Big Wooden Horse Theatre presents The Night Before Christmas

Christmas Joy at the Watermans in December

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Exhibitions - Theatre - Dance - Children

Thursday 8 – Friday 23 December
(Performance times vary)
Running Time 50 mins
Children suitability 3-7 years

Tickets: £9 (£8), Family Ticket: £32 (4 tickets, at least 1 person to be an adult)

Fairy Lizzie and Dymotron - The Night Before Christmas (c) Stuart Slavicky 2007.jpg	Fairy Lizzie and Dymotron
Fairy Lizzie and Dymotron (photos (c) Stuary Slavicky)

40 High Street, Brentford, TW8 0DS
Box Office: 020 8232 1010
Open daily 12noon – 9pm

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“Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse...”

Emily looks out of the window - The Night Before Christmas (c) Stuart Slavicky 2007.jpg	Emily looks out of the windowWatermans Christmas show this year is The Night Before Christmas by Big Wooden Horse Theatre. This show based on an American poem, recited on Christmas Eve has captivated audiences wherever it is performed.

It is Christmas Eve and a little girl, Emily (pictured looking out of the window), is far too excited to go to sleep.  As she hugs her teddy and stares out of the window a little mouse called Eddie is hiding in the corner of her room wondering why only humans are allowed to celebrate Christmas. Eddie is now on a mission to search for Father Christmas to ask him why.

Along the way he dodges the family cat, gets directions from the cowardly robot called Dymotron and is given some advice from the magical fairy, Lizzie, on top of the tree.

Will Eddie get an answer? Will Emily get her wish? And what is that funny shaped present waiting to be opened?

Big Wooden Horse Theatre productions are very popular so book your tickets now.

Christmas starts here with this magical festival tale for children and their families with catchy tunes and plenty of audience participation.


November 22, 2011

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