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5. The Snow Queen, St Peter’s Church, Marefair, Northampton, December 8
With live music, song and characters to appeal to all ages, this striking adaptation of the classic tale promises to warm hearts. See thisismytheatre.com to book.
6. Comedians and Carols, Kettering Arts Centre, December 11
This family friendly festive treat brings a night of comedy, complete with sing-a-long carols on the big screen, jokes aplenty and seasonal snacks and drinks. Magician Steve Price headlines and Paul Kerensa (pictured) comperes. Visit ketteringartscentre.com to book.
7. Dick Whittington, Royal & Derngate, Northampton, December 9 to January 2
Dick Whittington is the purrrfect pantomime adventure that follows our hero to seek his fame, fortune and happiness in London Town. With help from the magical Fairy Bowbells and his trusty feline friend, what could possibly go wrong? Soap star and Albert Square resident bad boy Ricky Champ will be leading the cast as the dastardly King Rat, while children’s favourite Phil Gallagher (Cbeebies’ Mister Maker) takes the role of the lovable Billy. Dame Dolly will be played by top pantomime dame, the award-winning Bob Golding, and the magical Fairy Bowbells by stage and screen actress Deborah Tracey. Visit www.royalandderngate.co.uk to book.
8. Santa’s Magical Mystery Guest, The Core at Corby Cube, December 8 to 24
With lots of Christmas songs to sing along with and tons of magic and festive cheer, see if Santa can help a lost pirate find his way home in time for the big day. Visit thecorecorby.com to book.