Festive shows: Head to the theatre this holiday
The Christmas break is nearly upon us- see what fantastic theatre there is to see around you this year.
See some of the suggestions below:
Regal Theatre, Redruth – Santa Saves Christmas Dec 11 – 12
Join Jack, Dasher the Reindeer, and Pompom the Penguin for this festive, musical, interactive adventure, as they meet Father Christmas at his home in the North Pole and help Santa Save Christmas!
Find out more and book here: www.redruth.merlincinemas.co.uk/regal-theatre
Solomon Brown Memorial Hall – The Mousehole Cat Dec 13 – 31
The black cat is back for 2022!
Book a trip to see Cousin Jack’s Theatre perform their fantastic adaptation of the Antonia Barber Book, The Mousehole Cat.
A show that’s proved popular over the past seven years, this magical tale is bound to brighten up your holiday season.
For more information and to book visit: www.cousinjacks.org
Miracle Theatre’s Sleeping Beauty – St Ives and Falmouth Dec 8 – 31
Get ready for a fantastically original adaptation of the much-loved story of Sleeping Beauty.
Miracle Theatre is transporting audiences back to Cornwall Riviera Holiday Camp in 1959, where this version of the Christmas show is based.
See this fantastic spin on the tale with your family, in St Ives from 8-11 December and at the Princess Pavillions from December 12 – 31.
For more information and to book visit: https://miracletheatre.co.uk/shows/sleeping-beauty/
Hall for Cornwall’s – Treasure Island December 1-31
See Kernow King as Long John Silver in this fantastic adaptation of the family favourite, Treasure Island.
Take a festive trip to Cornwall Playhouse for a swashbuckling bit of family time!
Read more and book here: www.hallforcornwall.co.uk
Theatre to look forward to:
Elf Jr – Kidz R Us St Ives Dec 20 – 30
See this fantastic musical adaptation of the movie Elf, brought to stage by Kidz R Us.
This modern-day holiday classic is on at St Ives Theatre from December 20.
Don’t miss out and book now: https://kidzrus.net/
For more festive family activity ideas, read the Christmas magazine below: