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Top 3 Christmas Shows

It’s the season of theatre! With tourists coming from all over the world to see London in lights, and with new productions being announced more frequently, there is never a better time to go. Theatre shows are also a great way of entertaining the whole family—which is very much what Christmas is all about! We’ve done the rounds for you, and picked our favourite three!

 

Nutcracker

Nutcracker
scrappy annie, Flickr

We know that this isn’t strictly theatre, in fact is very much a ballet, but, nevertheless, The Nutcracker is the epitome of Christmas and has been for years. For the live orchestra and incredibly talented dancers, let alone the stunning visuals of the display, Nutcracker has it all! If you want you and your loved ones to be dazzled this Christmas, the most wonderful thing you can do for yourself is see Nutcracker.

 

 

A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol
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For entertainment that will captivate the whole family, it has to be The Christmas Carol! A true timeless classic that puts even the scroogiest of us in the Christmas spirit, it has all the best elements of theatre. From humour to suspense, magical settings and incredible talent, fall in love with one of the most famous Christmas stories ever.

 

 

Harry Potter and The Cursed Child

Harry Potter and The Cursed Child
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We know that all the Harry Potter films will be televised throughout the Christmas period but the latest instalment of the Harry Potter adventures has taken the theatre world by storm. With dazzling reviews and a magical plot, it is sure to please anyone that sees it—Harry Potter fans or otherwise! That is, if you can get a ticket since the show is in high demand! (But nothing is ever a surer sign of a good production!)

 

If you’re inspired to partake in a production yourself, you might be interested in our Magic Show and Illusionist Class!

Better yet, save some pennies and enjoy a free viewing of eight short films at Tintype Gallery!

Header image: Juan Salmoral, Flickr