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Sadly it's been years since Santa has visited his Grandma. It's Christmas Eve and all she really wants this year is to see him... She has tried tirelessly to get him home! She has baked his favourite cakes for years, she has searched high and low and this year might be the year she has to give up! With a plan up her sleeve, a bit of help from her silly friend Twinkle Toes and a touch of magic, you never know what might happen around Grandma's house... Pop in to see Grandma this Christmas, she'll give you a treat and you never know who you might meet!
Kick start your Christmas with a light hearted, magical and fun family show that will bring out the excitement in children and adults alike. There will be a meet and greet with the Claus' after the show!
Star of Live at the Apollo and Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow, Kerry appeared as Hannah in Ricky Gervais' sitcom Derek and playing Lacey Turners Mum in Our Girl. You might also have caught her in Miranda, Getting On, Extras, Spoons and Home Time among others.
Mitch Benn is not only one of the most sought after acts on the comedy circuit but is widely acknowledged as one of the best writer/performers of comic songs in the country.
It's been a morbid time for "the country's leading musical satirist" (The Times); he's turned 46 - over the hill by anyone's standards - his personal life is in turmoil, and his childhood heroes are dropping like flies. At times like these, a man feels the Reaper creeping up on him... But is death anything to fear? And is it really the end? (Yes. Yes, it is, sorry!) Mitch confronts his - and YOUR - mortality with hilarious (and tuneful) consequences. Join him! It's time you're not getting back! The 'Now Show' aside, Mitch has recently co-presented with Harry Shearer BBC Radio 2's 'Anatomy of a Guitar' as well performing 'Mitch Benn Is The 37th Beatle' and presenting 'Spank The Plank' both for BBC Radio 4. An occasional series where Mitch takes his unique and quirky look at a few more rock icons has been commissioned by Radio 4.
Someone has seen a wolf. Where did they come from? Someone must be able to do something about them. Otherwise, how will our children get to school? And how will we all get to line dancing in the village hall? This new play from Olivier-nominated playwright Joel Horwood explores just how much wild we're comfortable with.