube: Tottenham Court Road Station, Leicester Square Station, Covent Garden Station

 

Dates: 27th November - 12th January 2014

 

Following a hugely successful nationwide tour, including a one-month summer season at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, Dinosaur Zoo heads to London's West End for a Christmas run at the Phoenix Theatre. Erth's Dinosaur Zoo, featuring a cast of large-scale Australian dinosaur puppets, brings the amazingly life-like creatures back from extinction through electronics and theatrics. Children aged 3 and above can get up close to the dinosaurs which have been developed in consultation with palaeontologists, so they're as close to the real thing as you can get. Will you be brave enough to get up close to these teeth-gnashing prehistoric creatures?

 
 
 

Emil And The Detectives

The National Theatre presents a brand new family production for the over 7s.

Emil And The Detectives (Over 7s) Emil And The Detectives (Over 7s) The National Theatre's Olivier stage presents a new family production suitable for everyone aged 7 and over in November, Emil and the Detective, which continues the National's recent tradition in family theatre led by War Horse and His Dark Materials. An adventurous version of Erich Kastner's book, the play follows a young boy as he journeys alone through 1920s Berlin. A place full of surprises and danger, Emil soon discovers that he's not alone and despite having his wallet stolen begins to learn the kindness of strangers. London Essentials our great deals on tickets.
2013-11-252014-02-20 Where:
National Theatre: Olivier Theatre, South Bank, London London, SE1 8XZ
Category: Theatre

National Theatre: Olivier Theatre, South Bank, South Bank, London, SE1 8XZ

Tube: Embankment Underground Station

 

Dates: 25th November - 20th February 2014

 

The National Theatre's Olivier stage presents a new family production suitable for everyone aged 7 and over this Christmas, Emil and the Detectives, which continues the National's recent tradition in family theatre led by War Horse and His Dark Materials. An adventurous version of Erich Kastner's book, the play follows a young boy as he journeys alone through 1920s Berlin. A place full of surprises and danger, Emil soon discovers that he's not alone and despite having his wallet stolen begins to learn the kindness of strangers.

 
 
 

Centrally Heated Knickers

Michael Rosen's poems and live music for the over 7s.

Centrally Heated Knickers Centrally Heated Knickers Centrally Heated Knickers takes the book of poems by legendary children's poet Michael Rosen and marries it with live music by the Homemade Orchestra who have dreamed up a sound world to ignite and enthuse children about science. Directed by Tony Graham, former artistic director of the Unicorn Theatre, the show at the Science Museum's IMAX Theatre features original music and promises to take children and their families on a theatrical exploration of everyday science. "Something exciting happens when you create hybrid forms, when you start marrying poetry with music," says Michael Rosen who always manages to make words exciting. Put on your curious goggles for this compelling new production which takes you beyond time and space into worlds of songs, grooves and flights of musical fancy. Ages 7+ 2013-12-052013-12-07 Where:
Science Museum, Exhibition Road, London London, SW7 2DD
Category: Kids Events

Science Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 2DD

Tube: South Kensington Station

 

Dates: 05th - 07th December 2013

 

Centrally Heated Knickers takes the book of poems by legendary children's poet Michael Rosen and marries it with live music by the Homemade Orchestra who have dreamed up a sound world to ignite and enthuse children about science. Directed by Tony Graham, former artistic director of the Unicorn Theatre, the show at the Science Museum's IMAX Theatre features original music and promises to take children and their families on a theatrical exploration of everyday science. "Something exciting happens when you create hybrid forms, when you start marrying poetry with music," says Michael Rosen who always manages to make words exciting. Put on your curious goggles for this compelling new production which takes you beyond time and space into worlds of songs, grooves and flights of musical fancy. Ages 7 and above.

 
 
 

The Good Neighbour

A treasure hunt of epic proportions for 6 to 11 year olds.

The Good Neighbour The Good Neighbour Following the success of The Good Neighbour (nominated for Best Production for Young People in the 2012 Off West End Awards) last year, Battersea Arts Centre's magical, interactive show for 6 to 11 year olds and their families returns this Christmas. Described as a "local-history-themed treasure hunt for children and adults" by Lyn Gardner writing in The Guardian, the show is "a treasure hunt of epic proportions that scares, amuses, excites and challenges" (Telegraph). Younger members of the family (aged 6 to 11) can enjoy an adventure inspired by the local area where they get to meet George Neighbour, the man who became a hero a few days before Christmas over one hundred years ago. An exciting adventure full of festive wonder.


