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Top Family Friendly London Theatre, Shows and Pantomime for Winter 2021  

Did I hear you say festive family friendly shows? Well you’ve come to the right place as we've searched far and wide to bring you our round-up of the top family friendly theatre productions throughout London.

Oh no you didn’t! Oh Yes we did! We have selected the top picks to get you and your little Londoners into festive mode. There’s loads of productions for families to enjoy in London for 2021 and you don’t have to break the bank either as our selections also include wallet friendly picks. Want more up to date events and activities – follow us on Instagram.

Stick Man

The 2008 children’s book written by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler is brought to life in a joyful show from Freckle Productions. Expect laugh out loud moments, loads of audience participation, live music and loads of puppets alongside a visit from Santa, snow machine and more. Read our review of the show here.
When: on until 3rd Jan 2022 
Where: Leicester Square Theatre
How much: tickets start at £19 and can be purchased here.

The Lion King

Celebrate the circle of life this Christmas with the impressive Lion King. The coming of age story is a timeless classic where you can expect lots of adventures in the savannah, elaborate costumes and lots of music and dancing. Recommended for ages 6 and above (and the Lyceum theatre will not let kids under 3 enter).
When: Ongoing
Where: Lyceum Theatre
How much: from £30 more info and booking here. A limited number of seats for each night’s performance will go on sale each day for £20 with Disney Day Seats

Cinderella: The Awesome Truth

Think you know the story of Cinderella? Well, let us introduce Cindy and Ella: the REAL ugly sisters. Cindy wants to be rich and famous and is glued to her phone. Ella’s been practising her kickboxing and just wants to have FUN.  When they meet a Prince who isn’t so charming and a fairy godmother who’s not what she seems, Ella must save her sister from a terrible fate before midnight strikes. With help from an unusually nutty squirrel (SQUEE!), can brave Ella make it in time?  Recommended for ages 5 and above.
When: 12 November – 30 January 2022
Where: Polka Theatre
How much: £10 more info and bookings here.

There May Be a Castle

Based on the book by Piers Torbay, embark on a journey in search of a castle as on a frozen Christmas eve, Mouse Mallory and family are on their way across the snow-white valley to their grandpa’s house.  But they never arrive. Instead, Mouse makes friends with a dinosaur that can change size, a glamorous, but sarcastic horse, and a tone-deaf minstrel who never stops singing! Recommended for ages 7 to 11.
When: 13 November 2021 – 23 January 2022
Where: Little Angel Theatre
How much: £12 children, £14 adults and all tickets for £8 on a Friday. More info and bookings here.

The Princess and the Pea

Set in the Museum of Forgotten Things, three musical curators tell the amazing tale of the museums artefacts including the mystery of a little green pea and how it got there. This one hour of fun is packed with humour and memorable songs, including a romp through every type of princess you can imagine, with hilarious costumes to match. Suitable for ages 3 and above.
When: 13 November 2021
Where: Lyric Hammersmith
How much: £8 more info and booking here.


Disney’s FROZEN – the first Disney animated film to be directed by a woman – is now playing in London’s West End. For the first time in forever, the Theatre Royal Drury Lane has reopened its doors, bringing Elsa and Anna’s story to the stage in this heart-melting theatrical production.With incredible special effects, jaw-dropping scenery, and all the songs you know and love, it’s going to be an unmissable experience that will stay with you long after the curtain falls.
When: ongoing
Where: Theatre Royal Drury Lane
How much: from £20 via the website and you can also buy last minute Day Seats here

The Bolds

The Bolds live in an ordinary house in an ordinary street, and they love to laugh. But there’s one slight difference… They’re hyenas! How long can they keep their beastly secret under their hats? Join Mr and Mrs Bold, Betty and Bobby, as they navigate work, school and friends, all whilst trying to keep up their disguise. With live music, songs and adventures​, this brand new Christmas show revels in the joy of being anything but ordinary. ​
When: 14 November – 31st of December 2021
Where: Unicorn Theatre
How much: from £12 more info and booking here.


Are you ready to join Aladdin, the Genie and their friends and go on a magical carpet ride? Oh yes you are! This festive family panto adventure follows Aladdin on his quest to seek his fortune and find true love.Expect the usual Lyric twist on all of your favourite characters as well as live music, magic lamps, plenty of laughs and a journey to a far away land.
When: 19 November 2021- 2 January 2022
Where: Lyric Hammersmith
How much: from £10 although price does increase with demand. More info and booking here.

The Storm Whale

Noi lives with his Dad and their six cats by the sea. One winter, while his Dad was busy at work, Noi rescued a little whale that washed up on the beach during a storm. There a friendship began that changed their lives forever. Benji Davies’ tender and heart-warming children’s stories of friendship, love and courage are brought to life as one enchanting theatre show. Suitable for ages 4 and above.
When: 19 November 2021 – 30 January 2022
Where: Little Angel Theatre
How much: £12 children, £14 adults and all tickets for £8 on a Friday. More info and bookings here.

The Queen of Hearts

Meet the Knave of Hearts, a bit of a joker who’s in love with the Princess of Diamonds. The only problem is, she’s already got a boyfriend – the Prince of Spades. Maybe the Queen’s secret jam recipe will win her over? But then there’s the King of Clubs who’s also desperate to get his hands on the secret recipe. Relaxed performance on the 3rd of December.
When: 19 November 2021 – 2 January 2022
Where: Greenwich Theatre
How much: £29 with concessions and discounts available more info and bookings here.

The Snowman

The Snowman @ Birmingham Rep Theatre. ©Tristram Kenton

Raymond Briggs’ festive favourite The Snowman continues to entertain generation after generation and this year’s performance from the Birmingham Repertory will transport young Londoners to a wintery wonderland for a festive adventure. Featuring choreography by Robert North, direction by Bill Alexander, design by Ruari Murchison, lighting by Tim Mitchell and timeless music and lyrics by Howard Blake, the production has been seen by audiences of over half a million at the Peacock Theatre.
When: 20 November – 22 January 2022
Where: Peacock Theatre
How much: £18 – £55 more info and bookings here.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Director Marianne Elliott’s ‘life-affirming and unmissable’ (Time) smash-hit production brings Mark Haddon’s best-selling novel to thrilling life on stage. Christopher, fifteen years old, stands beside Mrs Shears’ dead dog. It has been speared with a garden fork, it is seven minutes after midnight and Christopher is under suspicion. He records each fact in the book he is writing to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington. He has an extraordinary brain. Suitable for ages 11 and above.
When: 20 November 2021 – 9 Jan 2022
Where: Wembley Park Theatre
How much:
from £20 more info and bookings here.

The Smeds and The Smoos

Soar into space with this exciting adaptation of the award-winning book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. On a far-off planet, Smeds and Smoos can’t be friends. So when a young Smed and Smoo fall in love and zoom off into space together, how will their families get them back? Suitable for aged 3 and above.
When: 20 & 21 November 2021
Where: Arts depot Finchley
How much: from £9 more info and bookings here.

Jack and the Beanstalk

When happy-go-lucky Jack is tempted into selling his family’s beloved cow for a bag full of magic beans, he finds himself tangled in an adventure of GIANT proportions. Join Jack in this panto journey up an enchanted beanstalk as he tries to outwit a rampaging giant, all with the help of his larger-than-life mum – Dame Trot.
When: 20 November 2021 – 2 January 2022
Where: Hackney Empire
How much: from £10 more info and bookings here.

LOL Surprise Live

This widely anticipated and innovative production, is inviting fans to stand out from the crowd and get runway ready with their favourite dolls. Featuring outrageous choreography, elaborate sets, flawless costumes and brand-new music, the show will be a concert come dance party for the whole family to enjoy. It’s also set to be the first ever family show in the UK to use holograms…or should we say holoGLAMS, alongside other real-life singing & dancing L.O.L. Surprise! Dolls.
When: 23 – 25 November
Where: SSE Arena Wembley
How much: from £19 more info and bookings here.

&Juliet the Musical

Romeo who?! With her bags packed and ready to escape Verona, Juliet recovers from heartbreak in the best way possible… by dancing the night away with her best friends by her side! But when the sparkle fades, the confetti falls and reality catches up, it’s clear that Juliet needs to face her past in order to find her future. Can she reclaim a story that has been written in the stars? Is there really life after Romeo… or could he be worth one more try?
When: ongoing
Where: Shaftesbury Theatre
How much: from £40 more info and bookings here.

The Pirate Queen & The Broken Rainbow Quest

Join Little Supernovas and the famous Pirate Queen, Grace O’Malley, on her quest to uncover the missing colours of the rainbow that will lead her to her pot of gold – Arghhh! Suitable for ages 2 – 5 years.
When: 23 November 2021
Richmond Theatre
How much:
from £10 more info and bookings here.

Ever After – A Mixed Up Fairytale

When Hansel and Gretel are left to fend for themselves in the Wild Woods, a series of events is set in motion, taking the two children on a journey through some of our best loved fairytales. Come and be enchanted by mischievous Princesses, who dance until their shoes are worn out; meet – at least one – wicked stepmother intent on revenge; sympathise with Hansel and Gretel’s father, who searches the forest for a sign of his beloved children; and laugh, boo and hiss at the man with no name.
When: 24 November – 3 January 2021
Where: Rayne Theatre, Chickenshed
How much: from £10 more info and bookings here.

Raymond Briggs’ Father Christmas

Join Santa as he awakes from a dream of sun, sea and sand only to find it is the busiest day of the year: Christmas Eve. Watch as he prepares for his Christmas deliveries, feeds his reindeer and finally takes flight into the snowy night. Back for the show’s 10th anniversary year, Christmas isn’t Christmas without this Lyric family favourite, co-produced with the Olivier Award nominated Pins & Needles Productions. Suitable for under 6s.
When: 24 November – 24 December 2021
Where: Lyric Hammersmith
How much: from £10 more info and bookings here.


This gorgeous, sensory show from the makers of the highly successful, long-running Baby Show returns to delight babies and parents alike this festive season. Share in your baby’s excitement of Christmas Day and all things present-related – including the very best bit: crumpling, rumpling and scrunching that wrapping paper! At the end of the show there is a chance to play and dance together in the space. Suitable for children aged 6 to 18 months only.
When: 26 November – 22 December 2021
Where: Unicorn Theatre
How much: Baby and one adult £12, Baby and two adults £14. More info and booking here.

Red Riding Hood

With something for everyone, pantomimes at Stratford East are constantly praised for turning classic stories on their head and making them relevant for our local community and beyond. And this year’s festive treat, RED RIDING HOOD, promises to continue that legacy as you delve into the deep, dark wood where the red-cloaked heroine soon discovers all is not quite as it seems…
When: 27 November – 31 December 2021
Where: Stratford East
How much: from £10 more info and bookings here.

Big Red Bath

It’s the end of a busy day and it is almost time for bed, and Ben and Bella are in the bath. Come with us on a bubbly, barmy bath time adventure around the world and home again celebrating all things bath time. A quirky, vibrant and humorous adaptation of Julia Jarman and Adrian Reynolds’ popular children’s picture book that blends music, song and humorous character based performances in a unique new take on this much-loved book.
When: 28 November
Where: Artsdepot, Finchley
How much: from £9 more info and bookings here.

A Christmas Carol

Two of Dickens’ closest theatrical companions find themselves trapped in the footlights’ glare. With the rest of the cast stuck on a train, actress Frances Ternan and Dickens’ faithful tour manager George Dolby take on the daunting challenge of portraying over 30 characters. But, who will play Scrooge? Recommended for ages 8 and above.
When: 29 November – 4 December 2021
Where: New Wimbledon Theatre
How much: from £18.15 more info and bookings here.

Peppa Pig Best Day Ever

Get ready for a road-trip full of adventures. From castles to caves, dragons to dinosaurs and ice-creams to muddy puddles – there is something for all of the family and their friends to enjoy, including Miss Rabbit, Mr Bull, Suzy Sheep, Gerald Giraffe and more! Prepare for the brand new Peppa Pig Live show packed full of songs, games and laughter, it really is the best day ever for Peppa Pig fans!
When: 2 December – 2 January 2022
Where: Theatre Royal Haymarket
How much: from £12 more info and booking here.


Packed with all of the traditional panto ingredients audiences expect, Cinderella features laugh-out-loud comedy, stunning scenery, beautiful costumes and plenty of boos and hisses.Join Cinders as she goes from rags to riches, outwits her very ugly sisters and meets her dashing Prince Charming.
When: 3 December 2021 – 2 January 2022
Where: Richmond Theatre
How much: from £13 more info and bookings here.

