Christmas for families
- Festive Wreath Making (ideal for the whole family)
- Christmas Printmaking
- The Muppet Christmas Carol Film
Saturday 30 November 2019 - Sunday 12 January 2020, Salisbury Playhouse
By Andrew Pollard
Join Robin and his merry band for a fantastic adventure this Christmas. With all the elements of a traditional pantomime – comedy, dance, audience participation, fantastic sets – and familiar songs, you won’t want to miss this year’s Playhouse extravaganza. It’s the perfect treat for all ages.
Robin Hood is written by Andrew Pollard, writer of previous Playhouse pantomimes Beauty and the Beast, Jack and the Beanstalk, Aladdin and Cinderella.
Sales for last year’s production of Beauty and the Beast were record-breaking, so don’t leave it too late to book your tickets!
Thursday 5 December 6pm - 9pm, Salisbury Arts Centre
Get in the festive mood with this fun and relaxed workshop, creating your very own Christmas wreath. With all the goodies supplied, bring your family and friends and enjoy a festive drink and a mince pie too!
Monday 9 – Saturday 28 December
Christmas day is just around the corner and the Tailor of Gloucester is busy working on an extraordinary new coat for the Mayor. But the Tailor is unwell and worried that the coat might not be finished in time for the Mayor’s wedding on Christmas Day. Simpkin, his cat, is too busy chasing mice to help but who knows what might happen on this, the most magical night of the year
The writers behind The Night Before Christmas and Little Robin Redbreast bring another magical musical show to the stage for young children and families this Christmas.
Saturday 14 December, 10am - 12pm and 1pm - 3pm, Salisbury Arts Centre
Create your own unique cards and wrapping paper for friends and family this year. Hand printing using lino and the humble potato and some fun colour blending.
Wednesday 18 December at 2.30pm (in the White Room), Salisbury Arts Centre
The fabulous Muppets band together to teach Scrooge (Michael Caine) the meaning of Christmas in this charming adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic tale.