2013-12-062014-01-04 Where:
Battersea Arts Centre (BAC), Lavender Hill, London London, SW11 5TN
Category: Theatre

Battersea Arts Centre (BAC), Lavender Hill, London, SW11 5TN

Tube: Clapham Common Station

 

Dates: 06th December - 04th January 2014

 

Following the success of The Good Neighbour (nominated for Best Production for Young People in the 2012 Off West End Awards) last year, Battersea Arts Centre's magical, interactive show for 6 to 11 year olds and their families returns this Christmas. Described as a "local-history-themed treasure hunt for children and adults" by Lyn Gardner writing in The Guardian, the show is "a treasure hunt of epic proportions that scares, amuses, excites and challenges" (Telegraph). Younger members of the family (aged 6 to 11) can enjoy an adventure inspired by the local area where they get to meet George Neighbour, the man who became a hero a few days before Christmas over one hundred years ago. An exciting adventure full of festive wonder.

 
 
 

How The Whale Became

An enchanting family opera for ages 5 and over.

How The Whale Became How The Whale Became Based on stories from Ted Hughes's popular book for children, The Dreamfighter And Other Creation Tales, this enchanting family opera for ages 5 and over has been composed by Julian Philips and librettist Edward Kemp. The Linbury Studio Theatre will be transformed into a magical world by director Natalie Abrahami and designer Tom Scutt as a diverse ensemble of singers and musicians bring to life witty and irreverent tales. 2013-12-072014-01-04 Where:
Linbury Studio Theatre, Bow Street, Covent Garden, London London, WC2E 9DD
Category: Concerts

Linbury Studio Theatre, Bow Street, Covent Garden, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9DD

Tube: Covent Garden Station, Leicester Square Station

 

Dates: 07th December - 04th January 2014

 

Based on stories from Ted Hughes's popular book for children, The Dreamfighter And Other Creation Tales, this enchanting family opera for ages 5 and over has been composed by Julian Philips and librettist Edward Kemp. The Royal Opera House's Linbury Studio Theatre will be transformed into a magical world by director Natalie Abrahami and designer Tom Scutt as a diverse ensemble of singers and musicians bring to life witty and irreverent tales.

 
 
 

The Elephantom

A charming family tale about a little girl and her ghost-elephant friend.

The Elephantom The Elephantom A tale of a little girl and her ghost-elephant friend, The Elephantom by Ross Collins is a charming family tale. Transferring from the National Theatre's The Shed to the New London Theatre in the West End, the play focuses on a little girl who is at first delighted to have her larger-than-life friend living with her - he makes everything so much fun! However, it doesn't take long before she starts to realise that Elephantoms are simply too big for houses and he starts to get into all sorts of trouble. Through clever puppetry and theatrical ingenuity, Ben Power successfully adapts this story for the stage. The children's show runs in the daytime at the New London Theatre, home of War Horse, from 30th June until 6th September 2014. Suitable for children aged 3 and above.
2014-06-302014-09-06 Where:
New London Theatre, Drury Lane, London London, WC2B 5PW
Category: Theatre

New London Theatre, Drury Lane, South Bank, London, WC2B 5PW

Tube: Holborn Station, Covent Garden Station

 

Dates: 30th June to 6th September 2014

 

A tale of a little girl and her ghost-elephant friend, The Elephantom by Ross Collins is a charming family tale. Running in The Shed throughout the Christmas period, the play focuses on a little girl who is at first delighted to have her larger-than-life friend living with her - he makes everything so much fun! However, it doesn't take long before she starts to realise that Elephantoms are simply too big for houses and he starts to get into all sorts of trouble. Through clever puppetry and theatrical ingenuity, Ben Power successfully adapts this story for the stage.

 
 
 

Snow Play

A showdown between Spring and Winter, Snow Play is ideal for children aged between 3 and 7.

