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It's Christmas Eve, the busiest day of the year in Christmastown and it's time to join some familiar Christmas characters and make some new friends. Jack Frost, Princess Twinkle and the residents of Christmastown excitedly prepare for Santa's arrival, however wicked Queen Glacia has a different idea, as she casts an icy curse on Jack! This winter adventure journeys to the Crystal Cave, through the moonlit forest and into the lavish Royal Palace meeting good-natured goblins, troublesome trolls and magical puppets along the way. Will Jack and his friends save Christmas before Santa arrives?
A big, brilliant, fun-filled festive extravaganza with songs, snow and of course Santa. Bringing this brand new spectacular to life are some of the best-loved names in pre-school television including CBeebies' Andy Day, Katy Ashworth and Cat Sandion, along with Jen Pringle from Milkshake! As well as top children's presenters Naomi Wilkinson and Dave Benson Phillips.
Oink oink - it’s Peppa Pig! Peppa is a playful little piggy who lives with her younger brother George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig. Through everyday adventures she plays games, makes new friends and enjoys her absolute favourite activity - jumping up and down in muddy puddles!
It's a lovely day and Peppa is playing outside with her friends. Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig have got a surprise for her and her younger brother George but no matter how hard they try, they cannot guess what it is. In Peppa Pig's Surprise audiences will enjoy interactive fun, games and, of course, surprises. This charming, colourful new show fea-tures new songs and new life-size puppets. Peppa Pig's Surprise promises to be the perfect theatre show for all pre-schoolers.
With endless meals to prepare, a never ending pile of dishes to wash - not to mention the huge mirror that needs polishing morning, noon and night - life's never easy for the royal servants downstairs at the palace. And why does the Queen keep asking for more apples?
When Barney, a day-dreaming, eight year old falls over the edge into a chalk pit he discovers Stig, a modern day caveman living in a rubbish dump. Thrills, excitement and fun abound as they embark on an original fantasy journey. Making use of everything to improve Stig’s home, this intriguing and touching tale is a wonderful proclamation about friendship, imagination and possibly even recycling. Written in 1963 by Clive King, Stig of the Dump has became a firm favourite amongst readers with several first reading the book in school. It was adapted for television, firstly for ITV in 1981 and later by the BBC in 2002. It continues to be read in schools to support the Literacy Curriculum and, of course, enjoyed by adults approaching it for the very first time.
An enchanting journey into storytelling and shadow play. Are you a spinner of stories, a teller of tales? For 1000 nights, Queen Scheherazade has told her stories of magic and adventure to the King. But now she's run out of ideas and needs help to finish her final story. If you're clever and brave enough, come and meet her in her tent in the palace gardens for an enchanting journey into the world of The Arabian Nights. A Tale to Tell celebrates the rich world of Arabic storytelling, blending English, Arabic and exciting shadow play to tell familiar stories such as Sinbad the Sailor. But this is a performance with a difference, inviting you to step inside to become a part of the story and to help with the telling of a new tale.
Upstairs @ The Carriageworks