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast is a touching tale of acceptance and humanity. In this stirring new musical version by Ciaran McConville (The Snow Queen), music and lyrics by Eamonn O’Dwyer (Hansel and Gretel) and directed by Lucy Morrell (Treasure Island), this beloved fairy tale is brought to the stage with toe-tapping songs, heart-warming characters and of course, a touch of festive magic! Recommended for ages 5 and above.
When: 3 December 2021 – 3 January 2022
Rose Theatre, Kingston
How much:
from £15 more info and booking here.

The Little Prince

The audience will join the Little Prince in this live, spoken and sung, stage show as he journeys through the exasperating world of grown-ups, meeting a king who reigns over nothing, a businessman obsessively counting stars and a vain man who craves admiration from all those who pass by. 
When: 4 December 2021
Where: Fireworks Factory, Woolwich
How much: from £10.50 more info and bookings here.


The world-famous puppet, Pinocchio, comes to life in paper form in the Magical Paper Theatre’s new adaptation of this well-known tale. Using the traditional 19th century pop-up book techniques of Victorian toy theatres, the story features over 25 characters, 15 different scenes and special effects, a crankie box and a 15-metre long scroll! Suitable for ages 5 and above.
When: 4, 11 & 12th December 2021
Where: Puppet Barge
How much: £9 for kids and £13 for adults (£10 Concessions) More info and bookings here.

The Snow Queen

Lumi gazes up at the stars and worries about the world. The adults don’t seem to have noticed that the seasons aren’t behaving, or that it hasn’t snowed for years. This is an emergency! So, it’s time to take the issue straight to the top (of the world) and find the Snow Queen she has heard so much about. This vibrant musical re-telling of The Snow Queen is reimagined in an exciting adventure for the whole family. Created sustainably in every possible way by Wrongsemble, suggested for ages 3 and above.
When: 4 December – 31 Deceber 2021
Where: The Albany
How much: £10 more info and bookings here.

The Night Before Christmas

Inspired by Clement Clarke Moore’s much-loved poem, we bring Christmas Eve to life in a new production featuring original music, skilful puppetry and a generous sprinkling of festive magic.  Amber is six and loves reindeers! It’s Christmas Eve but Grandad is being extremely grumpy, and Amber’s favourite snow-globe gets broken. Then her world is turned topsy turvy by a surprise visitor and Amber begins an adventure she will never forget.
When: 4 December 2021 – 16 January 2022
Where: Polka Theatre
How much: £12 more info and bookings here.

Christmas Tales at Chickenshed

We all need a huge sprinkling of magic this year. So make way for this colourful, energetic and vibrant show – that brings the fun and giggles back to the Chickenshed biggest and brightest stage, the Rayne Theatre. With puppets, singing, dancing and some larger-than-life characters, Christmas Tales is guaranteed to entertain the very youngest of audience (and grown-ups too!), leaving everyone happy and merry at this most wonderful time of the year!
When: 4 – 29 December 2021
Where: Rayne Theatre, Chickendshed
How much: £10 more info and bookings here.


Rather than telling one pantomime story, Pantoland at the Palladium entertainment will be a smorgasbord of pantomime traditions. Expect Cinderella, Dick Whittington, Aladdin, Snow White, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Jack and the Beanstalk and The Mother Goose all rolled into one! As well as all the best bits from Palladium pantos over the years, new surprises will be thrown in especially for a panto, make-believe world.
When: 4 December 2021 – 9th January 2022
Where: Palladium
How much: from £25 more info and bookings here.

The Nutcracker on Ice

Discover the story of Clara and her adventures in an enchanting kingdom created by her mother many years before. When Clara enters this magical world, it appears all is not as it should be, and together with the help of the Nutcracker Prince, they must find the key to regain order once again. This production is based around Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker, however the story has been adapted to include scripting and additional “panto style” characters that add warmth and humour to this beloved Christmas classic. Suitable for children aged 2+
When: 6 – 12 December 2021
Where: Alexandra Palace
How much: from £12 more info and booking here.

The Tiger Who Came To Tea

Join the tea-guzzling tiger in this delightful family show; packed with oodles of magic, sing-a-long songs and clumsy chaos. Don’t miss this stunning stage adaptation of the classic tale of teatime mayhem… expect to be surprised! A musical play adapted and directed by David Wood, based on the book by Judith Kerr. Suitable for ages 3 and above.
When: 6 December 2021 – 3 January 2022
Where: Artsdepot, Finchley
How much: from £9 more info and bookings here.