Snow Play (Ages 3-7) Snow Play (Ages 3-7) Following a sell-out run at the Lyric Hammersmith for Christmas 2010 and a run at the Pleasance during the 2011 Edinburgh Festival, Lyngo Theatre's interactive show 'Snow Play' comes to the Bloomsbury Theatre from 10th December 2013 to 11th January 2014. A showdown between Spring and Winter, the show which is ideal for children aged between 3 and 7, asks "What would you do if one year Winter decided to stay and moved into your house?". Snow is guaranteed at this frosty show where Mr Green comes back from holiday to find Mr White in his house. It's interactive so the audience can get involved too, making a snowman and joining in with a massive snowball fight. Fun!
2013-12-102014-01-11 Where:
Bloomsbury Theatre, 15 Gordon Street, London London, WC1H 0AH
Category: Theatre

Bloomsbury Theatre, 15 Gordon Street, Bloomsbury, London, WC1H 0AH

Tube: Euston Square Station, Euston Station, Warren Street Station

 

Dates: 10th December - 11th January 2014

 

Following a sell-out run at the Lyric Hammersmith for Christmas 2010 and a run at the Pleasance during the 2011 Edinburgh Festival, Lyngo Theatre's interactive show 'Snow Play' comes to the Bloomsbury Theatre from 10th December 2013 to 11th January 2014. A showdown between Spring and Winter, the show which is ideal for children aged between 3 and 7, asks "What would you do if one year Winter decided to stay and moved into your house?". Snow is guaranteed at this frosty show where Mr Green comes back from holiday to find Mr White in his house. It's interactive so the audience can get involved too, making a snowman and joining in with a massive snowball fight. Fun!

 
 
 

The Snail And The Whale: Tall Stories

Delightful dramatisation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's picture book.

The Snail And The Whale: Tall Stories The Snail And The Whale: Tall Stories A favourite with young readers, Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's picture book, The Snail and the Whale about an unlikely pairing and an incredible journey, comes to life on stage. In this latest adaptation a father-daughter relationship transforms the book from page to stage. Absent at sea, the father records and recalls his daughter's favourite book so she won't miss him while he's away. It's an enchanting tale, told through music played by the on-stage narrator - an older version of the young girl - on violin, clever use of props and occasional interactive elements. Particular highlights inlcude the volcano and the whale itself. There are interactive parts which children love (she's behind you!) and a penguin 'song' which everyone can join in with. A wonderful stage adaptation which, if possible, improves on an already cherished children's book. Ages 4+. Check out our ticket deals for The Snail and the Whale.

ABOUT TALL STORIES
The live version is brought to the stage by Tall Stories who have already successfully adaptated Donaldson/Scheffler books The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom for the stage. This latest production runs at St James Theatre in London's Victoria for the Christmas period from 10th December 2013 to 5th January 2014, making it one of four productions Tall Stories is staging in London over the Christmas period, the other three being Snow Dragon at Watermans Brentford, My Brother the Robot at the Roundhouse and The Gruffalo at the Lyric Shaftesbury Avenue.
2013-12-102014-01-05 Where:
St James Theatre, 12 Palace Street, London London, SW1E 5JA
Category: Theatre

St James Theatre, 12 Palace Street, Westminster, London, SW1E 5JA

Tube: Victoria Station

 

Dates: 10th December - 05th January 2014

 

A favourite with young readers, Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's picture book, The Snail and the Whale about an unlikely pairing and an incredible journey, comes to life on stage. In this latest adaptation a father-daughter relationship transforms the book from page to stage. Absent at sea, the father records and recalls his daughter's favourite book so she won't miss him while he's away. It's an enchanting tale, told through music played by the on-stage narrator - an older version of the young girl - on violin, clever use of props and occasional interactive elements. Particular highlights inlcude the volcano and the whale itself. There are interactive parts which children love (she's behind you!) and a penguin 'song' which everyone can join in with. A wonderful stage adaptation which, if possible, improves on an already cherished children's book. Ages 4

 
 
 

My Brother The Robot: Tall Stories

A little girl receives an extra special Christmas present from her dad.

