December Theatre Round Up!
Fancy a festive night out? Then why not to pop along to the theatre near you to see one of our Babblers treading the boards!
1. Jessica Martin in Elf the Musical (Dominion Theatre, till 2 Jan)
Embrace the Festive season with a trip to Elf the Musical, starring Jessica Martin as Emily! Join Buddy the Elf in his quest to discover his real identity in New York - catch the trailer here.
2. Alex Gaumond in Into The Woods (Manchester Royal Exchange, till 16 Jan)
Alex stars as The Baker in Sondheim's enchanting musical masterpiece, filled to the brim with a feast of fabled characters. More info here.
3.Golda Rosheuvel in wonder.land (National Theatre, till 30 April)
A new musical by Damon Albarn, based on a classic and given a modern twist - what's not to love! Golda plays Bianca in this trippy new take on Alice in Wonderland. Watch the trailer.
4. Charles Armstrong in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (Birmingham Rep, till 16 Jan)
Charles plays Father Christmas in this family favourite, combining live action and puppetry for a magical night in Narnia! More info here.
5. Michelle Luther in The Night Before Christmas (The Bottle Shop, Bermondsey, till 19 Dec)
A kidnapped elf and some dodgy lightsabers pave the way for a night of anarchy in South London, starring Michelle as a potty-mouthed tart with a heart! Find out more.
6. Paul Kemp in Wendy and Peter Pan (Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon, till 31 Jan)
Do you believe in fairies? Fly to Neverland with Wendy, Peter, Hook, Tink and the Lost Boys for a thrilling adventure for all the family, featuring Paul as Smee. Click here for trailer and show dates.
7. Lena Kaur in Around The World in 80 Days (St James Theatre, till 17 Jan)
Join Phileas Fogg on the adventure of a lifetime! Lena and the cast play over 50 characters in this beloved tale brought to life on the London stage! More info here.
8. Greg Barnett in A Christmas Carol (The Castle, Wellingborough, till 29 Dec)
Greg stars as Scrooge in Dicken's beloved Christmas tale. Packed with songs and jokes and festive shenanigans, spooks and surprises, it’s a tall tale with a truly uplifting message for the festive season. Find out more.