The Ballad of Rudy

In this story Rudy doesn’t have a red nose; rather it’s his talent for music that sets him apart from all the other Reindeer. Meeting new friends including a magical Jazz Penguin, Rudy goes on an adventure that teaches him that life isn’t about following the herd. Featuring jazzy original songs played live with a variety of instruments. Sing the blues with a Polar Bear, jam with the Puffins and beat- box with an Arctic Fox. It all happens at the North Pole Jazz Lounge.
When: 8 December – 12 December 2021
Where: Canada Water Theatre
How much: £10 more info and bookings here.

Christmas Planet Play

Christmas Planet Play will bring Chickenshed’s magical world of sensory learning, wonder and exploration to their biggest and brightest stage, the Rayne Theatre, this December. Featuring the usual musical fun and games, singing, dancing and puppets – along with some special festive surprises – Christmas Planet Play is perfect for babies and toddlers aged 0-3 years. When: 9 – 29 December 2021
Where: Rayne Theatre
How much: £10 for adults and children are free. More info and bookings here.

Beauty and the Beast Panto

The show tells the story of a Prince who is cursed by an Enchantress and turned into a Hairy Beast, will he find true love and reverse the curse? Will village girl Belle be able to see his true heart under his beastly appearance? All will be revealed.
When: 10 December 2021 – 2 January 2022
Ashcroft Theatre, Fairfield Halls, Croydon
How much:
from £27 more info and bookings here.

The Muppet Christmas Carol in Concert

Family favourite The Muppet Christmas Carol will be screened with live orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall as part of the 2021 Christmas season. In this heartwarming Disney movie, Kermit the Frog plays Bob Cratchit, the put-upon clerk of stingy Ebenezer Scrooge (Michael Caine). Gonzo, as Dickens, narrates the story with the help of Rizzo the Rat. The film also features Miss Piggy as Emily Cratchit among others.
When: 11 December
Where: Royal Albert Hall
How much: from £25 more info and bookings here.

The Tiger Lillies Christmas Carol

The trio dissect and reassemble the story that everyone knows to shine a light on the poverty and depravity laid bare on the cold London streets. The world of The Tiger Lillies is dark, peculiar and varied, with moments of deep sadness, cruel black humour and immense beauty. Their songs cover all the dark aspects of life, from prostitution and drug addiction to violence and despair. The music is a mixture of pre-war Berlin cabaret, anarchic opera and gypsy music. Suited for children 14 and above.
When: 14 December – 30 December 2021
Where: Southbank Centre
How much: £18 – £25 more info and booking here.

Five Little Christmas Monkeys

The makers of the smash hit Dogs Don’t do Ballet (Little Angel Theatre) bring the universally popular song Five Little Monkeys to life. Packed with bold, engaging puppets and music from dub reggae and funky rapping to classical ballet. Keep an eye out as unexpected household objects transform into the doctor, warning “NO MORE MONKEYS JUMPING ON THE BED!” Suitable for ages 2 to 6.
When: 14 – 19 December 2021
Where: Park Theatre, Finsbury
How much: £12.50 and children and concessions are £10 per ticket. More info and bookings here.

Three Billy Goats Gruff

Meet Hilly Billy, who likes to climb, Frilly Billy, a total fashionista, and Silly Billy, who’s well…a bit silly really! The Three Billy Goats Gruff is a wonderfully funny and warm-hearted celebration of the classic story starring shy troll and three very hungry goats.
When: 14 – 19 December 2021
Where: Omnibus Theatre, Clapham
How much: £9 or £7 concessions. More info and bookings here.

Breaking the Ice

This playful and light-hearted show is inspired by the true story of an unlikely friendship between a husky and a wild polar bear. Join Filskit Theatre on a journey into the snow where music, shadows and projection will transport you to a place where polar bears and huskies really can be friends. Suitable for ages 2 and above.
When: 15 December – 31 December
Arts Depot, Finchley
How much:
from £9 more info and bookings here.

Here Comes Santa Claus

See the wonder of Christmas unfold in this brand new production for 3-8 year olds featuring plenty of audience interaction, classic Christmas songs and of course the enchanting presence of Santa Claus himself live on stage!
When: 15 December – 24 December 2021
Where: Studio, New Wimbledon Theatre
How much: from £16.50 more info and bookings here.

