Dear Santa promotional image - An illustration of a gift-wrapped Christmas present with a gift tag that reads: 'From Santa'. Either side of the present are circles with blue bows sticking out the top. The one on the left contains text reading 'From the creator of Dear Zoo' and an illustration of the Dear Zoo cover art. In the second circle, text reads: 'Meet Santa; Every child gets a free gift!' Main text at the top of the picture reads: 'Live on stage; Dear Santa; by Rod Campbell'. The background is red with white dots and there is a golden border on each side with winter holly leaves in each corner.

Dear Santa

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Santa is determined to deliver the most fantastic Christmas present to Sarah, but he doesn’t get it right straight away! With the help of his cheeky Elf, he finally settles on something ‘perfect’, just in time for Christmas Eve.

From the author of the well-loved children’s book Dear Zoo, Rod Campbell, comes Dear Santa and it’s LIVE! This show is an ideal introduction to theatre for those aged two and over. The Christmas cheer continues, with the opportunity to meet Santa in his grotto after the show, where every child will receive an extra special gift!

It’s sure to be one Christmas present children and parents alike will never forget. The perfect family show that will be enjoyed by all this Festive Season.


BSL-interpreted performance: Sat 16 December, 11am – interpretation by Sarah Ankers, provided by Complete Communication.

Relaxed performance: Sun 17 December, 11am

‘Magical family treat and a joy to watch.’

Mumsnet

‘Had my 4-year-old captivated from start to finish!’

Time For Tots

‘Very Christmassy. Perfect for my two and three-year-old, they loved it.’

Sophie, Nurse

‘Wonderful show for all ages and a brilliant story.’

Clare, Mother

‘Perfect first-time theatre experience for my two-year-old daughter who loved it!’

Holly, Art Teacher

‘An excellent, enjoyable, and engaging performance’

Emily, Customer Services Agent

‘Family, festive fun with such an important message, which engaging our 3-year-old throughout.’

Danny, Dentist

This performance contains smoke/haze.

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