Out & About | Theatre with children this Festive Season

So now we’ve reached (mid) November we feel it’s okay to start discussing plans for Christmas and with some of the private schools breaking up around the 2nd week of December we thought we’d better get planning…

What better chance to take children to the theatre – the magic of Christmas is often captured on stage with pantomimes, the ballet and Christmas stories so here we’ve come up with a round up of what’s on at the theatre in London this festive season. 

Raymond Briggs’ Father Christmas at The Lyric Hammersmith 18th Nov – 24th Dec. Tickets £10. More information here.

Dick Whittington is on at the New Wimbledon Theatre 9th Dec – 15th Jan. Tickets from £12. More here.

The Snowman at The Peacock Theatre 23rd Nov – 1st Jan from £15, more information can be found here.

The Railway Children at the King’s Cross Theatre  is on until 8th Jan. Tickets are priced from £10-59.50. With a real steam train, children are bound to love it. More info and tickets here.

Cinderella. A Tale of Cinderella Land is on at Putney Arts Theatre from the 14th-22nd Dec. Find out more here. Tickets are priced at £14.00.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar at The Ambassadors theatre 2nd Dec – 7th Jan. Tickets are priced from £12.50-19.50 (£26.60 Premium Seats). Find out more.

Babe The Sheep at The Polka Theatre from 25th Nov – 5th Feb 2017. You can find out more here. Tickets cost £14.50

Disney on ice at the O2 Arena, from 21st-30th Dec.  Disney on Ice is also touring other venues across the UK through out December. From £32.25-£59.80 (this includes booking fee). Find out more here.

Sleeping Beauty at The Richmond Theatre 2nd Dec – 8th Jan. Tickets cost £18.50 – £46.00. Tickets and more here.

Cinderella with a Twist at Chiswick House & Gardens from 16th -31st Dec. Tickets are priced at from £32.14–£47.97. Find out more.

Booking fees/transaction fees may apply.


© pocketnannies 2016

Photo sources:
Babe The Sheep Pig – from West End Wilma here.
The Hungry Caterpillar Show – from the Huffington Post – here.
Raymond Briggs’ Father Christmas – from Children’s Theatre Reviews here.

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