Circus 1903

Circus 1903 is back in London this Christmas, bringing all the spectacular thrills and daredevil spills of the golden age of the big top. Recommended for ages 3 and above. Check out our review from 2019.
When: 16 December – 2 January 2022
Where: Southbank Centre
How much: from £25 more info and bookings here.

The Muppet Christmas Carol

Start your festive celebrations by joining us for a very special screening of the much-loved classic The Muppet Christmas Carol. Celebrate with the Muppets as they remind us all of the true meaning of Christmas!Proceeds from this fundraising evening will support the Rose Theatre’s diverse programme of drama, cultural and learning opportunities, helping to build a vibrant cultural heart for the community.
When: 16 December 2021
Where: Rose Theatre, Kingston
How much: £8 more info and bookings here.

Mr Shadow’s Christmas Present

Mr. Shadow has a present – but who is it for, and what is inside? Shadows and light, darkness and bright, what will your shadow show you tonight? Be inspired to make your own hand shadows by Mr. Shadow. He will take you on a shadowy Christmas journey as he transforms ordinary things into something magical through the wonder of shadow play. Suitable for ages 3 and above.
When: 18 December – 3 January 2022
Where: Puppet Barge
How much: £9 for children and £13 for adults. More info and bookings here.

The Little Prince

Find out how the Little Prince leaves behind his own tiny asteroid and beloved rose and journeys through the universe, coming face to face with the baffling world of grown-ups! Based on the world-famous story by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Luca Silvestrini’s The Little Prince is winner of the Fantastic for Families’ Best Family Event Award 2020 and was nominated for Best Modern Choreography at the National Dance Awards 2021.
When: 18 December – 24 December 2021
Where: The Place
How much: Adult £14 (concessions £12) and Child £8. More info and bookings here.

The Fir Tree

The Globe Theatre returns to its roots for a magical re-imagining and re-wilding of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale The Fir Tree – the story of Christmas told from the perspective of the tree. ‘What are they doing? Why are they doing it? What will happen next?’ Asked the tree. Bring friends, family, partners, neighbours and with a cup of hot chocolate or mulled wine in hand, join us under the wintry star-lit sky in our glorious wooden ‘O’ for a fireside dose of story, song, candlelight, and hope.
When: 20 – 30 December 2021
Where: The Globe Theatre
How much: from £5 for standing tickets more info and bookings here.

West End Musical Christmas

The ultimate festive celebration for musical theatre fans, featuring all of your favourite Christmas and show-stopping numbers performed by an incredible cast of West End stars, with a live band and dance ensemble.
When: 20 December 2021
Where: Lyric Theatre
How much: £25 more info and bookings here.

The Snowman & Paddington Bear’s First Concert

Now a regular highlight of Christmas in Chelsea, the Mozart Symphony Orchestra returns to Cadogan Hall for its annual performance of the timeless classic, The Snowman, for which the film is shown on the big screen with a live symphony orchestra providing the soundtrack. 12-year-old Alice Mackenzie sings the aria made so famous by Aled Jones: Walking in the Air. Children under 2 do not require a ticket and can share a seat with their adults.
When: 21 December
Cadogan Hall
How much:
from £16 more info and bookings here.

Disney on Ice: Find your hero

Disney On Ice presents Find Your Hero, an adventure filled with tales of heroism from your favourite Disney stories as they dance on ice. Journey alongside some of your favourite Disney characters, sing the night away and marvel at the wonderful costumes. A real treat for the whole family.
When: 22 December 2021 – 2 January 2022
Where: The O2
How much: from £40 more info and booking here.

The Nutcracker

Created exclusively for the Royal Albert Hall, with gorgeous period costumes, stunning lighting, and dazzling projections, this Christmas classic is brought to life by Birmingham Royal Ballet’s world-class dancers and orchestra, the Royal Ballet Sinfonia. Don’t miss your chance to relive the magic of Christmas, as Clara’s toys come to life at the stroke of midnight. Journey through a fantastical winter wonderland of dancing snowflakes to the kingdom of the Sugar Plum Fairy!
When: 28 – 31 December 2021
Where: Royal Albert Hall
How much: from £10 more info and bookings here.

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