My Brother The Robot: Tall Stories (Over 4s) My Brother The Robot: Tall Stories (Over 4s) Based on the story by Toby Mitchell, My Brother The Robot is the latest show from Tall Stories, the Olivier Award nominated company that brought you The Gruffalo, How the Giraffe got its Neck, and Twinkle Twonkle. The story is a timely one as it comes to the Roundhouse Studio Theatre at Christmas, as it follows a little girl called Bobbie who receives an extra special Christmas present from her dad who is an inventor. Bobbie has everything she needs, except someone to play with, so her kind dad builds her a robot little brother. This futuristic story is told through music, storytelling and lots of laughs. Suitable for children aged 4 and over.

2013-12-102014-01-05 Where:
Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London London, NW1 8EH
Category: Theatre

Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8EH

Tube: Chalk Farm Station

 

Dates: 10th December - 05th January 2014

 

Based on the story by Toby Mitchell, My Brother The Robot is the latest show from Tall Stories, the Olivier Award nominated company that brought you The Gruffalo, How the Giraffe got its Neck, and Twinkle Twonkle. The story is a timely one as it comes to the Roundhouse Studio Theatre at Christmas, as it follows a little girl called Bobbie who receives an extra special Christmas present from her dad who is an inventor. Bobbie has everything she needs, except someone to play with, so her kind dad builds her a robot little brother. This futuristic story is told through music, storytelling and lots of laughs. Suitable for children aged 4 and over.

 
 
 

Get Happy: Told By An Idiot

A madcap, mischievous show at the Barbican for children aged 4 and over.

Get Happy: Told By An Idiot (Over 4s) Get Happy: Told By An Idiot (Over 4s) Inventive London theatre company Told by an Idiot has taken inspiration from the work of Charlie Chaplin, Dr Seuss and Pina Bausch for Get Happy, a madcap, mischievous show for younger children aged 4 and over. A festive family outing, the play promises to take audiences on a voyage of discovery through mysterious noises and the strangest egg sandwich you've ever seen. Well known for their clever combining of performance, dance, music and visual comedy, a new show from Told by an Idiot is sure to be a treat.
2013-12-122013-12-29 Where:
Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London London, EC2Y 8DS
Category: Theatre

Barbican Centre, Silk Street, City, London, EC2Y 8DS

Tube: Barbican Station, Moorgate Station

 

Dates: 12th - 29th December 2013

 

Inventive London theatre company Told by an Idiot has taken inspiration from the work of Charlie Chaplin, Dr Seuss and Pina Bausch for Get Happy, a madcap, mischievous show for younger children aged 4 and over. A festive family outing, the play promises to take audiences on a voyage of discovery through mysterious noises and the strangest egg sandwich you've ever seen. Well known for their clever combining of performance, dance, music and visual comedy, a new show from Told by an Idiot is sure to be a treat.

 
 
 

BOING!: Travelling Light & Bristol Old Vic

BOING! captures the delirious excitement of waiting for Santa to arrive, for over 3s.

BOING!: Travelling Light & Bristol Old Vic (Over 3s) BOING!: Travelling Light & Bristol Old Vic (Over 3s) Set on Christmas Eve, BOING! captures the delirious excitement of waiting for Santa to arrive on the most magical night of the year, making it an enchanting family show that everyone over 3 will enjoy. A collaborative dance-theatre work from Travelling Light and Bristol Old Vic, with Champloo founders Wilkie Branson and Joel Daniel performing, transforming their bed into a trampoline, and performing comedic and acrobatic skills, and break-dancing. Children's theatre specialist Sally Cookson directs. 2013-12-202014-01-05 Where:
Sadler's Wells: Lilian Baylis Theatre, Rosebery Avenue, London London, EC1R 4TN
Category: Theatre

Sadler's Wells: Lilian Baylis Theatre, Rosebery Avenue, Clerkenwell, London, EC1R 4TN

Tube: Angel Station

 

Dates: 20th December - 05th January 2014

 

Set on Christmas Eve, BOING! captures the delirious excitement of waiting for Santa to arrive on the most magical night of the year, making it an enchanting family show that everyone over 3 will enjoy. A collaborative dance-theatre work from Travelling Light and Bristol Old Vic, with Champloo founders Wilkie Branson and Joel Daniel performing, transforming their bed into a trampoline, and performing comedic and acrobatic skills, and break-dancing. Children's theatre specialist Sally Cookson directs.